Engineering-Biomedical Engineering (AS)
Associate of Science Transfer
About This Degree
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Engineering is all about developing sound problem-solving techniques. The laboratory is your practice ground as you develop the skills.
Biomedical Engineering apply engineering principles to the understanding and solution of medical problems. Biomedical Engineers are involved in research and development in all areas of medicine, instruments, devices, and software.
Biomedical Engineers work in areas such as artificial organs, automated patient monitoring, blooding chemistry sensors, medical imaging systems and so much more.
The VU Advantage
Vincennes University offers an excellent start toward a baccalaureate degree in Biomedical Engineering. The program is designed to transfer to Purdue University and requires high-level mathematics proficiency as well as completion of basic physics, chemistry, and engineering courses.
Advantages to beginning your studies at VU include:
Hands-on laboratory experience.
The nurturing of fundamental skills designed to prepare you for advanced study.
Access to laboratory equipment normally reserved for students at the junior or senior level.
Lab sections are taught by the same faculty who teach the lecture sections, ensuring consistent instruction and letting you build close relationships with professors.