Undergraduate Curriculum Information

Yale’s Biomedical Engineering program offers the B.S. in Biomedical Engineering degree which prepares students for graduate studies in engineering and medicine, as well as careers in the Biomedical Engineering industry and other fields.

Examples of typical course sequences for the Class of 2014 and subsequent classes are presented below. Consultation with the program’s Director of Undergraduate Studies is expected to ensure the correct courses are taken by each enrolled student.  For a list of frequently offered courses in Biomedical Engineering, click here.

The Yale College requirements for the B.A. and B.S. degrees can be found here.  The specific Biomedical Engineering degree requirements are detailed here

B.S. in Biomedical Engineering Typical Course Sequence

Course Sequence for students with one year of Calculus, for the Class of 2014 and subsequent classes

This program requires 11 technical term courses beyond the 10 prerequisite courses (MATH 112, MATH 115, ENAS 151 (or MATH 120), ENAS 194, PHYS 180, PHYS 181, PHYS 205, PHYS 206, CHEM 112 (or CHEM 114 or CHEM 118), and BIOL 101/102).

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B.S. in Biomedical Engineering Typical Course Sequence

Course Sequence for students who start with MATH 112, for the Class of 2014 and subsequent classes

This program requires 11 technical term courses beyond the 10 prerequisite courses (MATH 112, MATH 115, ENAS 151 (or MATH 120), ENAS 194, PHYS 180, PHYS 181, PHYS 205, PHYS 206, CHEM 112 (or CHEM 114 or CHEM 118), and BIOL 101/102).

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