Undergraduate Studies

A bachelor's degree in bioengineering from UIC prepares men and women for a variety of occupations, graduate programs, and professional programs. Students complete a challenging selection of courses chosen to provide a broad understanding of engineering and biology. Opportunities for independent study are common, and each senior participates in a one year senior design project.

Getting Started

Undergraduate Admissions - info on how to apply to the college of engineering
Frequently Asked Questions - everything you need to know
Undergraduate Catalog - most recent info on bioe courses
Undergraduate Advising - required each term to register for courses
UIC Preview Days - Open House

BS/MS Track - begin research as undergrad and jump start in MS program
Pre - Med - and other pre-professional studies

Senior Design

Senior Design homepage - info about senior design course
Bioe396/397 vs IPD - explanation of options
EXPO - annual Senior Design Competition

Degree Requirements

Students entering Fall 12 or Later
Degree Requirements
Curriculum Flowchart[PDF]
Concentration Area Elective Form
Students entering Fall 10 to Spring 12
Degree Requirements
Curriculum Flowchart
Concentration Area Elective Form
Students entering Fall 07 to Spring 10
Degree Requirements
Curriculum Flowchart
Concentration Area Elective Form
Students entering Fall 06 to Spring 07
Degree Requirements
Curriculum Flowchart
Concentration Area Elective Form
Students entering Fall 03 to Spring 06
Degree Requirements
Curriculum Flowchart
Concentration Area Elective Form
Typical Concentration Area Elective Courses for Neural Engineering

Typical Concentration Area Elective Courses for Cell & Tissue Engineering

Typical Concentration Area Elective Courses for Bioinformatics

Concentration Areas

Fall 06 to Present students MUST choose one

Bioinformatics
Cell & Tissue Engineering
Neural Engineering

 
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