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Why Biomedical Engineering at the University of Hartford?

  • The Faculty Member's #1 Responsibility is Teaching. Classes are NOT taught by graduate assistants.
  • Pre-Medicine Option
  • Small Classes!
  • Full Service University - Minors are available in other engineering disciplines, the sciences, technical writing, liberal arts, languages and business.
  • Breadth and Depth equal to the more traditional programs in Civil, Chemical, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. For example, Biomechanics requires prerequisites of Statics, Dynamics, and Mechanics of Materials (in addition to Calculus and Physics) and Biofluids requires a Thermo/Fluids Course. Biomechanics, Biofluids and Biomedical Engineering Materials are separate courses, They are not combined into a single introductory overview course.
  • Opportunity for Internships
  • Biomed Club
  • Within Fifteen Minutes of Three Major Hospitals
  • Honors Program
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