Introduction to Biomedical Engineering at Purdue: ENGR 131 Presentation

The ENGR 131 course at Purdue gives First-Year Engineering students an opportunity to explore engineering careers and majors at Purdue. Representatives of the Weldon School are invited to give an overview of biomedical engineering at Purdue and are often asked for copies of the presentation after class.

Here is a copy of the Introduction to Biomedical Engineering at Purdue presentation. The information covered in this presentation is also available in more detail on our website. You can learn more about each topic covered on each slide of the presentation on the following webpages:

 

Slide 1: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering at Purdue

Presenters:

Andrew Brightman, Assistant School Head

Jeremy Hall, Associate Director of Undergraduate Programs

Jana Castellanos, Academic Advisor

Slide 2:  Weldon's Areas of Excellence

Research at the Weldon School is focused in five Areas of Excellence

Slide 3: Why is our BME program unique?

Why Choose the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Program?

Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Ambassadors

Slide 4: What are BME students doing NOW?

Industrial Co-Ops

Industrial Internships

Study Abroad

SURF Research

Summer Courses

EPICS

Slide 5: BME Internship/Co-Op

Industrial Internships

Industrial Co-Ops

Slides 6-7: What can I do with a BME degree?

Is Biomedical Engineering a Career For You?

Slide 8: New Developments in...Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Slides 9-11: BME Plan of Study

Plan of Study (students starting on or after Fall 2013)

Slide 12: BME Admission

Enrollment Management Policy for FYE Students Transferring to Professional Engineering Schools/Programs

Slide 13: BME is Growing in Size!

Why Choose the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Program?

Slide 14: In Summary...

Why Choose the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Program?

Slides 15-16: Questions about BME?

Academic Advising

Building Tours: We provide daily building tours of the Martin C. Jischke Hall of Biomedical Engineering (MJIS 1021) Monday through Friday at 1:30 PM while school is in session. No appointment is necessary for student-led tours.

Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering website