- Academic Advising: The academic programs office has a dedicated academic advisor and undergraduate programs assistant director who focus on assisting you in reaching your academic and personal goals.
- Why a Career in Biomedical Engineering?: Training to be a Purdue biomedical engineer requires engineering science, analysis, and design knowledge and skills applied within the context of biological and medical conditions in order to improve human health. Check out what our students have to say in our Student Spotlights.
- First Year Engineering Students interested in BME: Specific information about the Transition to Major process and suggested coursework for admitted FYE students.
- Experiential Learning: Opportunities abound to enhance your education: conduct research with faculty in one of our signature areas, gain experience through a Weldon internship or co-op program, or study abroad.
- Student Organizations: Enrich your BME experience through participation in a BME related student organization, or through one of Purdue’s 900 organizations.
- Martin C. Jischke Hall of Biomedical Engineering: Our students enjoy the contemporary, state-of-the-art building that houses BME undergraduate classrooms and research laboratories, media rooms, and faculty, staff, and student services offices. We also 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.
- EAC ABET Accredited: the B.S. BME program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET. To learn more about what we are preparing you to accomplish within the first few years after graduation check out the Weldon School's Program Educational Objectives.
If you think you have what it takes to be a Purdue biomedical engineer, check out the Transition to Major Process for all First-Year Engineering students.