Degree Plans and Requirements

As a biomedical engineer, you can make a real difference in the lives of others. Imagine hospitals operating without X-rays, ultrasound, EKGs and the thousands of other high-tech procedures and devices that diagnose conditions, sustain health and fight disease. Outside the world of medicine, biomedical engineers contribute to the health of our planet by developing better technology in the fields of agriculture and environmental science.

Undergraduate Areas of Study for Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Advising

Learn more about Biomedical Engineering at the Cockrell School

Learn more about Biomedical Engineering

BME 2010–12 General Curriculum

Download a printable PDF of the BME 2010-12 general curriculum .

Engineering Student Services

Contact Engineering Student Services (ESS) for answers about policies, procedures, support services and programs.

Location: Engineering Education and Research Center (EER), 2.848 
Street Address: 2501 Speedway
Phone: 512-471-4321
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-5 p.m


Non-Technical Requirements

Core Curriculum

The degree plan of every undergraduate student at The University of Texas at Austin includes three components: core curriculum requirements, major requirements and electives. Find the core curriculum requirements that apply to your degree online.

G4: Scheduling for Graduation

G4 module

G4 focuses on degree requirements and time-related issues that surround courses to assist students in scheduling for graduation. Read more

Departments & Programs

Learn more about the Cockrell School's seven top ranked departments that offer bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in a variety of engineering disciplines.

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