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Oct. 3, 2022 | All FGCU classes, including online modalities, as well as non-essential campus activities are cancelled through Sunday, Oct. 9. We return to normal operations Monday, Oct. 10, and full details on the calendar will be announced Tuesday, Oct. 4. It remains vital to our success that we hear from ALL students, faculty and staff so we can assess needs and move forward with reopening campus. Call the FGCU Storm Recovery Call Center at (239) 310-5398 or complete the self check-in survey as soon as possible.

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Bioengineering (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering at Florida Gulf Coast University emphasizes the application of new technology to biomaterials, biomechanics, and biomedical tools and procedures.

Students learn how to solve problems associated with interactions between living and non-living materials and systems. With the addition of an additional 4-credit general biology course, graduates will also meet the prerequisite requirements of most medical schools.

The mission of the B.S. Bioengineering degree program is to:

  • Deliver graduates with a high-quality education in engineering and the life and physical sciences who are well prepared for careers in a variety of environments, including the medical device industry, health care, and biotechnology
  • Prepare graduates to be valued contributors in their chosen fields, as well as for further graduate study and professional training
  • Provide an entrepreneurial and service oriented environment and curriculum that values diversity, professionalism, and collaboration across multiple disciplines

 

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Undergraduate students have multiple opportunities throughout their academic journey to get involved in engineering projects, research and student organizations.

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Bioengineering Faculty/Staff

Associate Professor
HE 0314
Associate Professor
HE 0309
Associate Professor
HE 0313
Visiting Assistant Professor
HE 0126A
Adjunct, College of Engineering

 

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