The undergraduate certificate in Biomedical Engineering offers students an opportunity to obtain academic training in a rapidly developing field of study and complement their primary majors. Students in the certificate program must fulfill the requirements for an undergraduate degree and also meet the additional requirements of the certificate program. It is designed to introduce biomedical engineering and enhance skills in engineering and science. The certificate provides a strong foundation in biomedical engineering life sciences within the clinical environment. Through proper advising, students take classes that will count toward the certificate and major requirements. A total of 15 credits is required for the certificate program.