“BME provides a broad pathway for students to pursue a variety of post-graduate opportunities in academia and industry”An undergraduate student at UNIST must major two specialties (tracks) during their study. As one of the two tracks in the School of Life Sciences, Biomedical Engineering (BME) aims to improve human health by applying advanced engineering principles and state-of-the-art scientific methods to fundamental biological questions as well as medical problems, such as disease diagnostics, health monitoring, treatment, and therapy.
To train creative leaders in biomedical engineering, BME offers top-notch interdisciplinary research and education programs.
Since BME is interdisciplinary in nature, we offer a number of courses directly through BME as well as through other tracks and schools. Please refer to the Courses page for the list of classes for undergraduate students in BME track.
See the following pages for more details.