Undergraduate: Current Students

Tulane University BMEN Undergraduate Curriculum

The undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering is built upon a rigorous engineering science foundation that is, in turn, based upon a broad curriculum of natural sciences, mathematics, electives in humanities and social sciences, and design. Although students are encouraged to concentrate their professional electives in a domain of interest in biomedical engineering or medical sciences (for pre-med students), there are no formal "tracks" within the sequence. The undergraduate curriculum is primarily designed to prepare our undergraduates for advanced study. More than two-thirds of our BMEN graduates continue on to graduate or professional training after graduation from Tulane. We have a philosophy of 'rigorous breadth' in biomedical engineering which can best be characterized by the undergraduate curriculum described below.

Undergraduate Class Advisors

Every student who declares a major in Biomedical Engineering is partnered with two faculty academic advisors, who are always full-time members of the Biomedical Engineering faculty. Your faculty advisors are the best source of information about elective choices and career pathways in the field. Your faculty advisors will retain that role throughout your undergraduate career.

Dr. Lars Gilbertson
 is currently Director of Undergraduate Studies

Class of 2017

Dr. AndersonDr. Khismatullin

Class of 2018

Dr. MillerDr. Murfee

Class of 2019

Dr. BrownDr. Moore

Class of 2020

Dr. Bayer,  Dr. Gaver

Information for Undergraduate Students

Student Handbook

Tulane Course Listing    (Scroll down to Biomedical Engineering in the "Course Subject Area" window.)

Course listings are updated during the first week of classes for each semester, or as classes are added/deleted from the catalog. Up-to-the-minute listings and additional registration information is available from the Office of the Tulane University Registrar.


Major/Minor Declaration Form

Lindy Boggs Center Suite 500, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5897