Engineering class


Biomedical engineering undergraduates make up approximately 28 percent of the nearly 1,000 College of Engineering undergraduate students. There are approximately 80-90 biomedical engineering graduate students studying at the master's and doctoral levels.

Biomedical engineering students at Marquette have access to resources on and off campus through collaboration with institutions such as the Medical College of Wisconsin. The department has unique laboratory capabilities, including CT microfocal imaging, biotelemetry, telerehabilitation and neurorehabilitation robots.


Individualized attention with a focus on the bigger picture. Marquette's Biomedical Engineering Department prepares today's students to be tomorrow's leaders. They graduate with real-world experience, industry contacts and the skills needed to Be The Difference in the lives of others.

Marquette's Biomedical Engineering Department offers the BSBE degree in Biomedical Engineering. Within this one degree, there are three major options: Biocomputing, Bioelectronics, and Biomechanics. Additionally, the department offers degrees at the master's and doctoral levels.

Undergraduate Program objectives, outcomes, and data


Graduate degree programs

Brian Schmit, Ph.D.
Professor & Director of Graduate Studies

The following degree programs are offered:

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College of Engineering
1515 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Dean's office: (414) 288-6591
Prospective students: (414) 288-7302
Academic Advising Center: (414) 288-6000
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