bioengineering

  1. Karrarhsepe

    Which school is better for Pre-Med: UCSD, University of Washington, UT Austin

    I have been accepted into UTA and UW so far. I am finding it difficult to choose a college. At the moment, I am drawn to the atmosphere and social life at UT, but I am also drawn to the academic rigor and ranking of UW for pre-med. I've heard that UCSD and UW are socially dead? Is that true? I...
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    Should I make the undergrad lab switch?

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    Designing a major called Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering

    Hi guys, New to the forums but I've been lurking in the backround for a while! I had a question regarding a major called Cellular and Biomolecular engineering, which I am designing in the engineering school at my institution. The curriculum will draw from BioE, ChemE, and Biochemistry and...
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    Do The Classes From my BME major count as Bioengineering or Biomedical Sciences?

    Hey guys, I took Biomedical Engineering at the University of Miami, and these are the specific courses that I took:https://umshare.miami.edu/web/wda/engineeringfiles/BME/courseseq/2012/BMEPREQ.pdf Out of these, I know for sure that all the pre-reqs will count, i.e. Chem I/II, Bio I/II, Physics...
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    Which of my Biomedical Engineering Classes Count Towards the Science GPA?

    Hey guys, I took Biomedical Engineering at the University of Miami, and these are the specific courses that I took: https://umshare.miami.edu/web/wda/engineeringfiles/BME/courseseq/2012/BMEPREQ.pdf Out of these, I know for sure that all the pre-reqs will count, i.e. Chem I/II, Bio I/II...
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    Community College Student Needs Advice on Pursing Engineering and Medicine

    Hi. I have had this question on my mind for a while now and have been pondering it since I've began considering medicine as a possible career: How do I successfully prep myself to be a competitive medical school applicant while pursuing an engineering degree for undergraduate study? I am...
  7. floured

    Engineering to med school

    Hi all, thanks for taking the time to read through this. I have a strange background, and I am wondering what is the best path for me to take. I am an engineering student at a top 10 engineering school. I have also done 3 years of biomedical research and I am applying to medical school this...
  8. SiriusObserver

    Where To Transfer? UW Madison or UCSD?

    Hi everybody. I'm fairly new to SDN and am turning to you guys to help me make a big decision. I was recently admitted into both UW Madison and UCSD as a transfer student from a two-year UW college. As a premed, I feel like this is an important decision, but I know some will agree and some will...
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    UC Berkeley Bioengineering Premed vs. UCSD NanoEngineering Premed

    I was just notified I was admitted to Cal as a CC transfer into their Bioengineering program. Being also admitted to UCSD, I like the idea of transferring into the NanoE department and majoring in NanoEngineering if I attend. This is a very tough decision for me, since I like the reputation that...
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    UC Berkeley Bioengineering Premed vs. UCSD NanoEngineering Premed

    I was just notified I was admitted to Cal as a CC transfer into their Bioengineering program. Being also admitted to UCSD, I like the idea of transferring into the NanoE department and majoring in NanoEngineering if I attend. This is a very tough decision for me, since I like the reputation that...
  11. RayitoLX

    Post-Bac Bioengineering Research & Schools

    Hi everyone! First post, hoping to feel welcome here. I am currently a senior graduating with degrees in EE and physics, and I will be applying for MD/PhD programs this June. Because of the timeline, this means I will be looking and applying to year-long experiences in research for 2016-2017...
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    Bioengineering in dentistry?

    Hi so I have got a burning question that I've needed to make a decision on for quite a while. I'm aiming to do predentistry and need to pick a major. If I do bio/biochem I could potentially grauduate in 3/3.5 years before applying to dental school and that's something that is appealing to me. On...
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    Bioengineering in dentistry

    Hi so I have got a burning question that I've needed to make a decision on for quite a while. I'm aiming to do predentistry and need to pick a major. If I do bio/biochem I could potentially grauduate in 3/3.5 years before applying to dental school and that's something that is appealing to me. On...