The School of Biomedical Engineering offers four concurrent undergraduate degrees. See the Western Calendar for up-to-date details on modules, academic progression, and prerequisites.
All students will complete a common first year. During your first year at Western, you will take a variety of introductory courses to build a solid engineering foundation. At the end of your first year, you will be prepared to make an informed decision on your degree path
and Third Year Second
In fourth year, all BME undergraduate students will take the required BME and biomedical sciences courses together. Students will also take biomedical science and health-care related non-technical electives.
In the summer following your fourth year, you will participate in a research placement, co-op, or industrial internship related to BME.
In your final year, your two degrees are integrated. You will complete a capstone design project within your core program and a research thesis within biomedical engineering.