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Honors Program offering high achieving students a chance to develop advanced skills and undergo more extensive professional development during the BS degree. There is a minimum GPA requirement to enter and remain in the program. At completion, the Honor’s designation appears on the student’s diploma and academic transcript. Please contact our Academic Coordinators (Dr. Curry or Dr. Bumgardner) if you would like to know more about this excellent opportunity.

Accelerated BS/MS Program allows those students who are interested in advanced degrees to get started during their Junior year. The program allows students to complete the BS and MS degrees in 5 years. Accelerated students begin to work in a laboratory environment during their Junior year and most students obtain a Graduate Assistantship for their efforts. Please contact our department for more information.

“The 3-2 program has equipped me with a better understanding of orthopedics within the field of biomedical engineering. The journey has not only been challenging but also has enabled me to gain hands on experience in several fields of research.” Hummad Tasneem (Class of 2013)

The Cooperative (Co-op) Education Program offers students a real-world engineering experience with a one-year internship during their undergraduate education. Many of the biomedical companies in the Memphis area (Medtronic, Smith & Nephew, Wright Medical Technology) allow our students abundant internship opportunities. Please contact Ms. Sheila Moses (678-4933; to learn more about this program.

International/Study Abroad Programs. Engineering is a global industry and profession in which engineers, scientists, and managers from diverse backgrounds and cultures must function in a dynamic international environment. Engineers are often called upon daily to deal with foreign suppliers and customers. Opportunities for students to experience work and education in different countries and experience different cultures allows them to be more competitive and successful in the international markets and in the ever changing global environment. Please contact The University of Memphis Study Abroad Office to find out about different study abroad programs, requirements, and scholarships.

More importantly a diverse environment with active student oriented professional societies such as Biomedical Engineering Society and Society for Women Engineers and instructors with broad research and teaching interests.

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Greggory Kisiel won first place in the graduate engineering division at the 2013 Student Research Forum.

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