Undergraduate Programs

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Biomedical engineering degrees

Biomedical engineering is a highly interdisciplinary field that includes experts in cell biology, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, pharmaceuticals, medicine and many more fields. At the University of Nevada, Reno, our biomedical engineering program emphasizes the fundamentals of electrical engineering, including instrumentation, sensors, signal processing, and advanced image processing.

Learn more about the B.S. in biomedical engineering.

Electrical engineering degrees

A degree in electrical engineering prepares students to develop solutions to urgent problems in areas including generating and regulating electric power supplied to the home, manipulating signals for communication purposes, and designing specialized circuits.

In addition to receiving a well-rounded education in electrical engineering, students in the bachelor's degree program can choose to pursue an emphasis in biomedical engineering or renewable energy.

Learn more about the B.S. in electrical engineering.

Engineering physics degrees

Engineering physics is designed for the student who desires a background in engineering science, based on a firm foundation of physics, as well as an introduction to computer science. The program is also for students who would like to pursue graduate studies in physics or engineering.

Learn more about the B.S. in engineering physics.

Popular minors for electrical and biomedical engineering students

Accelerated Programs

The College of Engineering offers two opportunities for motivated students to earn a bachelor's and master's degree in as few as five years.

Learn more on the College of Engineering website.