The following is a list of ABET Inc. accredited Biological Engineering Programs. These programs address the engineering aspects of creating products using biological processes. As such you could say they are the engineering response to applying our quickly expanding knowledge of the human, animal and microbe genomes and their cellular processes to create useful products. As you can see there are not very many. The industries they address may find the skills that a Biomedical Engineer can bring to the table very useful.
|University of Idaho||BS Biological and Agricultural Engineering|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||B.S. Chemical Biological Engineering|
|University of Minnesota-Twin Cities||BBE Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering|
|North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University||BS Biological Engineering|
|Polytechnic Institute of New York University||BS Chemical and Biological Engineering|
|Purdue University at West Lafayette||BS Biological and Food Process Engineering|
|Purdue University at West Lafayette||BS Agricultural and Natural Resources Engineering|