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Engineering | School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Undergraduate

Resources for Current Undergraduate Students 

This is a great time of opportunity and growth at Arizona State University, and especially within the School of Biological & Health Systems Engineering. Biomedical engineers fuse disciplines with a unique blend of skills and expertise that supports use-inspired research in biomedicine and biotechnology, and ASU’s New American University is a dynamic environment in which to capitalize on that fusion. The expertise within SBHSE is increasingly integrated with clinical and industrial partners in the Phoenix area and beyond. We aim to produce graduate level biomedical engineers who leave ASU with the engineering skills, clinical awareness, and entrepreneurial spirit to go out and transform society.

Listen to one of our current students describe her experiences as an SBHSE undergraduate:

 

The Fulton Undergraduate Experience


 

As a student in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, you can enhance your student experience by taking advantage of these valuable resources and opportunities.

45+ Student Organizations

Ranging from honors and professional associations to groups creating underwater robots, student organizations offer excellent opportunities to learn about career possibilities and network with industry professionals.

Engineering Career Center

Serving as a central point of contact to connect students and employers, the Career Center enhances connections for full-time job opportunities and internships, as well as provides comprehensive career coaching services for Fulton students and alumni.

Student Support Services

The Engineering Tutoring Center offers free tutoring in math, physics, chemistry, and engineering education courses.

Engineering Projects in Community Service

EPICS organizes teams of undergraduate students to design, build, and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for not-for-profit organizations.

Grand Challenge Scholars Program

The Fulton Grand Challenge Scholars Program combines innovative curriculum and cutting edge research for an academic experience that spans disciplines and includes entrepreneurial and service-learning opportunities focused on addressing the Grand Challenges.

Study Abroad

Engineering students are encouraged to take full advantage of the study abroad opportunities that ASU offers.

FURI – Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative

Designed to enhance and enrich a student’s engineering education by providing, hands-on lab experiences, independent and thesis based research and travel to national conferences.

4+1 Degrees

Accelerated programs provide students with the opportunity to combine advanced undergraduate course work with graduate course work to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in 5 years.