Undergraduate Students
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The Department of Biosystems Engineering educates engineers who have an understanding of biological systems.  The 45-course core program has sufficient flexibility to allow students to select an area of specialization.  Students in good academic standing are eligible to participate in a cooperative education program.  With careful selection of electives (one additional course required), the core program can be used to meet the entrance requirements for the Faculty of Medicine.

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The Biosystems Engineering program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.  Graduates meet the academic requirement for eventual qualification as Professional Engineers.

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There are several scholarships and awards available only to Biosystems Engineering students.

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Tyler Grant, a 2010 graduate of the Department of Biosystems Engineering, is a recipient of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Tyler is studying biomedical engineering at the University of Oxford.

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Students from the Department of Biosystems Engineering have occupied the position of Senior Stick of the University of Manitoba Engineering Society Student Council two of the last three years.

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Biosystems Engineering students have participated in international design competitions in previous years.  These extra-curricular activities are a great way to enhance your academic experience.

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Many of the professors, current students, and former graduates of the Department of Biosystems Engineering belong to the Canadian Society for Bioengineering (CSBE).

Is there anything more you want to know?

Do not hesitate to make an appointment with the Department Head, Dr. Danny Mann, if you would like more information about the Biosystems Engineering program.