Loyola University Maryland

Department of Physics

Biomedical Engineering Focus

Suggestions for the Biomedical Engineering Focus are as follows:

(Please discuss with advisor or department chair.)

  • CH 101/105 General Chemistry I + lab
  • CH 102/106 General Chemistry II + lab
  • BL 118/119 Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology + lab
  • PH 383 Physics of Medicine and the Human Body (or PH 384)

Two of the following:

  • EG 301 Statics
  • EG 351 Introduction to Engineering Materials + EG 051 lab + EG 130 Spreadsheet tools
  • PH 384 Waves and the Physics of Medicine (or PH 383)

(Biomedical engineering courses at the Johns Hopkins University are also available through the Baltimore Student Exchange Program.)

Inge Heyer

Inge Heyer, Ph.D.

According to Dr. Heyer, Loyola’s core curriculum prepares students to be great problem solvers in physics—and as young professionals