BME 40200/ 1 Cr.
BME 40200 explores career and professional topics in Biomedical Engineering. Topics include resume writing, interviewing, and professional conduct; post-graduate education and life-long learning; and industrial, clinical, and research opportunities in Biomedical Engineering.
- Available Online: No
- Credit by Exam: No
- Laptop Required: No
P: Senior standing or consent of instructor.
None. Handouts will also be distributed throughout the semester.
This course exposes students to current topics and issues relevant to the technical and career aspects of Biomedical Engineering. Topics are selected to prepare students for the next phase of their professional careers, with practical information on resumé writing and interviewing, selecting and applying to graduate programs, and developing a career plan. Guest speakers will discuss career opportunities for biomedical engineers in industrial, clinical, and research settings.
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
- Write a resumé and tailor a cover letter for a job of interest. 
- Adopt professional conduct in interviews and on the job. 
- Develop a five-year career plan. [4,7]
- Describe industrial, clinical, and research careers in biomedical engineering. 
- Articulate the importance of life-long learning. 
- Resumés, interviews, and behavior on the job
- Performance appraisals and salary reviewsIndustrial, clinical, and research careers in biomedical engineering
- Developing a career plan
- Using career centers and other resources
- Graduate school: deciding whether to go, choosing a program, and navigating the application process
- Lifelong learning