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Admitted Students

Welcome to the undergraduate programs in the Richard and Loan Hill Department of Biomedical Engineering!

Congratulations on your acceptance. We look forward to introducing you to the faculty, staff, and fellow students who will help you to develop your knowledge and skills in biomedical engineering or bioinformatics—and set you on your way toward a rewarding career.

We encourage all of our incoming students to visit a few important places to gather all the information you need for a great start at UIC.

Visit UIC’s page for newly admitted students Heading link

UIC has a dedicated page for new undergraduate students. Start here to get all the information you will need as you start your education at UIC.

Go to Newly Admitted Students

Academic advising Heading link

You will receive one-on-one guidance from our faculty to make sure you are enrolling in the courses you need to complete your degree on time and be well-positioned to achieve your post-graduation goals. Preview how the process works on our academic advising page.

Explore the curriculum Heading link

Before you begin your UIC program is a great time to familiarize yourself with all the prospects that await you here—whether it’s courses in biotransport or biostatistics, the Neural Engineering Laboratory, classes on the biology of the brain, or finding out how to make computer models of physiological systems. Start on our courses page; we also recommend you check out the UIC undergraduate course catalog page for biomedical engineering.

Get answers to your questions Heading link

UIC biomedical engineering’s faculty and staff are dedicated to helping you understand what’s required of you and succeed in your academic pursuits. The student affairs office and the faculty have put together some questions and answers (with quick videos!) to put you on the right track.