Bioengineering uses living systems as an inspiration and tool to design and create. It is a rapidly growing discipline covering a range of topics like materials science and tissue engineering, biomedical devices and instrumentation, molecular and cellular engineering, as well as environmental engineering.
Bioengineers are curious about the complexity of living organisms. They constantly seek to improve current state-of-the-art technology as they work to develop life-enhancing and life-saving technologies.
McGill offers one of the only Bioengineering undergraduate programs in Canada which provides a truly distinct and innovative learning experience. As bioengineering couples fundamental engineering principles with biology, you will acquire a solid background in math, physics, and chemistry.