Advising Links:

Curriculum Requirements

Advance Registration Process

BE Faculty Advisors & Office Hours

Engineering Undergraduate Handbook

Academic Programs Office Advising

BE Advising Contact:

Ms. Kacy M. Dadura
Associate Director for Advising
Room 240 Skirkanich Hall
Phone: 215-573-6405

BE Administrative Contact:

Ms. Katherine Sas
Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Room 240 Skirkanich Hall

Undergraduate Program Options

Pursue the BSE or BAS Degree?

Degree Options: Pursue the BSE or BAS Degree?

Penn is an Ivy League school that offers both the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) in Bioengineering and the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Biomedical Science. Undergraduates are Free to pursue either degree. Learn more...

Degree Focus Areas

Degree Concentrations

If you would like to concentrate in a specific area of Bioengineering, whether out of interest or due to a desire to prepare for a specific career, you can take a look at the provided lists of courses that you should take for each area of specialization. Learn more...

Dual Degrees

Dual Degrees

What does it mean to pursue a dual degree? A dual degree means that you are completing two approved majors across two different schools at Penn. Learn more...

Second Major for College Students

Students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences can apply for a second major in Biomedical Science. This will result in a single degree from the College with two majors. Learn more...

The Premedicine Track

The Premedicine Track

If you are thinking about attending medical school, you can fulfill the entrance requirements while a bioengineering student at Penn. Learn more...

"Minoring" While a Bioengineering Student

"Minoring" While a Bioengineering Student

Not all students pursue minors, but many do, and some earn more than one. Students choose to minor in order to pursue areas of interest and/or develop skills and knowledge in an area that is complementary to their major. Learn more...

Submatriculation Option

Submatriculation Option

Would you like to work towards a master's degree in Bioengineering while you are still an undergraduate?  Doing so is called "submatriculation," and this option is open to qualified students. Learn more...