Should I major in biocomputational engineering?

  • You love biology, computer science, and engineering
  • You want to solve problems in health care, biotechnology, and data analytics
  • You're eager to enter an exciting and rapidly emerging field

Lehigh's innovative biocomputational engineering program is one of the pioneering degrees nationwide at the undergraduate level. Students build a foundation in the basic sciences, mathematics, and computer programming, and engage in a rigorous core of interdisciplinary engineering coursework. Graduates are prepared for opportunities at the interface of bioengineering and computational data sciences, and are well suited for careers in the public and global health, biotechnology, data science, health IT, and biostatistics fields, among others. They enter the workforce armed with advanced knowledge of programming, data modeling, and machine learning, as well as fundamental bioengineering competencies.