The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Heritage University seeks to record academic, scientific, and practical presence in both local and international arenas. Through knowledge communication, curriculum integration, rigor in structure, and competition in comprehensive development, studying modern experiences in education, and openness to applying them in line with changing standards of scientific and practical requirements. The department aims for excellence in university education, meaningful and innovative research, and dedicated service to advance the field of biomedical engineering.


The department aims to contribute to the community by providing engineering personnel with a bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering capable of managing the field of biomedical engineering. They should be competent in dealing with everything related to systems, devices, and equipment specific to medical engineering and biomedical engineering and its applications. They will also have a broad knowledge base in contemporary scientific issues, enabling them to anticipate change and continuously update their skills. Communication with the latest developments in medical and engineering sciences will be facilitated through participation in international seminars and conferences, as well as organizing various workshops and diverse student activities.


Graduating engineers with a distinctive blend of scientific and practical knowledge for engineering applications in all health and medical fields is the goal. They should possess exceptional knowledge enabling them to design, develop, maintain, and contribute to research related to the medical and life aspects. The aim is to cultivate an engineering personality capable of communicating with the requirements of the job market, whether in the private or public sector, in the field of biomedical engineering—self-evolving and adaptable according to supply and demand. Encouraging the participation of all talented students and competent faculty members is crucial to ensuring the formation of traditional study groups in the field of biomedical engineering. Additionally, efforts should be directed towards implementing a quality system for the work of medical devices and equipment, as well as occupational safety.

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  • Statics                                                                                                                                                  
  • Biology 1                                                                                                         
  • Calculus I 1                                                                                                  
  • Anatomy I 1                                                                                                        
  • English Language 1                                                                                          
  • Freedom and Democracy                                                                    
  • Computer Skills & Programing 1
  • Intro to Biomedical Engineering 1