The Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering at Washington State University is an innovative program that combines the principles of both engineering and biology to develop solutions for medical challenges. This degree provides students with a comprehensive understanding of bioengineering fundamentals such as anatomy, physiology, biomaterials science, biomechanics, and tissue engineering. Through laboratory work, students gain hands-on experience where they can apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems related to drug delivery systems or medical device design. Graduates from this program are well prepared for careers in industry settings or research laboratories working on projects ranging from prosthetics development to artificial organ fabrication. They may also pursue further studies leading towards advanced degrees such as Master's or Doctoral programs in Bioengineering or other related fields like Medicine, Surgery, Bioinformatics, and related fields; allowing them to become experts within their chosen field while making meaningful contributions towards improving human health outcomes worldwide.