BioE students solve biomedical problems and help improve human health via an in-depth curriculum that integrates a significant amount of life science courses. Some beginning courses include Organic Chemistry, BioE Thermodynamics, and Biomechanics. Later courses include Biological Systems and Signals, Biotransport Phenomena, Human Physiology, and Bioinstrumentation. Bioengineers continue on to graduate or medical school and also have successful careers in academia, biotech companies (e.g. designing artificial organs) or with federal agencies such as the FDA.