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Department of Bioengineering


Student Opportunities

The Department of Bioengineering offers a variety of opportunities to contribute to the success and breadth of knowledge for our students. From academic advising to study abroad, we provide many experiential learning opportunities to prepare for a career or graduate research. Possibilities include hands-on internships working beside healthcare professionals and studying abroad to conduct research or work with mentors. Another option is the extensive creative inquiry projects that cross disciplines and mimic real-world conditions.

Study Abroad group with orange tiger rag flag.
Three students and fculty mmeber with award-winning research project

Get Involved

We encourage our students to try a variety of new experiences to expand their skill set. From clubs to research to professional development, each opportunity allows you to not only make connections but have an influence at the community level and beyond.

Career Resources

Developing South Carolina's innovative and business-focused engineers

For career resources such as events, articles, guides, and specific information on finding a job, please visit our curated Clemson Bioengineering Career site.

For questions, please contact Jennifer R. Hogan, Coordinator of Professional Development.

BIOE Resources

Advising Support

Clemson University encourages students to meet with advisors from the beginning of their academic careers. From scheduling classes to changing majors, please find out more about how advising can impact you by visiting our advising page.

  • Change of Major
  • Curriculum Requirements
  • Advising Worksheets
  • Course Registration
  • Academic Forms
  • Scheduling Questions
Student award winner accepting plaque

Academic Achievements

Honors and Awards

Every year, we applaud the exceptional abilities of our students and faculty in the areas of teaching, research, and academic achievement. The honors are bestowed at department, college, and university levels.

Graduate Fellowships and Awards

Fellowships are competitive funding options that generally do not require teaching or research requirements. The bioengineering department can award fellowships based on emphasis areas, leadership, and academic excellence.