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Are you interested in engineering and want to make a difference in the future of health care? Would you like to learn how to develop secure digital systems and technologies that benefit the people and processes in the vital health care field?

Then the Biomedical Systems Engineering program is for you. This program from the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences prepares students for various career pathways.

Augusta University offers an experience like no other — one that helps you design the components and systems used to protect our health care organizations against risks and threats to cybersecurity.

Biomedical Systems Engineering is for you if you consider yourself:

Analytical and Strategic
Innovative and Cutting-edge

Program Information

Biomedical Systems Engineering Program

100 Grace Hopper Ln
Augusta, GA 30901

Georgia Cyber Center


What You'll Study


In the Biomedical Systems Engineering program, you’ll learn to understand, manage and integrate biomedicine systems and gain the ability to develop digital health care-oriented systems and technologies guaranteed for security and integrity.

Experience-based Education

Outside the Classroom

The Senior Design Project matches seniors with industry sponsors to solve real-world technical problems. Teams of 3-5 seniors are mentored by a School of Computer and Cyber Sciences professor and work in collaboration with an engineer or manager from the agency.

The Augusta University chapter of the Upsilon Pi Epsilon international honor society for computing and information disciplines hosts fun and meaningful events throughout the year.

The Computer Science Colloquium Series offers you an hour credit to learn more about research topics in the computer and cyber sciences, providing a unique opportunity to expand your understanding of a variety of topics.

Study Abroad trips take your understanding of culture — and yourself — to new levels, delivering stimulating experiences that prepare you for rewarding career opportunities and a fulfilling life


Research & Innovation

Whether you’re an undergraduate or graduate student, you’ll have opportunities to create your own research projects or work with faculty to tackle some of the world’s most complex and pressing challenges.


Military Friendly

Our commitment to offering quality, affordable education to service members and veterans is a driving force, and we offer several programs to assist them in achieving their academic goals.


Learning Community

The JAGByte Living Learning Community provides incoming School of Computer and Cyber Sciences freshmen the opportunity to live and study together as a cohort and participate in a variety of exclusive activities.


Clubs & Organizations

Student clubs and organizations help you “plug in” to campus life in a way that can lead to meaningful connections, new interests and resume-enhancing experiences.

Your Future

Career Options

Graduates of the Biomedical Systems Engineering program can expect to find employment in health care, education settings, private practice or other industries. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for a Biomedical Systems Engineer is $97,410, with an increase of 10% from 2021 to 2031.


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Learning Like No Other

Why Augusta?

Proximity to industry experts at the Georgia Cyber Center increases internship and networking opportunities by putting you shoulder-to-shoulder with professionals in the field.
As a designated Center of Academic Excellence in the area of cyber defense, Augusta University is home to the Center for Cybersecurity.
Activities like the Cybertronic Makers Club and internships give students the opportunity to network with their peers as well as put their skills to work.

Computer & Cyber Science News

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Augusta University and Savannah River National Laboratory partner to support global security research, workforce development

Augusta University and Savannah River National Laboratory are proud to announce a new agreement that formalizes their long-standing partnership and expands upon their shared mission to address global security issues.

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Augusta University professor honored by French Consulate in Atlanta 

E. Nicole Meyer, PhD, is a professor of French at Augusta University and is a 2022 recipient of Label FrancEducation accreditation and was recently awarded the prestigious Empowering French and Francophone Studies grant by the French Embassy of the United States.

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Augusta University celebrates first Master of Science in Computer Science graduate

“I am just very grateful to have been able to work with such wonderful people. The faculty have all been great and fellow students have all been great,” said Patrick Woolard. 

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Ten new faculty to join Augusta University’s School of Computer and Cyber Sciences

The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences has experienced unprecedented growth over the past four years. Student enrollment has doubled, and, for the first time in the school’s history, the student body is over 700.

The Future Starts Here

The School of Computer and Cyber Sciences provide high-engagement, state-of-the-art technology education and research across computer science, information technology and cybersecurity disciplines.