Minors & Programs

Program with Cell & Molecular Biology

You can earn a B.S. in Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB) from the College of Literature, Science & Arts and an M.S.E. in Biomedical Engineering from the College of Engineering through a 5-year joint degree program.

You’ll typically spend your first three years meeting bachelor’s degree requirements and spend the following two years fulfilling bachelor’s and master’s degree requirements.

Visit the LSA majors and minors page for more information.


  • CoE Minors: The College of Engineering offers several minors and co-curricular programs to complement our undergraduate engineering degrees.
  • Multidisciplinary Design Program: Global Health Design Specialization, which teaches students how to design solutions for today’s global health challenges.
  • Specialized Study Program in Global Health Design – The Specialized Study Program in Global Health Design (PGHD) is an academic program that allows undergraduate students to focus their elective courses and upper-level design coursework on the topic of global health to earn the following notation on their transcript: “Specialized Study in Global Health Design”.