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Integrated Science

The integrated science program provides you with an opportunity to pursue studies that go beyond the traditional major in a single field of sciences.

Why Study Integrated Science?

As an integrated science major at USD, you will learn to comprehensively explore issues, ideas, artifacts and events related to science. Our curriculum helps you learn to break down complex topics and apply engineering design to create solutions to problems.

Courses from the A.S. degree will transfer into a B.S. degree in biomedical engineering and prepare students for a B.S. in medical laboratory science and biology. This program is held at the Community College for Sioux Falls.


Degrees & Offerings

Integrated Science (A.S.)

Associate
  Sioux Falls

A degree in integrated science is your first step for careers in biomedical engineering and the laboratory. The curriculum offers multiple areas of focus through electives, and courses such as Organic Chemistry, Integrated Science, Instrumental Analysis, Analytical Chemistry and more.

Program Details

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Departments & Facilities

Explore the departments, facilities and centers that contribute to your education in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineering combines science, engineering and medicine to solve human health problems and improve quality of life. Biomedical engineers work with doctors to build medical devices that assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

Faculty & Staff

Get to know the faculty in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Our faculty are experts in their fields, bringing practical experience in tissue engineering, experimental design, nanomaterials and movement biomechanics to the classroom.
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Brent Anderson

Sr. Software Engineer
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Alain Bomgni

Postdoctoral Researcher
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Tuyen Do

Researcher III
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Ying Deng

Associate Professor
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Etienne Gnimpieba

Research Assistant Professor
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Zhongkui Hong

Associate Professor
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Peri Shultz

Program Assistant I

Tuition & Costs

USD offers low tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students, as well as scholarships, financial aid and employment opportunities to help make your education even more affordable.
SD Residents, SD Advantage* & Child of Alumni
MN Residents
Out-of-State
Tuition (30 cr.)
7773
8718.9
11283
Fees (30 cr.)
1659
1659
1659
Books (estimate)
1200
1200
1200
Housing
4454
4454
4454
Food Service
3770
3770
3770
Total

* SD Advantage: The in-state rate is available to residents of South Dakota, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and children of alumni of USD.

More About Tuition & Costs

This is an estimated annual cost. Other factors may change the cost of tuition.

Undergraduate Tuition & Costs

Learn more about tuition and fees for undergraduate students and see how your out-of-pocket costs at USD compare to those at other colleges and universities.

Financial Aid

Navigating options for how to pay for college can be challenging, but you are not alone. The Office of Financial Aid will work with you and your family to explore how you can make your college education even more affordable.

Scholarships

USD awards nearly $9.5 million in scholarships each year. View our scholarships to see which ones you may qualify for and how you can apply.

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