Microtechnology offers particular advantages to the biomedical field in many ways such as better uniformity, reliability, reproducibility, miniaturized implants, precise control, quick response, micro-texturing, less invasive and lower power requirements, etc. More than $1 trillion/year by 2018 in new technologies and products and 2 million jobs have been projected by nanotechnology. The convergence of nanotechnology and biomedical sciences opens the possibility for a wide variety of biological research topics and medical uses at the molecular and cellular level. This course aims to introduce the modern multidisciplinary micro and nanotechnology for bioengineering to the students and get them prepared for the new industrial revolution led by rapid progresses in these fields. It covers important topics in bioengineering-related micro and nanotechnology such as fundamentals of micro and nanotechnology, bioMEMS, nanotechnology based drug delivery, implantable nanomaterials, micro and nanotechnology based implantable medical devices, nanotechnology for bio-imaging, etc.