Electromagnetics governs the physical phenomena in almost every discipline in electrical engineering from circuits to optics. It enables numerous high technologies from wireless communication to medical imaging. Computational techniques are important in practically solving electromagnetic (EM) problems associated with complex structures. This course focuses on theory and biomedical applications of electromagnetic fields, and computational techniques. In order to facilitate the understanding of the computational technique, the students will be introduced to the commercially available EM software specialized in life science applications and provided with a several individual projects. This computational technique has been well adopted in the industry and often used for product validation. The course topics include: electrostatics, magnetostatics, electrodynamics, transmission lines, basic antennas, computational techniques and current technology reviews.