In this study, the engineers from biomedical engineering and electrical engineering researched and analyzed the components, uses, and processes for the brain and the Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs). They investigated the basics on the brain, the signals, and the overall uses of the devices. There have been many uses for electroencephalogram (EEG) signals, including prosthetics for patients after nerve injuries, cursor movements on a computer, moving vehicles, and many more projects. There are studies currently in progress and that will be in progress in the future that extend the uses of BCIs. The researchers in this thesis focused more on the processes the scientists used to approach the given problem. Some worked with patients to better his or her life, while others worked with volunteers to gain more knowledge of the brain and/or the BCIs. This thesis includes many different approaches for many unique projects. The analysis includes the location of the signal, the processing of the signal, the filtering of the signal, the transmission of the signal, and the movement of the device based on the signal. The current BCIs are not ready to be in patient’s daily lives, but the researchers are trying to create and perfect them in order to help as many patients as possible. As a biomedical engineer, the researchers in this thesis can apply the knowledge from the articles to solving potential problems in the future and further specific studies.