Prepare yourself for increased technical expertise and the opportunity to customize your program with our Master of Science in Engineering Degree that prepares students for careers in industry, government, or academia.
The program is ideal for applicants with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical or mechanical engineering.
Our thesis-option provides students with a deeper understanding of the fundamentals learned in their undergraduate biomedical engineering courses.
Our non-thesis option allows individuals to take a multidisciplinary approach to their engineering graduate program, an attractive option for students with interests beyond their chosen engineering major. Evening classes are available for individuals who are working full-time in local companies.
The thesis option is suited for students who are committed to complete immersion in the practice of biomedical engineering and research. Students interested in the doctoral program continue their education from this path.
Many students choose the non-thesis option to support their varied interests. This degree program allows students to design the program to meet their needs.
|Engineering Courses||11 credits|
|Approved Electives||12-14 credits|
|Master's Thesis||6 credits|
|Engineering Courses||18 credits|
|Approved Mathematics/Science||3 credits|
|Approved Electives||9 credits|
|Engineering Report||2 credits|
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Yang Hyun Yun, Ph.D.
Associate Chair for Graduate Studies in Biomedical Engineering