Graduate Programs

The Master of Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered in biomedical engineering. Admission to these programs requires a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Students without a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering may be required to complete prerequisites during their enrollment in the program.

Our department offers one additional Master of Science program in bioengineering. This program is for students interested in obtaining a fundamental knowledge of bioengineering with a focus on tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and biomaterials. For admission to the M.S. program in bioengineering, students must have earned a B.A. or B.S. in a strong science program such as biology, chemical biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, or equivalent. Students should also have taken basic Calculus and Physics courses as part of their undergraduate degree.