MS with Major in Bioengineering
Bioengineering is a broad and emerging field that impacts drug delivery, surgery, diagnosis, prevention and treatment. Students successfully completing the Master of Science in Bioengineering (MSBioE) degree program will be prepared for professional careers in businesses related to medical diagnostics, prosthetic devices, and neural and other implants; the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries; and consulting in health-related fields, as well as other positions in industry, commerce, education, and government. Students will also be prepared to continue their formal education at the PhD level in a variety of science and engineering disciplines and at the MD level in certain cases.
The Bioengineering program is unique by allowing a vast choice of electives including biological sciences, biomedical sciences, complex systems and brain sciences, and nursing in addition to three core courses.
Select from the list below to find out more about the program track you are interested in following:
- Degree Requirements
- Thesis & Non-Thesis Options
- Core Courses
- Distinctive Program Characteristics
- Program Worksheet (pdf)(Students starting prior to Fall 2019)
- Program Worksheet (pdf)(Students starting Fall 2019 and later)