The Biomedical Engineering MS program is intended to provide a fundamental/research-oriented program of advanced study for students wishing to enhance their knowledge and understanding within a specialized discipline.
Students enrolled in this combined degree will be well-prepared for the Biomedical Engineering graduate coursework given the coursework they've completed through the BS degree plan.
The Biomedical Engineering BS program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The curriculum is designed to meet several educational objectives. These program education objectives (PEOs) are broad statements that describe the expected accomplishments of graduates within a few years after graduation. Specific PEOs for Biomedical Engineering are:
- Graduates will use their scientific, technical, and communication skills to contribute to the achievement of the goals and objectives of employers of biomedical engineers.
- Graduates will continue their professional development in biomedical engineering or medicine, including professional licensure, continuing education, and/or graduate study.
- Graduates will have advanced knowledge of modern theories, engineering systems, and mathematical and engineering tools enabling them to identify and address unmet clinical, diagnostic, and/or healthcare needs.