Master of Engineering (MEng) Program
Join Dr. Jonathan Rosen for an online Information Session and Q&A about our MEng degree program in Biomedical Engineering.
Thursday, December 3rd at 6:30PM EST
The Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Biomedical Engineering is a professional Master’s Degree program for students who are focused on a career in industry. The 32 credit curriculum ensures that students looking for a career in the healthcare sector gain fundamental technology, technology development and commercialization skills important to biomedical engineers. Students in the MEng degree program develop deep technical skills through advanced biomedical engineering courses and are exposed to issues related to product development, intellectual property and commercialization. In addition, students complete a practicum, a program requirement fulfilled through our Advanced Biomedical Design and Development course which engages students with the clinical community to identify and develop novel engineering solutions to medical problems.
The flexible Master of Engineering program can be completed in as little as one year of full-time study. An internship, if desired, will extend the length of the program. Part-time options are also available.
Specialization Programs for BME Master’s Students
Amplify your biomedical Master of Science or Master of Engineering degree by building additional expertise in the high demand interdisciplinary fields of Robotics, Data Analytics, and Cybersecurity.
Opportunities abound for biomedical Robotics applications, such as advanced signaling and systems in the design and control of prosthetics and other human-machine interfaces, in telemedicine, and in clinical research. Cybersecurity and Data Analytics are also huge growth fields, as exponential growth in data collection and electronic health records and an explosion of biosensor data from devices such as Fitbit and IWatch create unprecedented challenges.
Students can apply to add the Specialization Program in Robotics, Data Analytics, and Cybersecurity.
Any inquiries related to application status and/or receipt of supplemental application materials should be directed to the Graduate Programs Office via email or at (617) 353-9760.