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 the medical device and technology field.
The 32-credit individually-designed curriculum provides students with a rigorous graduate education in biomedical engineering. Professional-level project experience prepares students for careers in the medical device field. 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 (BE 695), which engages students with the clinical community to identify and develop novel engineering solutions to medical problems.
- BE 694: Biomedical and Clinical Needs Finding
- BE 695: Advanced Biomedical Design and Development (satisfies the practicum requirement)
- Two BME technical electives (500-level or higher)
- Two ENG technical electives (500-level or higher, may include additional BE coursework)
- One graduate-level Math course selected from approved list
- One Technology leadership elective from approved list
Where do our graduates end up?
The MEng program in Biomedical Engineering provides students with both a technical education and the skills and knowledge they need to plan and execute a career strategy resulting in the professional placement of their choice. Professional development is an important co-curricular feature of our program. Faculty, alumni and current students share networking references and mentoring to provide advice and assistance to meet each student’s career goals. Our graduates are employed by leading companies in the medical device and healthcare fields, including:
The flexible Master of Engineering program can be completed in as little as one year of full-time study, but part-time options are also available.
Internship “With Engineering Practice”
Students interested in additional practical experience may add the optional “with Engineering Practice” designation to their degree by completing an approved internship in their field of study. Learn more.
Applying to the MEng program
Students are encouraged to apply for Fall 2017 entry by the January 15th deadline. Applicants should be able to demonstrate adequate preparation and success in their undergraduate engineering and science programs, including a strong foundation in math. For more information about application requirements, or to apply, visit the Admissions page. Students should direct any inquiries related to their application to the Graduate Programs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-353-9760.