Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Program specialization at the master's degree level may be undertaken in five areas:
- biomechanics of injury
- biomedical instrumentation
- biomedical imaging
- biomaterials and tissue engineering
- computational and systems biology
These program specializations are available to both part-time and full-time students, in either research or non-research degree programs.
Enrollment and Graduation Statistics
As of Winter 2021, there are 40 students enrolled in the MSBME Program.
Graduation numbers are reported below:
- 46 students graduated in 2013
- 51 students graduated in 2014
- 45 students graduated in 2015
- 18 students graduated in 2016
- 38 students graduated in 2017
- 44 students graduated in 2018
- 38 students graduated in 2019
- 32 students graduated in 2020
Detailed information on enrollment and graduation can be obtained through the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).