Rutgers School of Engineering’s Master of Science (MS) in Biomedical Engineering is a thesisbased degree program that provides outstanding graduate level training in six key areas of biomedical engineering and technology: molecular systems; nanosystems and microsystems; tissue engineering and regenerative medicine; biomechanics and rehabilitation engineering; physiologic systems; and bioinstrumentation, biomedical imaging, and neuroengineering. This degree can be a pathway to our doctoral degree program.
With guidance from a world-class faculty in a stateof-the-art facility, students master essential aspects of biomedical engineering practice and research. By providing students with a solid foundation in life science and engineering, as well as opportunities to engage in and conduct original research, the MS in Biomedical Engineering program prepares them for professional advancement in a dynamic, rapidly advancing field.
BME Curriculum Highlights
The core curriculum’s in-depth focus on bioengineering and technology is enhanced by opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration in everything from genomics to advanced microscopy. We offer:
- A Certificate in Medical Device Development
- An innovative research rotation program for first-year students
- Courses in a wide range of topics from multiple areas in biomedical engineering
- Courses in entrepreneurship n Core courses in:
- Bioimaging Methods
- Biosignal Processing and Biomedical Imaging
- Biocontrol, Modeling and Computation
- Kinetics, Thermodynamics and Transport in Biomedicine
- Biomechanics and Biomaterials
- Advanced courses in:
- Mathematical Modeling for Biomedical Engineering
- Structure and Dynamics in Adult and Stem Cell Biology
- Medical Device Development
- Professional Development (3 courses)
Master of Science Degree Requirements
33 credit thesis program – 27 course credits and 6 research credits
Written research-based thesis
Oral thesis defense
Academics and Research
- The program includes faculty from Rutgers science and engineering departments; Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; other area academic institutions; and local industry researchers.
- Faculty hold prominent positions in numerous university-wide Centers of Excellence.
- Students learn and conduct research in state-of-theart facilities.
Why Rutgers Biomedical Engineering?
- Our innovative courses and programs are designed to train academic and industry leaders.
- Our collaborative, interdisciplinary academic community is committed to transformative education and research that is ethically responsible and sustainable.
- Our active student community is engaged in cuttingedge research.
- Our accomplished faculty includes internationally recognized experts in their fields, who span departments and schools within Rutgers.
- Our inclusive student population is more than 50% female.