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Masters Degree in Biomedical Engineering

Program Details

Degree

Master of Science

Available

On campus

Contact

Graduate Admissions1.888.511.1306[email protected]
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Push the possibilities of biomedical solutions with a master's degree designed to propel your career.

Stevens’ multidisciplinary biomedical engineering master's program blends advanced study in engineering, biology, life sciences, medicine, clinical applications and bioethics. We give you the flexibility to pursue the areas of biomedical engineering that interest you most. You’ll investigate emerging areas alongside our actively patenting faculty, test and model new devices in world-class laboratories, and discover how far you can go in an entrepreneurial environment that rewards your scientific rigor and vision.

Our program is design-oriented to help you pursue new technologies from concept through commercialization. And since ideas are only as good as their implementation, we also give you multiple opportunities to work with faculty and industry partners so you leave the program better positioned for success. Whether you’re advancing a current career in biomedical engineering or moving into the field, we’ve structured the program to help you meet your professional goals. After completing our program, students typically find careers in industry, research institutions, and clinical institutions. Additionally, Biomedical Engineering graduate students can use our program as a gateway to professional schools like medical, dental, veterinarian, and physical therapy. 

Stevens graduate students have the unique opportunity to gain hands-on research experience by working closely with our expert faculty in our state-of-the-art laboratories.

Hands-On Biomedical Research

At Stevens, you have the ability to join research groups with students at a variety of levels of experience, and outstanding faculty so you can learn cutting-edge technology as a team, just like in the real-world. In our state-of-the-art research labs and facilities, you'll have the opportunity to engage in experiential learning in the following areas:

  • Biomaterials

  • Biomedical Imaging

  • Biomechanics and Rehabilitation

  • Neural Engineering

  • Tissue Engineering

  • Drug Delivery

  • Medical Devices and Instrumentation

  • Lung Mechanics

  • Translational Biomedical Engineering

The Stevens Advantage

Our Manhattan-adjacent location allows you to build your professional network in New York, a global hub for pharmaceutical, medical research and technology, while exploring nearby biomedical device companies in New Jersey's booming medical and pharmaceutical industries for career opportunities.

More Advantages to our Program

  • Flexible curriculum

  • Part-time or full-time enrollment

  • Optional research or clinical thesis

  • Credit for on-the-job projects with your current employer

  • Extensive hands-on laboratory experience

  • Research with clinical collaborators

  • Evening and online courses available

Concentrations

  • Medical Devices, Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine

  • Rehabilitation and Biomechanics

  • Medical Imaging and Artificial Intelligence

  • General

Biomedical Engineering Jobs

The bioengineering master's program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in a variety of roles like:

  • Clinical Engineer

  • Design Engineer

  • Project Engineer

  • Quality Control Analyst

  • Regulatory Specialist

  • Research Scientist

Companies Hiring Biomedical Engineers

Becton Dickson, Philips Healthcare, Regeneron, Integra Lifesciences, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, Stryker, Medtronic, U.S. Veterans Affairs

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