Develop materials and devices at the intersection of life science and engineering with an in-demand degree.

The bioengineering master’s program is tailored for students who have a strong science background. Stevens also offers this program to current medical professionals who have a vested interest in biomaterials and tissue engineering research.

The bioengineering master’s program prepares students to enter the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device or life science industries. It will also prepare them for a Ph.D. in biology, bioengineering or related fields as well as other professional health careers.

This interdisciplinary program focuses on tissue engineering, biomaterials and regenerative medicine methods to improve healthcare. The bioengineering master’s program builds on a foundation of molecular biology and chemistry while also adding elements of bioengineering design. Graduates of this program will be positioned to succeed with careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in addition to biomedical research and regulatory institutions.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens is strategically located in northern New Jersey directly across the river from New York City, giving students easy access to professional societies, groups, meetups and one of the nation’s largest hubs for the biotechnology industry.

Departmental Research

The Department of Biomedical Engineering has attained international recognition for its research in mass spectrometry, green chemistry, nanotechnology and in healthcare and medicine. Faculty and students apply their knowledge and skills to solve critical, real-life challenges.