Campus Biological & Biomedical Engineering Certificate United States Graduate Programs
- Elkridge, MDElkridge, MD
Johns Hopkins University
Biomedical engineering is the application of knowledge from engineering and physics to enhance the understanding of and provide solutions to problems in biology and medicine. The goal of the Master of Science Program in Applied Biomedical Engineering is...
- Morgantown, WVMorgantown, WV
West Virginia University
The College of Engineering and Mineral Resources (CEMR) offers an interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate Program in Bioengineering.
- Mississippi State, MSMississippi State, MS
Mississippi State University
In the spring of 2001, the College of Engineering at Mississippi State University began offering M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical Engineering. Built on a rich history of over 30 years of biomedical research and teaching through its Agricultural and...
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
Illinois Institute of Technology
The objective of this degree program is to prepare students for professional practice in any field of engineering involving heavy emphasis on biological processes, and to provide a foundation in the fundamental knowledge of biological engineering. The s...
- La Jolla, CALa Jolla, CA
University of California - San Diego
- Worcester, MAWorcester, MA
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
- Logan, UTLogan, UT
Utah State University
The student is responsible for identifying a major professor and graduate committee who will help develop the individualized course of study in specific areas of interest. Graduate programs are flexible, according to the needs and interests of the stude...
- Medford, MAMedford, MA
The booming biomedical industry demands skilled professionals whose expertise can cross traditional boundaries of science and engineering.
- San Antonio, TXSan Antonio, TX
University of Texas Health Science Center At San Antonio
The Translational Science Ph.D. program will prepare the next generation of scientists to lead the multi-disciplinary biomedical research teams of the future in increasingly complex research environments.