NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Polytechnic University, Brooklyn
Biomedical engineers are behind some of the most important medical breakthroughs occurring in our world. Together with biologists and doctors, they’re developing artificial organs, prosthetics, and other medical devices, helping us live longer, healthier lives.
NYU-Poly recognizes the contributions biomedical engineers have made to the lives we enjoy today, which is why we’ve put so much support behind our MS program in Biomedical Engineering. Its curriculum proudly merges the best from our chemistry, engineering, and computer science divisions with the biomedical science offerings from SUNY Downstate Medical Center. The partnership allows our students to take advantage of both facilities, faculties, and associated research programs, which share coextensive initiatives. Noteworthy areas of overlapping scientific investigation include neurorobotics, tissue engineering, and telemetry, among others.
It’s an exciting alliance, and we ensure access for both full- and part-time students by scheduling many 3-credit courses as 2 ½-hour nightly lectures held once per week. Evening research opportunities are also available.
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