The Department of Biomedical Engineering is accepting graduate students for Fall 2017. Students can apply by June 15, 2017.
M.S. in Biomedical Engineering
MS with a major in Biomedical Engineering requires a minimum of 30 semester hours for the thesis option and 33 semester hours for the non-thesis option, beyond the bachelor’s degree.
Required, core BMEN courses for MS with a major in Biomedical Engineering:
BMEN 5210—Biomedical Engineering Laboratory
BMEN 5310—Clinical Instrumentation
Seminar: BMEN 5940—Biomedical Engineering Seminar
Other BMEN Courses Maybe Be Chosen from the Following:
BMEN 5312—Advanced Signal Processing in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5323—Advanced Biomedical Optics
BMEN 5322—Medical Imaging
BMEN 5320—Advanced Biomechanics
BMEN 5321—Biomaterials Compatibility
BMEN 5315—Computational Methods in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5800—Topics in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5810—Topics in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5890—Directed Study in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5900—Special Problems in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5910—Special Problems in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5920—Cooperative Education in Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 5950—Master’s Thesis
Certificate in Health Services Management
Option To Get a Certificate in Health Services Management from the Department of Health Management and Policy at the UNT Health Science Center.
These Four Following Courses Constitute a Certificate in Health Services Management, offered ONLINE by the UNT HSC in Fort Worth, Texas:
- HMAP 5320, HMAP 5321, HMAP 5330, BIOS 5300
*For non-thesis option students, obtaining a certificate in Health Management does not require any additional courses beyond the 33 hours. For thesis option students, obtaining a certificate in Health Services Management would require an extra course to their degree plan, thus resulting in a total of 33 credit hours.