Students pursuing graduate programs within the Department of Biomedical Engineering have the ability to use their knowledge and skillset to create practical applications in healthcare and within their communities. Current and past students have sought to increase physical patient mobility, diagnose and cure cancer, and develop bioresorbable implants for surgeries.
The department offers a STEM-designated Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering with the following options.
- Thesis option - minimum of 30 semester hours required beyond the bachelor's degree.
- Non-thesis option - minimum of 33 semester hours required beyond the bachelor's degree.
New Degree Plan
Degree Plan 2018-19
Courses for MS in Biomedical Engineering
MS in Biomedical Engineering for students with 3/4 year Bachelor's degree in Biology / Chemistry / Math / Physics
MS in Biomedical Engineering / MBA in Business Management
Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering has been approved by THECB!
The Department of Biomedical Engineering is proud to announce their latest degree offering – Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. The Ph.D. degree offers two options: a track geared towards academia and a startup management track, in collaboration with the G. Brint Ryan College of Business.
You can read a description of the Ph.D. program to learn more.
There are also Ph.D. programs with a concentration in Biomedical Engineering:
- Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering Concentration in Materials Science and Engineering
- Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering Concentration in Mechanical and Energy Engineering
- Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering Concentration in Electrical Engineering
If your previous degree (BS or MS) is an area other than Biomedical Engineering, then you may need to take some leveling courses. Please consult with your graduate advisor in Biomedical Engineering.