The integrated BS/MS in Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University is intended for highly motivated and qualified undergraduate students who wish to pursue an advanced degree. Students admitted to the program may, in their senior year, take up to nine credits of graduate courses that will count toward both BS and MS requirements.
You should check with your faculty adviser or department chair about the availability of financial assistance (tuition waivers and/or stipend) for participation in this program. Selected students are supported by research assistantships and competitive fellowships from the State of Ohio and from alumni donations to help them achieve their educational and research goals.
Interested students should apply to the BS/MS program after the completion of 75 semester hours of coursework and prior to attaining senior status (completion of 90 semester hours). Normally, this means that students will submit applications in the sixth semester of the BS program (usually the spring term of the junior year). Learn more about the university's integrated BS/MS program.