The objective of the Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University is to educate biomedical engineers for careers in industry, academia, health care, and government and to advance research in biomedical engineering.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering provides a learning environment that encourages students to apply biomedical engineering methods to advance basic scientific discovery; integrate knowledge across the spectrum from basic cellular and molecular biology through tissue, organ, and whole-body physiology and pathophysiology; and to exploit this knowledge to design diagnostic and therapeutic technologies that improve human health.
The unique and rich medical, science, and engineering environment at CWRU enables research projects ranging from basic science through engineering design and clinical application. Numerous fellowships and research assistantships are available to support you in your studies.
Master of Science in Engineering with Specialization
This Master of Science in Engineering with a Specialization in Translational Health Technology is designed to develop expertise in translating biomedical ideas into clinical implementation. This degree can be completed in one year for full-time students. The program combines aspects of bioengineering, marketing, entrepreneurship, and bioregulatory affairs with ethics and experimental design.
The program will require you to take a minimum of 30 credits including a design project.