Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering 

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Application Deadline:

July 31

Classes Start:

August 24

Translational Health Technology Specialization

Translational Health Technology Specialization

Our Program

Request more information about our M.S in Biomedical Engineering program.

At Case Western Reserve University, students pursuing a Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering are provided the opportunity to become leaders in translational health technology. Our unique new specialization combines aspects of bioengineering, marketing, entrepreneurship, bioregulatory affairs, ethics and experimental design.


Our 11-month accelerated degree program, specifically designed for students with engineering undergraduate degrees, is a flexible course-focused option that’s your most direct route to a career in biomedical engineering. In less than a year, our students are fully prepared to translate laboratory successes into clinical trials and help treat some of the world’s most important medical problems.

Admission Requirements

When you apply, you can submit unofficial test scores and transcripts to alleviate application costs and logistics. Our teams will review your application materials and make a recommendation. You will only need to supply official transcripts and test scores if you are formally accepted to CWRU. 

Complete online application.

$50 application fee

Two letters of recommendation

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial GRE Scores

Statement of Purpose

International Applicants: TOEFL or IELTS

—Nick VanDillen (MS ‘18) 

"This program is efficient, hands-on and located in a city with an ecosystem that is bar none for gaining experience in developing medical technology. The school put its resources & backing behind you from day 1."

The MS in Biomedical Engineering program takes full advantage of the health technology corridor in Northeast Ohio. Our longtime partnerships with Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals and MetroHealth Medical Center allow students to work regularly with faculty members and mentors in the field. 


Our graduates have built careers at a wide range of employers, including:

  • GE Healthcare
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Steris
  • NASA
  • Invacare
  • Seimens
  • HealthTechnology startups

Career Outcomes

Colin Drummond

Program Co-Director,
Director of the Coulter-Case Translational Research Partnership

216.368.2639

colin.drummond@case.edu

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