What to Expect
Our integrated Bachelor of Science (BS)/Master of Science (MS) program is intended for highly motivated and qualified undergraduate students who wish to pursue an advanced degree in biomedical engineering. When you are admitted to the program, you may, in your senior year, take up to nine credits of graduate courses that will count toward both BS and MS requirements.
At Case Western Reserve, our research expertise in medicine, science and engineering contributes to a learning environment that:
- encourages the application of biomedical engineering methods to advance basic scientific discovery,
- integrates knowledge across the spectrum from cellular and molecular biology through tissue, organ and whole-body physiology and pathophysiology, and
- employs this knowledge to design diagnostic and therapeutic technologies to improve human health.
—Submit an application for admission to the program through the School of Graduate Studies, and
—Submit a Planned Program of Study Form to the Office of Undergraduate Studies.