Washington State University: The university department does not require GRE scores.
Ohio State University-Main Campus: The GRE requirement has been eliminated.
Washington State University: The university department does not require GRE scores.
Ohio State University-Main Campus: The GRE requirement has been eliminated.
College description: A student, once admitted to the Ph.D., will complete a master’s degree worth of coursework in addition to 15 further units other than research alongside their research and teaching. In essence, they will fulfill the requirements for the Stanford MS in Bioengineering along the road to their Ph.D. A minimum of 135 units is required.Prior to being formally admitted to candidacy for the PhD degree, the student must demonstrate knowledge of bioengineering fundamentals and a potential for research by passing a qualifying oral examination.Students must complete and defend a doctoral dissertation.Doctoral students pursuing a PhD degree in a major other than Bioengineering may apply for the PhD minor in Bioengineering.
The purpose of the master’s program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for a professional career or doctoral studies.
The Graduate Record Examination is not required for admission to the M.S. or Ph.D. program in Bioengineering.
Further information and application instructions for all graduate degree programs may be obtained from Graduate Admissions.
Although not required, CME 104 Linear Algebra and Partial Differential Equations for Engineers is recommended for some Bioengineering courses.
Minimum Combined GPA for all courses in Engineering Fundamentals and Depth is 2.0.
Maintain an overall grade point average of at least 3.5 as calculated on the unofficial transcript.
Complete at least two quarters of research with a minimum of nine units of BIOE 191 Bioengineering Problems and Experimental Investigation or BIOE 191X Out-of-Department Advanced Research Laboratory in Bioengineering for a letter grade; up to three units may be used towards the bioengineering depth elective requirements.
The Graduate Record Examination is not required for admission.
The application must provide evidence of potential for strong academic performance as a graduate student. The application is evaluated and acted upon by the graduate admissions committee of the department. Typically, a GPA of at least 3.5 in engineering, science, and math is expected.
Students are required to take at least one course in some area of device or instrumentation.
Successfully passing the qualifying exam, as well as completing the master's degree requirements, is required for students to advance to candidacy. Thus, all required master's degree coursework must be completed during the first two years of graduate study.
Each Ph.D. candidate is required to establish a reading committee for the doctoral dissertation within six months after passing the department’s Ph.D..
The Ph.D. candidate is required to take the University oral examination after the dissertation is substantially completed but before final approval.
All courses listed to fulfill the 20-unit requirement must be taken for a letter grade and the GPA must be at least 3.25.
Students not completing their M.S. engineering degree at Stanford are required to take 15 units of formal course work in engineering-related areas as determined by their academic adviser.
For a statement of University policy on graduate advising, see the "Graduate Advising" section of this bulletin.
Ph.D. students are initially assigned a program adviser on the basis of the interests expressed in their application.
Participate in lab sessions with predissected cadaveric material and hands-on learning to gain understanding of the bioengineering human application domain.
Learning computational skills that not only enable simulation of these systems but also apply more broadly to biomedical data analysis.
This pilot class, BIOE103B, is an entirely online offering with the same content, learning goals, and prerequisites as BIOE 103.
Bioengineering focuses on the development and application of new technologies in the biology and medicine.
This course exposes students to the engineering principles and clinical application of medical devices through lectures and hands-on labs, performed in teams of two.
Biomedical Engineering at WashU
College description: Biomedical engineering seeks to advance and integrate life science knowledge with engineering methods and innovations that contribute to improvements in human health and well-being. The university vision is that lasting knowledge of biomedical systems and paradigm-shifting engineering technology will arise from integrating engineering concepts and basic science knowledge from the molecular level to the whole-body level. The university believe that those taught to work across multiple disciplines and to integrate modeling and experimental systems approaches will be uniquely positioned to advance and generate new disciplines in biomedical engineering.Washington University in St Louis has leveraged the university interdisciplinary strengths in engineering and clinical and life sciences to build a biomedical engineering department around research programs of excellence and translational potential: Biomedical Biological Imaging Cancer Technologies Cardiovascular Engineering Molecular Cellular Systems Engineering Neural Engineering thopedic Engineering and Regenerative Engineering in Medicine.Students seeking the PhD in Biomedical Engineering may choose to study in one of seven multidisciplinary research programs that represent frontiers in biomedical engineering. Students graduating with the PhD in Biomedical Engineering are prepared to pursue paths in research and development in academic and industry settings, and they are also ready to contribute to teaching and research translation. The typical MD PhD career combines patient care and biomedical research but leans toward research.Daniel Moran PhD, Arizona State University Motor control neural engineering neuroprosthetics movement biomechanics.Princess Imoukhuede PhD, California Institute of Technology Ligand-receptor signal transduction angiogenesis computational systems bioengineering.Baranidharan Raman PhD, Texas A M University Computational and systems neuroscience neuromorphic engineering pattern recognition sensor-based machine olfaction.Students are exposed to a variety of imaging applications that vary depending on the semester, but may include multispectral remote sensing, astronomical imaging, microscopic imaging, ultrasound imaging, and tomographic imaging.This class is designed to construct a theoretical foundation for ionizing radiation dose calculations and measurements in a medical context and prepare graduate students for proper scientific presentations in the field of x-ray imaging and radiation therapy.Prerequisites: graduate standing Engineering or DBBS.This course is designed for upper-level and first-year graduate students with a background in engineering.
Doctoral students are not required to take or submit scores from the Graduate Record Examination International students must submit TOEFL scores earned within the past two years. Scores of 100 or greater are generally required with no less than 20 on each section.
Letters of recommendation from research mentors are a particularly important part of the graduate application. Descriptions of previous research experience or future research goals in the personal statement portion of the application are also important in the admissions decision.
College description: To train the next generation of leaders in bioengineering, Rice Bioengineering department has created an innovative teaching program that transcends boundaries between bioengineering, basic science, and clinical medicine, integrating the academic, industrial, and societal perspectives.With this educational background, graduates will be well prepared to participate in independent or collaborative research and development endeavors in industry or academia.Graduate programs in bioengineering offer concentrations in areas such as biomedical imaging and diagnostics, cellular and biomolecular engineering, computational and theoretical bioengineering, biomaterials and drug delivery and biomaterials, systems and synthetic biology, and tissue engineering and biomechanics.Master of Science Degree in the field of Bioengineering.Doctor of Philosophy Degree in the field of Bioengineering.Doctor of Philosophy Degree in the field of Bioengineering Doctor of Medicine Degree with Baylor College of Medicine.Although students are not normally admitted to a Master of Science degree program, graduate students may earn the MS as they work towards the PhD.A series of guest lectures will introduce students to a variety of career options in bioengineering.Prerequisite: and and MATH 211 and and CAAM 210 and andRequired for students intending to major in bioengineering. MATH 211 is a concurrent prerequisite and may be taken the same semester.Students may receive credit for only one of BIOE 302, BIOE 322, and BIOC 2.Prerequisite: BIOE 252 and or BIOC 2 ).For students intending to major in Bioengineering.Students may receive credit for only one of BIOE 302, BIOE 322, and BIOC 2 Mutually Exclusive: Cannot register for BIOE 322 if student has credit for BIOC 2 BIOE 302.Description: This course provides a mathematically rigorous and quantitative coverage of the fundamentals of thermodynamics with applications drawn from contemporary bioengineering problems.Description: Understanding the behaviors of cells and biomolecules in health and disease is a prerequisite to appropriately applying modern bioengineering principles.Students may be required to attend lab on a university holiday.Prerequisite: BIOC 341 and or BIOC 320 ).Description: Introduction to the fundamental physical principles of light interaction with matter, separation and detection techniques utilized in the field of bioengineering.
The Rice University Department of Bioengineering will no longer require applicants to submit Graduate Record Examination scores for doctoral program admission, effective immediately. The GRE is not required for all MBE program applicants during the 2020-21 admissions cycle.
Effective immediately, the Rice University Department of Bioengineering has decided to remove the GRE as a requirement for all doctoral program applications.
Application materials received after the deadline will not be considered.
Applicants must use the online application at gradapply.rice.edu.
The online application system requires candidates to select either the Applied Bioengineering concentration or the Global Medical Innovation concentration. If applicant wish to apply to both MBE concentrations, applicant must submit a separate application for each concentration.
If it is applicable to their situation or to the program, applicants must electronically submit TOEFL scores. All applicants must submit a minimum of three recommendation letters, transcripts from colleges/universities attended and the application fee. Applicant may also submit papers applicant have written, a resume, awards received, etc.
The application fee for PhD students does not have the application fee waived this year.
The minimum GPA for admission to both the PhD and the MBE in Global Medical Innovation is 3.2 The minimum GPA for admission to the MBE in Applied Bioengineering is 3.0
Arrangements must be made with the Educational Testing Service to have official, TOEFL scores sent to Rice University.
Applicants whose native language is not English must take the TOEFL test and should score at least 90 on the iBL TOEFL, at least 600 on the paper-based TOEFL, or score 250 on the computer-based TOEFL.
Recruiting weekend is typically held in the month of March immediately proceeding application submission.
The minimum GPA for admission to the MBE in Global Medical Innovation concentration is 3.2 The minimum GPA for admission to the MBE in Applied Bioengineering concentration is 3.0
Applicants to the Global Medical Innovation MBE concentration must attend a required interview, whether virtually or in-person.
Applicants to the Applied Bioengineering MBE concentration are not required to attend an interview.
If applicant are an international student, TOEFL or IELTS scores that are less than three years old are required.
Student teams are required to compete in business plan competitions and many teams have won cash prizes to support the long-term development of their technology.
All students are required to complete prerequisites in Biology, Human Physiology and Statistics.
There is no application required for merit-based scholarships.
The Global Medical Innovation MBE program is a competitive program, however, the Rice University consider each application holistically and on a case-by-case basis. The average GPA for the class of 2020 was 3.75.
The deadline for applications is December 31.
The application process requires an initial Skype Interview and an in-person interview, if invited, with members of the selection committee.
Tuition and fees cover all costs for the international summer program, including: airfare, lodging, ground transportation, and vaccines as required.
The Rice Bioengineering online application system will ask candidates to electronically submit the following items by each program's corresponding deadline.
University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science
College description: 55% of BME PhD students graduate with a national research fellowship or major UVA fellowship.All students take a core of four 3-credit courses.Doctoral students also complete two Elective Educational Experiences to begin the process of life-long learning essential to a career in Biomedical Engineering.MS degree students take 6 credits of MS thesis research and defend a thesis.The Master of Engineering is a 30-graded-credit-hour, 15-month program beginning each fall.Some are in the Medical Scientist Training Program, and others are PhD-only students in Biomedical Sciences training programs.Apply for the final degree applicant wish to obtain. Applicant do not need to complete an M.S. degree before beginning their Ph.D. studies with us.Graduates of the PhD program are well-prepared for careers in academia, government, and industry.The Master of Science includes both coursework and research, culminating in a thesis. Graduates of the MS program typically pursue careers in industry or continue their research endeavors in a Ph.D. program.The Master of Engineering is a professional degree designed to give applicant the precise set of skills and hands-on experiences that the students will need to build a successful private sector career in biomedical technology development.The general requirements for admission to the Ph.D., M.S., or M.E. programs include a bachelor degree from an accredited college or university, a completed application packet with short essay and letters of recommendation.The Biomedical Engineering announces GRE scores are optional for 2020 applicants.
The general requirements for admission to the Ph.D., M.S., or M.E. programs include a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, a completed application packet with short essay and letters of recommendation. GRE scores are optional. TOEFL scores are required for international students whose first language is not English. Qualified applicants who are deficient in certain prerequisites may be admitted with the expectation that they will remedy the deficiencies during the master's program.
You may find it helpful to know that a typical entering class of graduate students has an average undergraduate GPA above 3.5 on a 4-point scale. For students whose first language is not English, TOEFL scores of 250 computer-based/600-paper based, IELTS scores of 7.0 or above or iBT scores of 90 to 100 are recommended.
GRE scores are an optional credential and as an applicant you may decide if you want to submit your scores as part of your application. If you have already taken the GREs and count them as reflective of your abilities, feel free to submit them.
College description: The Bioengineering program provides a broad engineering and biotechnology curriculum, while offering a focus on a specific engineering track that best fits students' interests and career choices. This combination gives the university bioengineering graduates professional flexibility, a distinct competitive advantage in the ever-changing field of bioengineering.The bioengineering master program has two components: an interdisciplinary core curriculum, including one class outside of students' chosen sub-specialty to increase the breadth of bioengineering knowledge and courses required by the department for students' chosen track.Technical foci: Statistical Signal Processing , Inverse Problems, Compressed Sensing, Information Theory, Convex optimization, Machine learning Application areas: Algorithms for geophysical signal processing, Compressed Sensing architectures and evaluation, video and Image data acquisition and processing, bioengineering-metabolic networks.
Application Deadline for Spring is September 15 and Fall is January 15.
1. Application Fee
3. Personal Statement
4. Official GRE scores: GRE not required for current Tufts undergraduates
The GRE is waived for Tufts School of Engineering alumni applying to the School of Engineering master’s degree programs, who completed a bachelor’s degree with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.2/4.0 or greater.
5. Official TOEFL or IELTS, if applicable
7. Three letters of Recommendation
Apply Biomedical Engineering at the University of Michigan
College description: The Master program statistics are also available in an interactive dashboardEnrolled Master students University pays 1-25% of Tuition and Fees.Enrolled Master students University pays 26-50% of Tuition and Fees.Enrolled Master students University pays 51-75% of Tuition and Fees.Enrolled Master students University pays 76-100% of Tuition and Fees.
Application Deadlines for Fall term: U.S. & Canadian students apply by July 1, International students apply by June 1, for Winter term: U.S. & Canadian students apply by Nov 1, International students apply by October 1 and for Spring term: U.S. and Canadian students apply by April 1, International students apply by March 1
You’ll need to provide the follwoung:
1. Personal Statement
2. Statement of Purpose
3. Names and email addresses for 3 three faculty who’ll write letters of recommendation
4. $70 application processing fee
GRE: GRE scores are not required for admission to the SUGS program but are required for admission to the regular Biomedical Engineering M.S.E. and Ph.D. programs. If a student is seriously considering pursuing a Ph.D., the GRE should be taken during the senior year. This also facilitates applications for major national graduate fellowships from the National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research, Whitaker Foundation, and others.
TOEFL: The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is waived for students who have already taken it.
1. Senior standing (85+ hours)
2. GPA of 3.2 or above (Strictly Enforced)
3. Biology 172 or 174, Intro to Biology or AP credit for Biology 195, Intro to Biology
4. Chemistry 210, Structure and Reaction
5. MCDB 310, BiolChem 415, or Chem 351 (Intro to BiolChem)
College description: The Biomedical Engineering offers three distinct pathways to a Master of Science degree.One option is the Plan A or thesis master’s.Another option is the Plan B or coursework master’s. Plan B focuses on developing an advanced understanding of biomedical engineering principles. Courses are selected to provide depth in an area of the student interest and to develop an understanding of the breadth of applications in biomedical engineering.The university also offer a one-year master degree in biomedical engineering specializing in medical technology and innovation.The program provides a unique educational experience in both clinical care and bioengineering design.
Apply before December 1st to avoid application fees!
College description: The graduate program offers the M.Eng., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, and the curriculum is oriented toward a biomedical engineering career and leadership in academia or industry. Weekly seminars offer students an opportunity to become acquainted with the range of bioengineering research here and at other institutions.The Bioengineering offers an integrated program leading to a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in Bioengineering. The purpose of the B.S. M.S. program is to allow interested students to obtain the M.S. degree within one year following completion of the B.S. degree.The first application, submitted during the junior year, is to the Bioengineering and is reviewed and approved by the BENG Graduate Studies Committee. The second application, submitted upon conferral of the B.S. degree, is required for admission into UCSD’s graduate program and includes a $80 application fee Please students in the B.S. M.S. will have their academic records reviewed upon conferral of the B.S. degree. At that time, the Graduate Studies Committee will decide, dependent upon a student’s academic success in prescribed coursework, whether the student will be admitted to the M.S. degree program effective the following Fall quarter.Students in the B.S. M.S. will have their academic records reviewed upon conferral of the B.S. degree.Upon conferral of the B.S. degree, those students admitted to the M.S. degree program will be instructed to complete the UCSD online graduate application and submit required documentation.
Applicants should have competitive grades
By time of admission, applicants are required to have completed a B.S. and/or M.S. degree in a branch of engineering, mathematics, or quantitative life sciences.
Applicant will receive their verbal and quantitative scores immediately after applicant take the GRE. Applicant may self-report those to complete their application for review. So technically, applicant could take their GRE on the deadline day
International students must have a minimum 23 on the speaking portion of the TOEFL.
Only one application fee is required for two programs. Applicant will only need to request one GRE and TOEFL from ETS for UCSD.
Admissions Biomedical Engineering
College description: The Master of Science in Engineering and the Doctor of Philosophy degree programs include a core curriculum and courses from one or areas of specialization selected with the approval of the graduate adviser. Specializations are offered in the following four areas: biomedical imaging and instrumentation cellular and molecular imaging cellular and biomolecular engineering computational biomedical engineering and bioinformatics and molecular, cellular, and tissue biomechanics. The graduate adviser and the Executive Committee of the Graduate Studies Committee must approve deviation from the prescribed curriculum.The master’s degree requires at least 30 semester hours of coursework, including six hours in the thesis course and 18 hours of biomedical engineering coursework. The remaining six semester hours can be selected from courses outside the field of biomedical engineering. These additional courses must be logically related to the student’s program and must be approved by the graduate adviser.A thesis is normally expected however, with the consent of the graduate adviser, the student may follow a degree plan that includes a report or one with neither thesis nor report.Integrated Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Program. The integrated degree program results in simultaneously awarding a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering degree offered by the graduate program in biomedical engineering.
The BME admissions committee takes a holistic approach to application reviews. We fully review every application that we receive by the established deadline. We do not use cut-off scores to eliminate applicants from the pool, and we do not require minimum GRE scores to apply. The committee considers all parts of the application when making admission decisions:
1. Grade Point Average
2. Official GRE scores
3. Three letters of recommendation
4. Structured Personal Statement
5. Undergraduate degree area and institution
7. Research and work experience
8. TOEFL scores, if applicable
9. Contribution to diversity through personal experience and volunteer service
GRE and TOEFL scores (if applicable) are required to apply. Scores must be valid on the application deadline. We do not accept IELTS scores in lieu of TOEFL scores.
Applications for admission are accepted for fall admission only for both doctoral and master's degree programs. All application materials must be received by December 1 for full consideration. We do not typically admit students in the spring semester. Spring admission for doctoral applicants is possible via faculty nomination only. All admissions decision are made in the context of laboratory space and resources available each year.
What to Know Before Applying
College description: The following lists show planned graduate BME course offerings.Other course ideas and degree enhancements may be discovered by exploring graduate minors and specialization areas.BME Graduate Courses planned for Autumn 2020 Spring 2021.
The Department posts no required minima and honors considerations of experience, diversity, research and academic background, and recommendations.
The GRE requirement has been eliminated. The GRE score is no longer required for applicants to the BME graduate program.
Nov 30 - Deadline for International applicants
Dec 15 - Deadline for Domestic applicants
Biomedical Engineering Master Program
College description: Push the possibilities of biomedical solutions with a degree designed to propel their career.In the biomedical engineering graduate program at Stevens, applicant’ll work with recognized leaders in the field, conduct high-impact research and design life-enhancing technology. The university biomedical engineering master’s program graduates thrive in academia, industry, medicine and a range of expanding opportunities in biomedical innovation.Stevens’ multidisciplinary biomedical engineering program blends advanced study in engineering, biology, life sciences, medicine, clinical applications and bioethics. The Stevens Institute of Technology gives applicant the flexibility to pursue the areas of biomedical engineering that interest applicant most.Whether applicant’re looking to quickly build skills in their current industry or gain skills to transition to a new field, a graduate certificate can help applicant level up their career. Credits from these classes can also apply toward a master’s degree.Such degrees can include, but are not limited to, concentrations in biomedical, mechanical, electrical or chemical engineering. The program equally benefits applicants currently working in biomedical engineering or candidates transitioning into the field.Bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 3.0, from an accredited institution.The biomedical engineering master program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put applicant on track for career success.Major advantages of studying biomedical engineering at a premier research institution like Stevens include support for their ideas, great mentors and the best tools for their research.
Program Requirements for Biomedical Engineering Master's Program:
1. Bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 3.0, from an accredited institution
2. Official college transcripts
3. Two letters of recommendation
4. A statement of purpose
5. TOEFL/IELTS scores (for international students)
5. A competitive GRE or GMAT score
*GRE/GMAT is not required for part-time students.
College description: Design and development of new medical products requires advanced bioengineering expertise as well as an understanding of clinical applications, business considerations and regulatory aspects of the medical field.The Biomedical Product Design and Development Track combines graduate-level research and coursework with practical exposure to these clinical, business and regulatory processes in a professional, collaborative environment.They not only work with their own basic and applied research, but also with other researchers in the KU Bioengineering community.
Application fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
The University of Kansas has a required GPA of 3.0 or higher for all graduate students.
Additionally, the Test of Spoken English may be required.
College description: Is provided to those seeking an M.S. degree only in exceptional, rare circumstances. Because of the nature of research at the Master’s level, the university anticipate that three semesters and a summer should be enough time to complete the M.S. degree.A graduate student an a postdoc working in the lab.Teaching Assistant appointments only apply during the 9-month period between August and May.
TOEFL scores must be at least 550 paper–based, 213 computer–based, or 80 for internet–based.
The university department does not require GRE scores.
Their application and supporting materials must be submitted by January 10th.
List of Required Documents for Review
Official TOEFL or IELTS scores
There is no deadline for notification.
Internal Applicants for Blended Program Biomedical Engineering
College description: These programs share a common core curriculum that has been designed to provide graduates a Masters level depth in Biomedical Engineering fundamentals with practical application of the academic depth through a culminating Masters experience, MS Thesis or Project.The Thesis Track is the traditional path toward a Masters in Biomedical Engineering.Students are expected to complete research project work over summer and graduate during the summer session at the earliest.Specifically, the university graduates are prepared for immediate employment in regenerative medicine, biotechnology, or medical technology companies, as well as research specialists laboratory managers at universities or research institutes. Program graduates are also well-prepared to matriculate into bioengineering doctoral programs or graduate programs in the health professions.
All application materials are due at the end of the 2nd week of each quarter
Directions and Forms: Application to the Blended Masters Thesis and Project tracks.
Typically, applicants with a GPA ≥ 3.0 are eligible to be admitted to the program.
The GRE is not required for the Blended Program applicants.
The personal statement should be a page to a page and half and contain three main paragraphs.
Many of the forms required by Grad Ed are now eForms. Historically, this has referred to the Blended Programs Application Approval Form
During the application process, only the applicant needs to sign the application forms.
FAU Bioengineering Graduate Certificate
College description: Bioengineering is a broad and emerging field that impacts drug delivery, surgery, diagnosis, prevention and treatment. Students successfully completing the Master of Science in Bioengineering degree program will be prepared for professional careers in businesses related to medical diagnostics, prosthetic devices, and neural and other implants the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries and consulting in health-related fields, as well as other positions in industry, commerce, education, and government. Students will also be prepared to continue their formal education at the PhD level in a variety of science and engineering disciplines and at the MD level in certain cases.The Bioengineering program is unique by allowing a vast choice of electives including biological sciences, biomedical sciences, complex systems and brain sciences, and nursing in addition to three core courses.
GPA of 3.0 in science, mathematics, and engineering courses.
Thprogram is a 15-credit graduate certificate program focused on the application of engineering and computer science principles to biotechnology, bioinformatics, and biosystems.