Students in our bioengineering degree programs will learn to integrate principles of engineering and biological systems to develop new technologies and devices that improve human health, fight disease, and aid persons with disabilities. Our biomedical engineering masters program is uniquley positioned to offer educational strengths in engineering, biology, and medicine.
Requirements specific to the bioengineering program include:
- A bachelor's degree, GPA of 3.0 or better, in engineering, biology, chemistry, physics, or another technical field from an accredited institution
- Successful completion of calculus I, II, and III, and differential equations
- At least one course in biology
- For non-engineering undergraduate degrees, we look for coursework indicating an aptitude for bioengineering. High marks in related undergraduate courses such as molecular biology and physical chemistry would indicate such aptitude.
- Applicants who do not have an adequate background in engineering science will be required to take ENPM672, Fundamentals of Thermal Systems, in their first semester.
About the School
The University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering is a premier program, ranked among the top 25 in the world. Located just a few miles from Washington, D.C., the Clark School is at the ... Read More