Curriculum

The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design MSE program is intended for a student with an undergraduate degree in an engineering discipline and who also may have industry or research experience. The 12-month program begins at the start of summer and runs continuously through the fall and spring semesters. Students will graduate with a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) in Bioengineering Innovation and Design degree in late May at the Homewood campus commencement.

Note: the curriculum is subject to change.

Summer Courses

580.601 – Seminar: Special Topics in Bioengineering Innovation and Design
660.604 – The Business of Bioengineering Innovation and Design
580.608 – Identification and Validation of Medical Device Needs
580.618 – Identification and Validation of Global Health Needs
580.621 – Insight Informed Innovation I

Fall Semester

580.602 – Seminar: Special Topics in Bioengineering Innovation and Design
580.607 – Regulation of Medical Devices
660.606 – The Business of Bioengineering Innovation and Design
580.611 – Biomedical Device Design and Innovation (for US market)
580.619 – Principles and Practice of Global Health Innovation and Design
580.621 – Insight Informed Innovation II

Spring Semester

580.603 – Seminar: Special Topics in Bioengineering Innovation and Design
660.606 – The Business of Bioengineering Innovation and Design
580.612 – Biomedical Device Design and Innovation (for US market)
580.619 – Principles and Practice of Global Health Innovation and Design

 

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