Johns Hopkins University offers a one-year MSE program for innovative individuals who are looking to make a difference. This program is run through our Center of Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID) department and features clinical rotations, global health trips, and team-based device prototyping. At the end of our intensive program, students have a well-researched and thoroughly vetted medical device prototype that they can use to launch their own companies or help them get the foot in the door at leading hospitals and medical technology firms around the world. In fact, our CBID alumni have been very successful in that regard!
The benefits of choosing the one-year MS program at the CBID cannot be overstated. Our students get to shadow and learn from world-renowned physicians at Johns Hopkins Hospital. They are mentored by leading engineers, esteemed clinicians, and other industry professionals. This program emphasizes field work and hands-on experiences rather than lectures and exams, allowing our students to have a better understanding of the real issues affecting patients and hospitals today. This is why our students have gone on to work for such illustrious companies as:
Completing the one-year MSE program through the CBID has the potential to launch your career. And, better than that, help you make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. If you’d like more information about our program and requirements, contact us today and we’ll be glad to answer your questions.