Every year, a number of the nation’s top bioengineering graduate degree students enroll at Johns Hopkins University, due in part to the institution’s reputation as one of the best bioengineering graduate schools in the nation. For six consecutive years, Johns Hopkins University been named one of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Biomedical Engineering/Bioengineering Schools, earning the No. 1 spot in 2015. While most bioengineering graduate students are enrolled in the university’s traditional MSE program, a translational program that focuses on biodesign and innovation also is offered. This highly competitive one-year master’s program , which typically accepts between 20 and 24 applicants each year, allows bioengineering students to observe real challenges in the healthcare industry, then provides them with the resources and support they need to develop an innovative solution.
The bioengineering graduate degree program offered through the Center for Bioengineering and Design (CBID) entails:
Students interested in earning a bioengineering graduate degree through the Center for Bioengineering and Design must submit an online application prior to December 31. CBID alumni are available to answer questions applicants might have as they decide which bioengineering graduate schools are best for their needs.
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