Consistently recognized for having one of the nation’s best bioengineering programs, Johns Hopkins University is a leading destination for students pursuing a master’s degree in engineering. The private research university is home to the Center for Bioengineering and Design (CBID), which provides a select group of students with the unique opportunity to earn postgraduate engineering degrees over the course of a single academic year, as opposed to the two-plus years required of many bioengineering master’s programs. CBID students are immersed in the worlds of biodesign and innovation, and graduates are equipped with the tools and experience they need to contribute to the transformation of the healthcare industry through technology.
Students in the CBID MSE program observe the challenges that clinicians face on a regular basis, then break into teams to create devices and technologies that will help improve the cost and accessibility of healthcare. While other bioengineering graduate programs may follow a more traditional curriculum, the CBID program at Johns Hopkins incorporates:
CBID program graduates are available to answer questions that prospective students may have about earning a master’s degree in engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and will happily share their experiences in one of the nation’s most highly regarded bioengineering programs according to U.S. News & World Report. Applications for the CBID program must be submitted online prior to Jan. 5.