If you are considering a career in bioengineering, a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) degree can provide you with the education you need to succeed. At Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID), you won’t just accumulate knowledge; you’ll learn how to put concepts into practice over the course of our intensive, one-year program, gaining invaluable, hands-on experience along the way.
The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design accepts just 20 to 24 Master of Science in Engineering students each year. Throughout the course of the program, students can develop robust relationships with:
The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design’s Master of Science in Engineering program starts off with six weeks of clinical rotations at Johns Hopkins Hospital. During this immersion period, students take note of the challenges faced by physicians and patients here at home, then travel to a resource-constrained clinic overseas to continue their observations. From there, students are assigned into teams and tasked with creating solutions for the problems they encountered during their health trips. The CBID Design Studio provides access to state-of-the-art equipment needed to bring these solutions from concept to prototype.
CBID alumni have produced a wide range of bioengineering tools and technologies, using fundamental engineering concepts and computational methods to improve the global cost and efficiency of healthcare. Our graduates have earned more than $5.8 million in funding for the development of their bioengineering products, many of which have been seen through to commercialization.
Applicants have until Jan. 5 to submit their online applications for the CBID Master of Science in Engineering degree program. The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design will notify accepted applicants by the end of March.