MS Bioengineering Graduate Studies at Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University offers a prestigious MS (masters) degree program in bioengineering through its renowned Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID). Featuring both a clinical immersion component and a global health trip, this program gives students a closer look at today’s healthcare industry and prepares them to contribute to the innovations of tomorrow.
The unique combination of scientific and clinical perspectives makes the CBID’s bioengineering MS program one of the most robust in the nation. Plus, students receive direct instruction on topics such as:
To complete their experience, students participate in a hands-on design and development project that serves as the capstone of the CBID’s MS bioengineering program. Taking advantage of a state-of-the-art collaborative design studio, teams create, test, refine and present a medical device prototype that fills a distinct clinical need. Throughout this process, students are mentored by clinical sponsors, professional designers, scientists and other industry experts who can provide unique, real-world insight and advice. A number of these projects have even gone on to earn provisional patents and licensing agreements from major biomedical technology companies.
For more information about our MS bioengineering program, contact us today or complete the form below. Our admissions team accepts online applications through Jan. 5, and initial candidates will be contacted for the first round of interviews by the end of January.