Johns Hopkins University offers a fast-paced and dynamic MS program for individuals who want to specialize in the design of health care solutions. This program, offered through the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID), allows students to earn a Master of Science in Engineering degree with an emphasis in bioengineering innovation and design from one of the nation’s top universities. One of the longest-tenured programs of its kind, the CBID’s one-year MSE program gives students real-world experience in the medical device development process – an invaluable advantage when it comes to starting a professional career.
The primary focus of the CBID MSE degree program is the design of innovative health care solutions. Students first observe clinicians at Johns Hopkins Hospital, then travel to a developing nation to identify the most pressing challenges faced by both physicians and patients. These once-in-a-lifetime opportunities provide the foundation for the development component of the program.
Once students have identified several aspects of day-to-day healthcare that are in need of improvement, they work in teams to bring a novel solution to fruition. As part of this process, they:
By the end of the program, students are well-prepared to make an immediate impact in the field of global healthcare – be it as a biomedical or materials engineer, a patent examiner, a healthcare industry consultant or in a number of other challenging and dynamic roles.
For more information about our MS program with an emphasis in the design of health care solutions, contact Johns Hopkins University today. We are accepting applications for our CBID MSE degree program online until Jan. 5.