The Master of Science in Bioengineering combines engineering concepts with biology, medicine, health and computer sciences to teach students how to develop new medical devices, treatments and materials. Our curriculum offers concentrations in biomedical engineering and cell/metabolic engineering.
Wilkes University engineers benefit from hands-on experiences unparalleled at other institutions in the region. Lab and classroom instruction includes training in cell and molecular techniques, bioinformatics, 3-D imaging and design software and instrumentation, and various simulation technologies.
About the School
The brand new 72,500-square-foot Cohen Science Center is a monument to research and innovation. Housing the departments of Biology and Health Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Environmental En ... Read More