The Master of Science in Bioengineering is tailored for students who have a strong science background, and who would like the skills needed to develop materials and devices at the intersection of life science and engineering. A master’s in bioengineering prepares students to enter the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device or life science industries. It will also prepare them for a Ph.D. in biology, bioengineering, or related field as well as preparation for other professional health careers.
This interdisciplinary program focuses on tissue engineering and regenerative medicine methods to improve healthcare. The bioengineering graduate program builds on a foundation of molecular biology and chemistry while also adding elements of bioengineering design. Students may elect to choose thesis or non-thesis options, depending on their professional goals. For those who select the non-thesis option, there is a project option which gives the student research experience for course credit. Graduates of this program will be well positioned to succeed with careers in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies in addition to biomedical research and regulatory institutions.
The bioengineering program is a blend of both engineering courses and strong science courses (chemistry and chemical biology). The bioengineering program places an emphasis on applications of tissue engineering which includes the development of new tissues or organs from cells and scaffolds.
- Research Scientist
- Clinical Scientist
- Quality Control Analyst
- Research Associate
- Science/Medical Writer
- Process Development Engineer
Bioengineering Research Areas
- Tissue Engineering
- Cell Biology
- Biochemistry/Chemical Biology
- Molecular Biology
The BCB department has attained international recognition for its research in mass spectrometry, green chemistry, nanotechnology and in healthcare and medicine. Faculty and students apply their knowledge and skills to solve critical, real-life challenges.
Mass Spectrometry is a rapidly advancing scientific discipline. At Stevens, we provide the most current frontier-level research programs in this growing field.
Our research focuses on two areas: multifunctional tissue/organ formation and nanomedicine in cancer, among other projects.
Center for Healthcare Innovation
The Center for Healthcare Innovation(CHI) supports Stevens faculty-and student-initiated research and educational programs.
Leading-edge studies in Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs) that control upper-limb prostheses, how the brain controls complex hand movements.
Admission into the master's degree or graduate certificate programs requires an undergraduate degree in engineering, or in a related discipline, with a grade point average of "B" or better from an accredited college or university.
All applicants must submit the following documents to be considered for admission:
- Completed online application for admission
- Official college transcripts from all colleges attended
- Two letters of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- GRE scores*
- Application fee
*GRE scores required for all applicants applying into a full-time graduate program in the School of Engineering & Sciences (Code #2819). Scores are valid for five years prior to the application term. GRE required for all Ph.D. applicants.
Additional Requirements for International Applicants
TOEFL/IELTS - International students (Code #2819).
Approximately two weeks following receipt of the above materials, you will receive a decision letter from the Office of Graduate Admissions. If accepted you will receive an acceptance letter outlining the program to which you were accepted, as well as your assigned academic advisor's contact information.
For questions related to program requirements, please check with the Office of Graduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details on deadlines and how to apply please visit the Office of Graduate Admissions website.
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Last updated January 30, 2018