Tuition & Fees
In keeping with Temple’s commitment to access and affordability, this Master of Science in Bioengineering offers a competitive level of tuition with multiple opportunities for financial support.
Tuition rates are set annually by the university and are affected by multiple factors, including program degree level (undergraduate or graduate), course load (full- or part-time), in-state or out-of-state residency, and more. These tuition costs apply to the 2018–2019 academic year.
Pennsylvania resident: $1,135.00 per credit
Out-of-state: $1490.00 per credit
The College of Engineering reflects the diversity that has always been a hallmark of life at Temple. With students from all 50 states, 129 countries and with cultural backgrounds of all kinds, Temple’s classrooms are enriched with countless perspectives, giving students a global point of view across disciplines and fields, and strengthening bonds that encourage success among students.
As a community, Temple’s shared responsibility is to enhance the quality of life for all members of the Temple community, providing a safe, supportive and welcoming environment in which to learn, work and grow.
Job market demand for biomedical engineers is expected to increase by approximately 27 percent. This is attributed to an aging population’s increased demand for biomedical devices and interventions. As a result, you can expect to see more openings in bioengineering for positions with
- biotech companies,
- device manufacturers,
- government regulatory agencies,
- pharmaceutical companies doing research and development,
- Ph.D. programs,
- research labs at universities and hospitals, and
- the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
You’ll need to complete an application online. There is a $60 application fee.
To apply you should have a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Students with degrees in other related disciplines may be considered but may need to take preparatory courses before applying. The department identifies the need for prerequisite coursework on an individual basis.
- References: You’ll need three letters of recommendation. If sending by email, these should come directly from your reference writer’s personal email address.
- Goals statement: In one to two pages, describe your relevant technical experiences and career goals.
- GRE score: The test must have been taken within five years of the application date. Minimum scores for the College of Engineering: Verbal: 150, Quantitative: 151, Analytical Writing: 4.5. Your official scores should be sent directly from the Educational Testing Agency. The institutional code for Temple is 2906.
- Current professional résumé
- Transcripts: Official transcripts should be sent directly from the institution.