Grad Bioengineering

Earn a Graduate Degree in Bioengineering from the University of Maryland

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Program designed for working engineers and technical professionals.
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Small classes taught by leading experts in academia and industry.
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Graduates from the A. James Clark School of Engineering are sought after by industry and government agencies locally and nationwide.
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No GRE is required for admission, and no thesis or research is required to complete your degree.

Biomedical engineering, which is a sub-discipline within Bioengineering, is steadily becoming the world's largest industrial sector. There is an increasing demand in the job market for doctors who are competent in the latest technologies and engineers who are properly trained in basic medical science. The Fischell Department of Bioengineering at the University of Maryland is the home of this emerging academic discipline, exciting interdisciplinary degree programs, and faculty and students who want to make a difference in human health care through education, research, and invention. Our biomedical engineering masters program is uniquely positioned to offer educational strengths in engineering, biology, and medicine. In just 10 courses, you’ll earn a masters degree that combines the principles of biology, medicine, and engineering to pioneer innovative engineering solutions that improve human health around the world.

Career Outlook For Bioengineers

Top Jobs

  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Biomedical Scientist Researcher
  • Health Care Manager
  • Biomaterials Developer
  • Medical Policy Coordinator
  • Biomedical Equipment Technician

Top Student Employers

  • Medtronic
  • NeuroLex Diagnostics
  • Pulmatrix
  • United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps
  • Emmes Corporation