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Earn Your Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering

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The Online Advantage

The Online Advantage

Learn from anywhere, according to your own schedule

Balance your studies with other life commitments

Enjoy small class sizes and close online interactions with faculty and peers

Complete your study all year round, part-time or full-time

Choose from Fall and Spring start points
With You All The Way

With You All The Way

Our trained Enrollment and Executive Coaches will help you through each step of the educational process, from exploring available programs to completing your degree and beyond. Your coaches can help you to:
  • Navigate the admissions process and connect you with campus resources
  • Discover, track and achieve your personal, educational, and career goals
Application Deadline

Application Deadline

The Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering program has a rolling application deadline, but the sooner you apply, the better.
Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

  • Online application and non-refundable application fee
  • Official transcripts showing quantitative background including 3 semesters of college calculus
  • Minimum of 3.0 GPA recommended
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Additional evidence of potential for excellence in research as demonstrated by previous research experience
  • Official GRE scores
  • Personal statement addressing your reason of interest in pursuing a graduate degree
  • TOEFL scores (for international applicants)
  • Resume optional
Why an M.Eng Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers?

Why an M.Eng Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers?

BME is one of the fastest-growing fields in engineering, and our student-centric program prepares graduates for success by offering:
  • Broad training in quantitative BME with a focus on professional development
  • A faculty of leaders in molecular, cellular, and nanosystem bioengineering, biomaterials engineering, neurotechnology, and more
  • A curriculum built for passionate researchers in tissue engineering, biomaterials, drug delivery, and beyond
  • Ties to the world’s leading pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology corporations
  • A growing alumni network
A Top M.Eng Biomedical Engineering Program

A Top M.Eng Biomedical Engineering Program

This is just a taste of what’s happening in the Rutgers BME department:
  • Professor Martin Yarmush’s recently-awarded patent describes a system comprising an extracorporeal bioreactor containing a population of undifferentiated multipotent stromal cells (MSCs) for treating liver failure
  • Professor William Craelius was awarded the 2013 QED Innovation Award for Dynawheel™, a digital health-enabled rehabilitations device he developed to help people recover from stroke and neuromuscular injuries
  • Professor Noshir Langrana and team have received a US patent on an "Agent delivery system capable of selectively releasing an agent"
The Curriculum

The Curriculum

Explore six critical areas of BME: biomaterials and tissue engineering; biomechanics and rehabilitation engineering; computational bioengineering and biomedical imaging; molecular, cellular, and nanosystems bioengineering; neuroengineering; and physiological systems and bioinstrumentation. Plus, have the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty for independent study.