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The Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering prorgam has a rolling application deadline, but the sooner you apply, the better.
- Application for admission
- Official transcripts or previous academic work
- Three letters of recommendation
- Official GRE scores
- Personal statement
- A non-refundable application fee
- TOEFL scores (for international applicants)
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
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”
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.