Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

M.S. Biomedical Engineering

The 28 unit M.S. in Biomedical Engineering degree (M.S. BME) is designed to be completed in two years or less of full-time study beyond the Bachelor of Science Degree. The M.S. in Biomedical Engineering can be completed with a thesis, requiring 4 units of BME 594abz, or without a thesis, requiring coursework only.

Program of Study

Required Courses 15 units total

BME 501 | Advanced Topics in Biomedical Systems

BME 502 | Advanced Studies of the Nervous System

BME 511 | Physiological Control Systems

BME 513 | Signal and Systems Analysis

BME 533 | Seminar in Bioengineering

Approved Technical Electives

Neuroengineering Track

The 28 unit Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (M.S. BME with a specialization track in Neuroengineering) can be completed through coursework only which focuses on neuroengineering aspects of the biomedical field. This master’s program provides students with a broad background, linking physiology with engineering science, necessary for entering interdisciplinary careers in neuroengineering fields or for pursuing further graduate studies.
Program of Study

Required Courses 21 units total

BME 501 | Advanced Topics in Biomedical Systems
BME 502 | Advanced Studies of the Nervous System
BME 511 | Physiological Control Systems
BME 513 | Signal and Systems Analysis
BME 533 | Seminar in Bioengineering
BME 552 | Neural Implant Engineering
BME 575 | Computational Neuroengineering

Approved Technical Electives (7 units)

TBD. The Neuroengineering Track is being reconfigured at this time.