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M.S. in Engineering (Biomedical)

The course is taught in small, intimate classes that afford a high staff-student ratio. There is an emphasis on topics that directly meet the needs of looking to pursue a career in industry and academic research and development. Topics cover areas such as innovation in medical devices; biomedical instrumentation; biomechanics; physiological measurement; standards, ethics and compliance; control systems; project management and innovation; and a research project undertaken as part of a professional research team.