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M.S. in Bioengineering (thesis and non-thesis options)

The Master of Science degree is typically a two-year program, with thesis and non-thesis options. Thesis M.S. students complete core courses and thesis research. Students who choose the non-thesis option are required to take an additional eight credit hours of coursework in lieu of research credit.

For a detailed look at the curriculum and degree requirements, visit the “MS Degree Requirements” page.

Degree Requirements

Learn more about our diverse, multidisciplinary programs that emphasize translational research and applied experiences at the intersection of engineering, biological and medical sciences.

See Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree requirements

See Master of Science (M.S.) degree requirements

See Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree requirements

 

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