Biomedical Engineering Master of Engineering (M.E.) – Biomedical Engineering Specialization

Degree Overview

Hear Professor Arun Kota explain how CSU's online biomedical engineering master's program helps students improve lives through interdisciplinary training and research.

Earn your master's in biomedical engineering online from CSU

Biomedical engineering lies at the intersection of biomedical challenges and engineering solutions. This coursework-only degree provides a transdisciplinary focus on improving health, fighting disease, and aiding persons with disabilities. This program is uniquely positioned to offer educational strengths in engineering, the sciences, and animal and human medicine. Students gain a foundation in biomedical engineering in a flexible online format designed for working professionals.

During the online biomedical engineering master's program, you explore concepts in:

  • Structure and function of biomaterials
  • Material issues in mechanical design
  • Design and data analysis

Advance your career in a growing industry

As healthcare demands rise due to an aging population, so will the demand for biomedical engineers to develop innovative medical solutions. Recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates employment for biomedical engineers to increase by 23% by 2024.

The skills you learn in this program are applicable to the fields of:

  • Biomaterials
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Tissue engineering
  • Biosensors
  • Wound healing
  • Drug delivery
  • Nanotechnology
  • Military medicine
  • Prosthesis

Such a wide range of relevant industries gives you the flexibility to pursue an array of employment opportunities.

Discover what makes CSU's online program different

To ensure you get a comprehensive education, CSU developed the master's in biomedical engineering degree with input from four colleges and 13 departments within Colorado State University. This provides you with both depth and breadth of knowledge to bring into your career.

Learn from faculty with a wealth of research and industry knowledge in topics like:

  • Biomaterial tissue engineering
  • Nanotechnology
  • Bone biology and mechanics

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