Your graduate engineering degree will place you in high demand in today's job market. Great opportunities arise for the top engineers, those skilled in designing the most complex systems. Trine University's Allen School of Engineering & Technology can give you the additional expertise you need through our one-year Master of Engineering with a major in Biomedical Engineering program. You'll be better positioned to excel and obtain the salary and promotions you desire.
In addition, Trine University is one of only a few engineering schools offering traditional students the opportunity to complete both a bachelor of science (BS) degree and a master's of engineering degree simultaneously. The five-year program requires five academic years and one summer of study. Upon completion of the program, you will receive both a bachelor's and master's degree.
We help you increase the value of your bachelor's degree with just one year of design-based, practice-oriented training in biomedical engineering. You need a bachelor of science in the mechanical engineering field or a closely related discipline to be eligible for our one-year Master's of Engineering-Biomedical Engineering program. Evening and late-afternoon classes accommodate working professionals.
The master of engineering degree requires 32 semester credit hours beyond the undergraduate program. The curriculum consists of 21 credits in biomedical engineering, three credits in advanced mathematics, and an eight-credit-hour design project.
The rapidly changing technologies used by leaders in business, industry and government require advanced knowledge of design, development and research. You will create, invent and apply science using state-of-the-art technology and accomplish this through our one-year program. It's all part of our mission to educate knowledgeable engineers who are ready to solve today's industrial challenges.
Many states are considering a proposal to require one year of education beyond the bachelor's degree for registration as a professional engineer. With its emphasis on design and practice, the master of engineering degree offers an excellent base for professional registration.
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Dean, School of Professional Studies