Engineering class


Master of engineering in biomedical engineering

The master of engineering in biomedical engineering is a non-thesis degree requiring 30 credit hours and a capstone comprehensive exam. It is designed for working engineers. Applicants are encouraged to have at least one year of post-baccalaureate professional work experience prior to starting the program. No financial assistance (fellowships, research and teaching assistantships) are provided to students in the master of engineering program.

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Program requirements

Admission criteria

Restrictions on financial assistance

Core course requirements

There are three core, or common, course requirements that are mandated for students in all areas of study. These courses provide students with what the faculty consider to be essential foundational information. The courses provide a means for consistently assessing student and program performance.

  1. Biomedical instrumentation
  2. Physiology
  3. Technical elective: biomedical technology assessment or
    product development of medical devices

Learning objectives

Graduates earning the master of engineering degree will be able to:

For more information about this program, contact:

Dr. Dean Jeutter
Director, Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering Program


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College of Engineering
1515 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Dean's office: (414) 288-6591
Prospective students: (414) 288-7302
Academic Advising Center: (414) 288-6000
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