Bioengineering

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
Deadline: Mar 15, 2025
13 place StudyQA ranking:2241 Duration:18 months

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The program provides rigorous and advanced training in engineering with a focus on biological and medical sciences. The flexible curriculum allows students to select their own graduate coursework in math, biomedical sciences, bioengineering, and other science and engineering disciplines. Students may register for courses from any School in the University; our students typically take courses in the Schools of Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Medicine.

To fulfill the requirements for the MSE degree, students must take 10 courses at the 500 level or above. You may choose to write a thesis or complete the non-thesis degree. The two options differ only in the distribution of courses. Many students, especially those interested in research or later pursuing a PhD or MD, choose to write a thesis.

Courses:
  • 1 Math course
  • 1 Biological Science courses (Students may select from BE 513, BIOM 600, or another Biology course
  • 2 Bioengineering graduate courses (must be BE courses)
  • 3 SEAS and or Biomedical Science Electives
  • 1 general elective course from any science or engineering discipline
An undergraduate degree (BSE) in an engineering subject, orAn undergraduate degree from an accredited natural science major, with completion of the following minimum coursework:One year of physics with calculus and laboratory.One course each in engineering mechanics, electrical circuits and electronics, and fluid mechanics or transport phenomena.One year each in biology and chemistry.Organic chemistry is also recommended. English Language Requirements IELTS band: 7.5 TOEFL paper-based test score : 600 TOEFL iBT® test: 100

The University of Pennsylvania understands that the cost of a graduate or professional education today is a major investment for most students and their families. We are committed to making a Penn education accessible for all talented and qualified students. Extremely limited internal funding opportunities are available for master's degree candidates.

Due to limited resources, master's candidates are typically not provided fellowship or research support. You should not count on getting financial assistance, beyond loans, if you join our department as a master's student.

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