Graduate Students

Current Graduate Student

Department of Bioengineering Graduate Student Handbook

This manual has been prepared to acquaint students with the basic policies and operating procedures of the Department and to call attention to the more important rules and regulations of the University which apply to graduate students. The Graduate School sets the basic policy for all graduate programs and is responsible for final decisions in policy matters. Read More.

Students who entered program after May 2012

Career Development
CUBEInC Shuttle: CUBEInC Shuttle Emergency Contact: 864-553-6802
CU-MUSC Consortium Agreement
Evaluation Forms
GS2 Form (graduate plan of study)
For TAs: FERPA tutorial
M.S. Thesis/non-thesis Defense Form
M.S. Defense Assessment Form
Ph.D. Dissertation Defense Form
Curriculum Vitae Template
Proposal Defense Guidelines
Qualifying Exam — Written Literature Guidelines
Qualifying Exam — Administration Guidelines
Results of Ph.D. Qualifying Exam/Proposal Defense

NSF-Stanford-NCIIA Fellow Highlighted on SCETV RADIO
Breanne Przestrzelski, a PhD candidate in Dr. John DesJardins's lab, is a of Fellow the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter), which is funded by the National Science Foundation as a partnership between Stanford University and the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance. John Warner, founder of Innoventure describes workshops, panel discussions, and opportunities to pitch students’ designs to potential business partners. Bre organizes these events to help students learn how to commercialize intellectual property.