The M.Eng. in Biomedical Engineering (BME) degree program provides an in-depth advanced engineering education to students who have completed a bachelor of science degree in engineering or science anddesire to embrace an industrial career in the field of medical technology. It provides an intellectually rigorous professional graduate education that emphasizes clinical applications and biomedical engineering design to better train a workforce to sustain a growing biomedical industry in South Carolina and in the United States. This program is based on core biomedical engineering and relevant clinical applications, providing the basis for strong technical contributions in industry. This program prepares engineering graduates forprofessional practice in BMEand leadership roles in the biomedical science and technology private sector to help develop and sustain economic growth.
More information can be found in this graduate handbook.
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The minimum requirement for this degree is one year of full-time graduate study or its equivalent. Eligibility for graduation requires a minimum of thirty (30) graduate credits consisting of 15-17 credits from a recommended core and 13-15 credits of technical elective courses. An internship of 1-2 credits is expected for graduation. No thesis is required for this degree. A student who has previous graduate work at another institution that has not been used towards a degree may petition the Graduate Committee to transfer up to nine (9) semester credit hours of relevant course work with grades of ”B” or better.
Admission to a graduate level program is controlled by the Graduate School at Clemson University. M.Eng. in BME applicants must meet the minimum requirements established by the University for admission to a graduate program. In addition, individuals with the following qualifications will be admitted into the M.Eng. program:
The department does not provide assistantship support for M.S. or M.Eng. students