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The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers programs leading to the Master of Science (thesis or non-thesis option) and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

The main areas of graduate study and research are:

  • Biomedical instrumentation and devices
  • Biomedical signal and image processing
  • Medical Physics (Accredited Graduate Program)
  • Applications of computers to diagnostic and therapeutic systems
  • Neurosensory and neuromuscular systems and devices
  • Biomedical optics and lasers
  • Tissue engineering
  • Biomechanics, biofluid dynamics
  • Rehabilitation engineering

Under the guidance of an academic advisor from the Department, each student designs an individual program of study and research.

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