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The M.S. thesis requires a total of 30 credit hours (six of which must be research credits) and the submission and defense of a Master’s thesis. Students must anticipate covering their own tuition and living expenses. Students are welcome to e-mail faculty members directly regarding the availability of such projects in a given faculty member’s research group.
The curriculum for the Master’s program consists of a core of required bioengineering courses supplemented by elective courses that provide greater depth in a specific area of interest.
The minimum time period necessary to complete the Master’s degree is normally 16 months, with at least one academic semester in residence as a full-time student at Clemson University.
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The basic requirement for admission to a bioengineering advanced degree program is a bachelor’s degree from an accredited undergraduate engineering program. Students will most commonly be trained in biomedical engineering/bioengineering, materials science and engineering, chemical engineering, electrical/computer engineering or mechanical engineering, although students from the other traditional engineering disciplines are also accepted.
Exceptional students in physics, chemistry and the life sciences are also considered. Students must demonstrate knowledge in Calculus of Several Variables and Ordinary Differential Equations, as well as biology and physiology at minimum.
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