Masters in Applied Biomedical Engineering (online)


Online Johns Hopkins University    Whiting School of Engineering

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Engineering (12)

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Are you ready to take your career as a biomedical engineer to new heights? The Masters in Applied Biomedical Engineering (online) programme is here to empower you. Delivered by the prestigious Johns Hopkins Engineering, this part-time, online programme offers you the flexibility to study at your own pace. Immerse yourself in cutting-edge research and practice alongside renowned experts in the field. From designing intelligent engineering solutions to solving critical medical challenges, you'll gain high-demand skills and knowledge. With focus areas in biomechanics, imaging, medical devices, neuroengineering, and tissue engineering, this programme ensures you're equipped for success. Entry requirements include a degree in engineering or a related field with specific prerequisites. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to make a difference in the world of biomedical engineering.

About the course

Enrich your career as a biomedical engineer with a master's degree you can earn online, part-time. Our program is affiliated with the #1 ranked U.S. News & World Report Biomedical Engineering master's. Our online courses will challenge you to think creatively about how to develop intelligent design engineering to solve today’s most critical problems in biology and medicine.

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Entry Requirements

You are expected to hold a degree in engineering.
If you majored in a related science or engineering field, you may also be accepted, provided your background is judged by the admissions committee to be equivalent to that stated above.
Your prior education must include the following prerequisites: (1) mathematics, through ordinary differential equations; (2) calculus-based physics; (3) chemistry; and (4) signals and systems. A grade of B– or better must have been earned in each of the prerequisite courses.




Fees

Graduate (600-level and above) course tuition, before fellowship - $6,290

Graduate course (600-level), final cost - $5,090

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Student Profiles

Emma MacIntyre

“The opportunity to tailor your graduate studies to your interests is invaluable,” said MacIntyre. “I came into my master’s with experience and interest in medical device human factors and was excited to take advantage of the opportunity to spend two semesters pursuing a research project in this field.”

“I would highly recommend pursuing an independent study semester or two to enhance your master’s experience and gain a greater depth of knowledge,” said MacIntyre. “I am thankful for the Whiting School of Engineering’s support in allowing me to grow as a professional engineer!”

Robert McDonald

"Johns Hopkins University is world renowned in a variety of fields, with the biomedical engineering program being top ranked. That alone was enough to make me interested in applying. However, the fact that Johns Hopkins also offered an online, part-time master’s degree in applied biomedical engineering was the detail that sold me on the institution. Being able to pursue a graduate education and work alongside some of the brightest and most acclaimed researchers in their field, all while working full-time from several states away, was an incredible opportunity. I am extremely grateful for my Hopkins education. Since graduating, I have continued to collaborate with many researchers at Johns Hopkins while further developing WREATH and pursuing other academic endeavors. I enjoy the work that we do and want to continue to make connections and find opportunities in this space. It is my goal to pursue a PhD and to continue my work in the medical device field."

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