Biomedical Engineering MS

The objective of the master’s degree program is to prepare a student for research and development careers in biomedical industry and further research at the doctorate level. Students completing their MS degrees will graduate with a high level of competence in: 

  • The application and characterization of various forms of biomaterials 
  • The acquisition and processing of medical signals and images 
  • The computation and simulation of phenomena in biomechanical systems 
  • Transferring their understanding of biomaterials, biomechanics, and signal processing to the creation of new applications
  • The application of biomedical transport phenomena

An Accelerated Master's Program is available, enabling students to complete the MS degree in as little as five years.

Program Contact

Dr. Steve Smith
Department Head
Nanoscience & Nanoengineering
Phone: (605) 394-5268
Office: EP 220  

Dr. Johnica Winter
NANO-BME Program Coordinator
Nanoscience & Nanoengineering
Phone: (605)-394-1911
Office: EP 235A