Biomedical engineers integrate engineering technology, biomedical
science, mathematics, and creative problem-solving skills to improve
health and quality of human life. They are innovators who design novel
medical devices and build synthetic replacement components for the
human body. Biomedical engineers develop life-saving technologies like
artificial organs, surgical robots, and advanced prosthetics.
Engineers are designer, innovators, and practical problem solvers in
every sphere of life. The Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.)
prepares students to innovate and design engineered systems to improve
human life in a sustainable world. The M.S.E. program educates
engineers to be able technical leaders in industry as well as to
pursue higher education in their field of interest.