Biomedical Engineering Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies in the Department of Biomedical Engineering Offer Access to New York and Widen your Career Options

Join an entrepreneurial culture that fosters new technologies from concept to commercialization, with a focus on nanotechnology, biomedical technology and healthcare delivery.

Our design-driven degree programs in the emerging fields of biomedical engineering and bioengineering will give you the tools you need to assume professional and leadership roles in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device and life sciences industries, as well as in academic, research, clinical and regulatory institutions. The department also offers a "mini-graduate" program leading to the Certificate of Special Study in Bioengineering.

Thanks to our active alumni community and central location, you’ll be able to build your professional network and explore career opportunities in New Jersey and New York City, both global hubs for the booming pharmaceutical, medical research and technology industries. Department graduates are also well-prepared to further their studies in medical, dental, veterinary and other professional schools.

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Stevens Success Story: Mohammad Mir ’23

This Stevens Ph.D. candidate and the team of researchers in Jinho Kim’s laboratory have helped develop patented medical devices and procedures with diverse healthcare implications.

Program Features

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Online Degree Options

Get a degree or professional certificate — including a master’s degree — in a high-demand, high-impact field entirely online. Study with the same distinguished faculty as on-campus students.

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Lectures and Seminars

The department periodically invites a preeminent scientist for a sequence of informal talks and formal lectures. Awareness of recent developments in your field is an important component of professional development. Therefore, attendance at seminars is required of all full-time graduate and doctoral students.

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Student Organizations

Stevens is home to a number of graduate student societies. Within each department, these organizations foster collaborative student relationships to help you find friends and to provide a sense of home while you're away from home.

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International Students

International students from more than 60 countries are welcomed not only by the Stevens campus community, but also by the city of Hoboken, our charming home city that is just minutes from all that New York City has to offer.

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Financial Aid

Your estimated cost of attendance includes many things — tuition is only one part of the equation. Examine the information that will help you estimate your graduate education costs.

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Assistantships and Fellowships

Stevens offers funding to select graduate students in the form of teaching assistantships, research assistantships and fellowships. Limited in number, these highly competitive opportunities are awarded to exceptional candidates based on merit.

I was an Innovation and Entrepreneurship doctoral fellow. In the I&E program they encourage you to think bigger and do more with your research.
Vrajeshri Patel, Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering

Research and Teaching

Biomedical engineering research offers opportunities of great variety and scope, from the most immediate and practical to the highly theoretical. With an emphasis on cross-disciplinary thinking and collaboration, our department provides access to equipment and expertise not usually available within a single department.

The Department of Biomedical Engineering is home to more than a dozen labs equipped with the latest in cutting-edge technology, focused on such areas as biomechanics, control systems, engineering physiology, imaging and neuroengineering.

The department also hosts the Semcer Center for Healthcare Innovation, the university’s state-of-the-art tissue engineering lab and hub for interdisciplinary biomedical research.

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Graduate Admissions

Questions? Visit the Graduate Admissions web page. Ready to take the next step? Apply below.

Center for Student Success

The department’s Center for Student Success team is dedicated to furthering the Stevens mission of student centricity by fostering academic and leadership development, career readiness, and personal growth in all graduate students enrolled in our programs. 

Our team ensures that you have all the resources you need to succeed during your time at Stevens and beyond. Our personalized academic advising model and robust series of events and programs will introduce you to cutting-edge research, industry partners and alumni networks.