Biomedical Engineering Graduate Degree Programs


Biomedical Engineering Graduate Degree Programs

The Department of Biomedical Engineering offers graduate programs in Engineering leading to a Master of Science (MS) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree. The program is designed to train our graduates for careers in biomedical engineering industries, research and leadership. Our primary goal is the development of knowledge and technology to improve the quality of life for all humanity.

Student & Faculty Research

Our dedicated faculty are nationally recognized experts and are committed to the highest standards of teaching, research and student success. Graduate students are able to select several faculty members whose research may be of interest and work side by side on faculty research. To gain further insight on our different research areas at Parks College, potential graduate students are encouraged to review the following links:

Recent Graduate Student Projects

  • Physical model of degenerative disc disease
  • Design and fabrication of dermal regeneration templates
  • Design and fabrication of tissue engineering scaffolds
  • Role of 3D environment in the evaluation of anticancer drug sensitivity.
  • Decoupling key cell-matrix interactions that affect cancer cell responsiveness to anticancer drugs in bioengineered 2D extracellular matrix



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How to apply, tuition and financial aid, frequently asked questions and more.


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View our graduate program catalog to learn more about the program and research areas.

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Assistantships augment your educational objectives and assist in the prompt and successful completion of your degree program.


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Explore our offered degrees, areas of research and get a sense of what defines Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology in our latest Graduate Programs Brochure.


All inquiries, questions and applications may be directed to our Graduate Programs Assistant at 314-977-8306 or