It’s an incredibly dynamic field, with almost unlimited promise for the treatment of health conditions, and there’s no better place to enter it than in the hands-on, student-centered, and career-focused learning environment of our master’s program in biomedical engineering.
Explore all of the fascinating focus areas
The program provides you with exciting opportunities to explore multidisciplinary focus areas that address:
- Medical devices such as artificial lungs, replacement heart valves, pacemakers, dental implants, catheters, stents, and hip and knee prostheses
- Biomaterials in medicine (metals, ceramics, polymers, nanomaterials)
- Biomedical Imaging
- Biomedical Instrumentation — for example, biosensors and bioanalytics
- Tissue Engineering
With a biomedical engineering master’s degree from the University of New Haven you will be superbly prepared to take your place in the field as a competent engineer with skills set sought by the global market and as a researcher capable of independent investigation. You will also have another skill to add to your set— the ability to present results of an independent investigation cogently. In the 21st century, engineers are expected to be comfortable in communicating their ideas and findings. In fact, it has become a must for employers.
What You'll Study
A non-calculus-based course which includes basic concepts of probability and statistics. These concepts are applied to problems in human biology, industrial/occupational health, and epidemiology. Introduction to and use of the computer package SPSSx for data analysis.
This course reviews the basic principle of polymer science, common synthetic and natural polymers, and the specific applications of polymers in biomedical areas such as biomedical implants, drug delivery, tissue engineering, and medical diagnostics. The content includes special properties of polymers, basic principles of polymer synthesis and characterization, commonly used synthetic and natural biomedical polymers, specific applications of biomedical polymers, and the principle of green chemistry and engineering in polymer materials design. This course is designed for students who are interested in polymer science and its applications in biomedical engineering.
Principles of modern statistical experimentation and practice in use of basic designs for scientific and industrial experiments; single factor experiments, randomized blocks, Latin squares; factorial and fractional factorial experiments, surface fitting designs.
Topics include the study of ordinary and partial differential equations and their applications to mechanical engineering. Laplace transforms. Fourier analysis. Vector calculus. Complex variables. Use of contemporary software to complement and facilitate the analysis.
The University of New Haven offers a wide variety of in-depth courses that create a transformational educational experience for our students. To view the complete list of courses you'll take while pursuing a Masters of Science in Biomedical Engineering, check out the Academic Catalog:
Learn from professors who are dedicated to your success.
Our faculty are leaders and innovators in their fields, bringing both deep professional experience and academic rigor to the classroom.
An advanced degree from the University of New Haven will help you take your career to the next level. Each program offers convenient scheduling, personalized attention, and state-of-the-art facilities.
The University of New Haven Graduate School is an excellent value with reasonable tuition. Of course, you will still have bills to pay and the Financial Aid office can help.