Master of Science Bioengineering Innovation & Design

The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID), housed within the Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, is a one year MSE degree program with a focus on biomedical device design and commercialization of technology.

The Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design provides full immersion in the design aspect of biomedical engineering and gives students opportunities to design, develop, build, and test devices that solve some of the most pressing problems facing clinicians today.

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Brief Program Overview

The CBID program has offerings for both undergraduate and graduate students. Undergraduate students on the Homewood campus may become involved in our BME Design Teams where they will work with fellow undergraduate students in coming up with ideas for new devices, developing prototypes, researching intellectual property, writing business plans, and presenting their designs to fellow students, faculty, and outside advisors.

The CBID one-year masters program allows students to work closely with physicians at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to first identify problems and then design and build products to solve these problems.

This non-research based graduate program will award a Masters of Science in Engineering in Bioengineering Innovation and Design.

Incorporated in all the BME design curriculum is a focus on technology commercialization. All students, graduate and undergraduate, will interact with clinical and corporate sponsors and have experiences that promote the development of their leadership, communications, and marketing skills, thus helping to ensure our graduates’ professional success.