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Master’s Programs

Our students are practicing engineers from their first day on campus, solving real-world health care and engineering challenges through project-based learning. Our curriculum combines classroom instruction and research projects that allow you to specialize in one of six modern BME disciplines based on the pioneering discoveries of our faculty. Working alongside our faculty and clinical collaborators, you will actively contribute to our mission of scientific discovery, innovation, and translational research that transforms medical practice and improves human health at scale.

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Master's in Biomedical Engineering

Spend one year specializing in advanced BME focus areas and solving real-world engineering problems related to human health and disease through project-based courses. Spend an optional second year conducting research with the world’s leading scientists, engineers, and clinicians in one of 3,000 laboratories throughout Johns Hopkins.
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Master's in Bioengineering Innovation & Design (CBID)

Partner with clinicians and industry leaders to develop solutions to the world’s most critical health care challenges. Travel internationally to identify global health needs and impact clinical care in under-resourced countries.
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Tsinghua JHU-BME Dual Degree Program

Spend year one taking project-based courses in Baltimore and year two conducting research in Beijing, China to earn master’s degrees from two of the world’s leading engineering programs: Johns Hopkins and Tsinghua Universities.
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Master's in Applied Biomedical Engineering (Available through Engineering for Professionals)

Complement your professional experiences through online courses designed to enhance your skills in engineering, with specialized lab opportunities available at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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Student Spotlight

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Sophia Doerr
BME '20
Conducting research in medical imaging and exploring the local culture
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Santiago Balza
BME '20
Studying tissue engineering and finding leisure in Tae Kwan Do
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