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Graduate Program Overview

Consistently ranked #1 in the nation, the Johns Hopkins graduate programs in biomedical engineering will prepare you to be a leader in biomedical research, medicine or industry. Our students are practicing engineers from their first day on campus, solving real-world healthcare and engineering challenges through project-based learning. Our curriculum combines classroom instruction and research projects that allow you to specialize in one of seven 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 Programs

Learn the different paths you can take to earn your master’s degree from Hopkins BME. From one-year and two-year options to an international dual degree program, we have a path to help you achieve your career goals.
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PhD Program

Learn how you can earn your PhD while working alongside leading researchers and clinicians in one of the 3,000+ laboratories at Johns Hopkins.
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AI in Medicine

For medical students, residents, and clinical fellows, the BME department’s MSE program also offers the AI in Medicine focus area to provide advanced training in data science, computational analysis, and artificial intelligence.
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