Climate change. Renewable energy. Smart grids. Clean vehicles. Long-lasting batteries. By incorporating theory and applied engineering training this collaborative program is resourced through six School of Engineering departments and the Graduate School-New Brunswick, along with the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the Rutgers Business School. Students are trained to solve real-life engineering problems in energy-related fields.
The Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program is intended for promising students aiming to make original contributions to the field of biomedical engineering. We offer degrees that reflect individual student goals from career advancement to research-intensive. Our students receive outstanding graduate-level training from among six critical areas of biomedical engineering and technology, including:
• Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
• Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Engineering