Master of Engineering, Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering 

This current MENG concentration is not eligible for UConn visa sponsorship. Please contact ISSS for more information regarding programs that allow UConn visa sponsorship at international@uconn.edu.

The Professional Education program offers working engineers an online grad-level education with the knowledge, skills and experience in the practice of biomedical engineering with two specific tracks: (1) Biomechanics Engineering, or (2) Clinical Engineering.

The Master of Engineering (MENG) Biomedical Engineering online degree offers two areas of concentration: Biomechanics Engineering, and Clinical Engineering with online learning modalities and synchronous and asynchronous coursework. Students can complete UConn’s Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering Degree remotely, 100%, from anywhere in the world.

To view the Master of Engineering Clinical Engineering Plan of Study and Learning Outcomes CLICK HERE.

To view the Master of Engineering Biomechanics Engineering Plan of Study and Learning Outcomes CLICK HERE.

Application Deadlines

Spring Semester:
December 2nd