Master of Engineering, Clinical Engineering

Clinical Engineering Plan of Study

Curriculum & Program Outline

All students apply and are admitted to the UConn Graduate School.  Students are expected to complete a 30 credit (10 courses) Master of Engineering program.  The program takes approximately 3 years to complete. These courses provide students with the necessary depth of study (beyond the undergraduate level) for a thorough understanding of modern clinical engineering techniques and technologies. 

All courses are offered via online delivery.

MENG Core Courses (12 credits)

  1. ENGR 5311 – Professional Communication & Information Management
  2. ENGR 5312 – Engineering Project Planning & Management
  3. ENGR 5314 – Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  4. ENGR 5315 – MENG Capstone Projects

Clinical Engineering Concentration courses (18 credits)

  1. BME 5020 – Clinical Engineering Fundamentals
  2. BME 5030 – Human Error & Medical Device Accidents
  3. BME 5040 – Medical Instrumentation in Hospital
  4. BME 5050 – Engineering Problems in Hospitals
  5. BME 5070 – Clinical Systems Engineering
  6. BME 6086 – Special Topics Course: Medical Device Cybersecurity

Application Deadlines

Summer Semester: April 21st

Fall Semester: July 21st

Spring Semester: December 9th