Catholic University offers graduate degrees at the masters and doctorate levels of biomedical engineering. Candidates in the masters and doctorate degree programs may choose to pursue a general program, which can emphasizes skills for basic or applied research in medicine, biology and neuroscience.
Goals and Objectives for Our Graduate Students
Students receiving a graduate degrees from the program will have:
- Advanced knowledge of classic and modern engineering principles and techniques.
- Advanced knowledge of human physiology, biology and neuroscience.
- The ability to identify and apply appropriate engineering techniques and methods to certain applications biology and medicine.
- The ability to use engineering theory to facilitate the understanding of the human body through theoretical models and experimental methods.
- An understanding of the current state of engineering technology as applied to clinical practice and biomedical research.