Changing Health Care
Through engineering, science and technology, we're making a difference.
Engineering new approaches to human health.
Graduate programs are held in the GEAR Center at the Community College for Sioux Falls.
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (M.S.)
The Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering will position you well for research and development careers in the biomedical industry. It also prepares you for additional training at the doctoral level. Our program includes an accelerated option where up to 12 credits applied toward completion of a bachelor's program may be used to satisfy graduate credit.
- Medical Product Development and Manufacturing - This specialization focuses upon providing masters students with training to design next-generation medical products, including course knowledge on regulatory pathways and commercial marketing for biomedical products.
Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Engineering (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. program will prepare a you for a career as a researcher who advances the frontiers of biomedical science and engineering with attention to generating new ideas for commercialization.
For more detailed admission requirements, please refer to Department of Biomedical Engineering in the current graduate catalog. Additional requirements exist for international applicants. For more information, visit International Admission Requirements. For additional details about the graduate biomedical engineering programs, contact Graduate Admissions at 605-658-6200 or email email@example.com.
The Classroom & Beyond
Graduate Assistantships are available ($6,314 - $30,000 yr.) on a competitive basis. Awarding of assistantships is based on availability, ability to communicate well in oral/written English and satisfactory performance in coursework.
Learn more about our graduate program guidelines through our handbooks for Master's and Ph.D. students.
Our program is housed in the Graduate Education and Applied Research (GEAR) Center in Sioux Falls. The GEAR Center was opened to stimulate applied research and commercialization in South Dakota.