Biomedical engineering remains one of the most promising and fastest growing career prospects for new graduates. The Department of Biomedical Engineering is pleased to invite the Illinois Tech community to learn about new academic programs that are aimed towards students who are looking to specialize in biomedical engineering on February 19. The new and updated curriculum is designed to reflect the changing needs of the industry and career outlook for graduates. With the roll out of unpaired coterminal programs, there are exciting possibilities for students from other majors in engineering, sciences, and non-sciences. These programs include:
Masters of Science in Data Science and Modeling (non-thesis): https://www.iit.edu/academics/programs/biomedical-data-science-and-modeling-ms
Masters of Science in Medical Devices and Biomaterials (non-thesis): https://www.iit.edu/academics/programs/medical-devices-and-biomaterials-ms
Masters of Science (thesis): https://www.iit.edu/academics/programs/biomedical-engineering-ms
This virtual BME Accelerated Masters Program (AMP) information session will describe the programs, provide examples of possible pairings for different undergraduate programs, and answer questions. There will be an opportunity to connect with advisors via a one-on-one meeting as well.
When: February 19, 2021, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
Where: Join Zoom Meeting
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
Meeting ID: 876 4183 3426