The Meinig School M.Eng. Program
Biomedical engineering (BME) strives to develop new tools to improve human health. At Cornell’s Meinig School, our goal is to understand the human body as an integrated system through quantitative engineering analysis, and then to develop better therapies, devices, and diagnostics. Our focus is to predict how changes at the molecular level relate to the cellular, tissue/organ, and ultimately to whole body level responses.
Cornell's M.Eng. Degree in BME focuses on professional practice and engineering design. Our five main areas are: instrumentation & diagnostics, biomedical mechanics, biomaterials, drug delivery, and systems biology. Our graduate field faculty span six colleges and 12 departments, bringing a wide range of expertise via your M.Eng project. Students will be well prepared to enter industry, and to make contributions to BME and human health. Through flexible curriculum design, practical interdisciplinary study, advanced hands-on learning and an array of concentrations, these programs can be tailored to meet your specific interests.
You can also explore other M.Eng. fields at Cornell Engineering.