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Graduate Degrees

Through its graduate degree programs, the Department of Biomedical Engineering offers qualifying students an opportunity to participate in ground-breaking research in sensing and imaging, optics, biomechanics and biomaterials. Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Science, Master of Engineering, Master of Engineering/ Master of Business Administration (in conjunction with the Mays Business School), and Doctor of Engineering degrees are obtainable.

Learn about the Biomedical Graduate Degrees.

Undergraduate Degree

The undergraduate degree program in Texas A&M's Department of Biomedical Engineering prepares students to find meaningful employment in the biomedical science and medical device industry, including manufacturers, research organizations, government agencies and hospitals; enter and succeed in graduate school in biomedical engineering or other engineering and related disciplines; and enter and succeed in professional schools, including medical, dental and law.

Learn about the Biomedical Undergraduate Degree.