What is Biomedical Engineering?
Alongside these faculty members, students engage in top-level research at the School of Medicine. Working as part of design teams, students develop much-needed therapies and devices from concept to prototype, and some even commercialize their inventions. An industrial liaison office also fosters interaction between Hopkins biomedical engineering teams and industry, resulting in exciting collaboration and employment opportunities.
Part-time & Online Programs
Working professionals who wish to pursue a master's degree part-time may choose the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) Applied Biomedical Engineering program.