Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology

UMass Dartmouth

The BMEBT is an interdisciplinary program that includes coursework from the following disciplines: bioengineering, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, computer information science, electrical and computer engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, and medical laboratory science. The program addresses contemporary biomedical and health research problems and contributes significantly to meeting the need of industry, government, and education for biomedical and biotechnology researchers. This degree prepares students for careers in research, industry, and academia. Students will develop skills and competencies to function as an independent researcher, gain an appreciation of contemporary biomedical ethical issues, increase their knowledge of intellectual property, patent and regulatory issues, and prepare to seek pre-doctoral and post-doctoral extramural private/federal research funding.
CIP Code: 30.0101

Graduate Doctorate On-Campus / In-Person

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Natural Sciences Managers

UMass Dartmouth

The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is a nationally-ranked public university that is dedicated to engaged learning and innovative research. UMass Dartmouth is a comprehensive public research university with the tight-knit community and teaching focus of a liberal arts college.