The program is designed primarily for students who have received four-year baccalaureate degrees in engineering or applied physics, but students from other baccalaureate degree programs may qualify for the program.
Your undergraduate curriculum should include courses in calculus through differential equations, inorganic chemistry, and physics, as well as in-depth training in engineering or the physical sciences. Some formal training in the biological sciences and computer programming is also desirable.
Students wishing to pursue a degree in biomedical engineering but who have not had substantial training in engineering or the physical sciences at the undergraduate level may be admitted to the program, but would be expected to remedy any deficiencies. Within the CMTI MS program, this usually entails taking additional courses as prerequisites, which can lengthen the duration of the program.