All students that apply to the CMTI MS graduate degree program in Biomedical Engineering are considered for financial support in the form of a partial tuition scholarships. No stipends are available for this program.
All students receiving competitive partial tuition scholarships are required to serve as a Teaching Assistant for courses in Biomedical Engineering. Students may either serve as a Teaching Assistant in Senior Design courses (both fall and spring) or in other courses offered through the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Federal work-study program funds, government or personal loans, or part-time employment may sometimes be used to meet expenses. However, the CMTI graduate program is a full-time program and it is expected that students will be engaged in clinical assignments, courses, and/or workshops during regular daytime hours throughout the week.