What Can You Do With a Graduate Degree in Biomedical Engineering?
Consistently ranked in the top 15 percent of U.S. graduate programs in biomedical engineering, Stony Brook University gives you hands-on experience and practical knowledge to take your career to the next level. Our award-winning faculty draw on their real-world experiences and research expertise to help you master the techniques and skills you need to position yourself on the forefront of cutting-edge research and medicine in the 21st century. With hands-on experience and access to world-class laboratories for your research, you can tailor your graduate degree to fit your individual needs.
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Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, physics, applied math or biological sciences with a quantitative focus, and a demonstrated interest in a professional engineering career. All applicants are expected to have completed at least one semester of undergraduate cell or molecular biology. GRE scores are no longer required. Learn more about our admissions process.
A Graduate degree from Stony Brook University’s top-ranked Biomedical Engineering program gives you the strong foundation and competitive edge you need to advance your career in business, industry or academia. And our convenient location in the nearby New York metropolitan area means that you can network and interview for competitive opportunities at top companies.
More than 90% of graduates from the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program have employment immediately post-graduation.