The Meinig School's M.Eng. program is based on a combination of courses and a design project to ensure that each student has broad knowledge of BME as well as focused expertise in a particular area of BME.
Our program requires a minimum of thirty (30) credits and two (2) semesters. The courses are generally divided into four main career pathways: professional, business school, medical school, and graduate school. Within each pathway, we provide a balanced number of credits among graduate level STEM or field of research courses, professional development or electives, and design projects and/or research projects. For more detail, visit our M.Eng. program page on the Meinig School website.
*Freedom and flexibility in the selection of courses*
Who: Select BME Master of Engineering Students
What: First-hand experience in a clinical environment; intensive hands-on experience, weekly clinician engagement, pre-hospital orientation and skills/protocol introduction.
When: Fall and spring semesters
Where: Guthrie Hospital in Sayre, PA