Master of Engineering in Bioinstrumentation
Head of Department: Rashid Bashir
Director of Graduate Studies: Deborah Leckband
Academic Program Contacts: Liezl Bowman (Program Coordinator) and Dipanjan Pan (Program Faculty Director)
1270 Digital Computer Laboratory
1304 West Springfield Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801
Degrees Offered: M.Eng.
Graduate Degree Programs
The Department of Bioengineering offers studies leading to the Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Bioinstrumentation. The program is offered both on-campus and online. For more information, visit bioinstrumentation.illinois.edu.
For the M.Eng. program, applicants should have an undergraduate engineering degree or must have taken engineering-related coursework. Applicants should have a minimum grade point average of 3.00 (A = 4.00) or equivalent for the last two years of undergraduate study. Applicants should show evidence of strong quantitative skills and of serious interest in the life sciences. In addition, applicants with less than two years of work experience must submit results from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test. Students in the program are not expected to continue in and do not have automatic admission to the Ph.D. program in any engineering department.
All applicants whose native language is not English must submit a minimum TOEFL score of 103 (iBT), 257 (CBT), or 613 (PBT); or minimum International English Language Testing System (IELTS) academic exam scores of 7.0 overall and 6.0 in all subsections. Applicants may be exempt from the TOEFL if certain criteria are met. Applicants with lesser scores are still encouraged to apply. Limited status is granted for lesser scores and requires enrollment in English as a Second Language (ESL) courses based on an ESL Placement Test (EPT) taken upon arrival to campus.
Master of Engineering, Bioinstrumentation
|BIOE 570||Bioinstrumentation Seminar||2|
|BIOE 571||Biological Measurement I||4|
|BIOE 572||Biological Measurement II||4|
|BIOE 573||Biomedical Systems Engineering||4|
|BIOE 574||Bioinstrument Innovation||4|
|Track Electives 1||12|
|BIOE 575||Bioinstrumentation Project||6|
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|Maximum 500-level Hours Required Overall:|
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The tuition and fees for the M.Eng. in Bioinstrumentation are different from the standard university tuition rates. For tuition information and external funding resources, please visit http://bioinstrumentation.illinois.edu/admissions/tuition-fees.html. Students in the Bioinstrumentation major for the M.Eng. degree are not eligible for scholarships or tuition waivers through research or teaching assistantships.