Accelerated Master’s degrees allow students to accelerate the attainment of the master’s degree by applying graduate credits taken as an undergraduate toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees. Current students apply to enroll in the Accelerated Master’s PlusOne Program.
With the PlusOne program, students attain their bachelor’s degree followed by a PlusOne year to complete the master’s degree.
Below are the eligible undergraduate majors available to pursue a PlusOne pathway with a master’s degree in Bioengineering. Also, review the Curriculum Guides and the Accelerated Master’s links for further details, including program policies and procedures, as well as how to Apply.
Acceptable Undergraduate Pathways
Graduate Course Sharing
Students can apply up to four graduate level courses from the following list of recommendations to both their graduate degree and undergraduate BioE Technical Elective and General Elective requirements. For a complete list, refer to the course catalog.
|BIOE 5235||Biomedical Imaging||4 SH|
|BIOE 5250||Design, Manufacture and Evaluation of Medical Devices||4 SH|
|BIOE 5410||Molecular Bioengineering||4 SH|
|BIOE 5420||Cellular Bioengineering||4 SH|
|BIOE 5630||Physiological Fluid Mechanics||4 SH|
|BIOE 5640||Computational Biomechanics||4 SH|
|BIOE 5650||Multiscale Biomechanics||4 SH|
|BIOE 5810||Design of Biomedical Instrumentation||4 SH|
|BIOE 6100||Medical Physiology||4 SH|
Students currently pursuing their Bachelor’s degree should refer to their undergraduate program’s guidelines on what section of the curriculum graduate courses can be shared with (ex. General Electives OR Technical Electives). College of Engineering undergraduate students should refer to their Plan of Study page.
For other questions on graduate course sharing, please contact Graduate School of Engineering Advising.
For support with academic questions, students should reach out to their undergraduate academic advisor in their home college as well as the Graduate School by emailing email@example.com for more information about the PlusOne pathway of interest within COE.