Indiana University, Terre Haute Center for Medical Education and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology have initiated a jointly administered, combined degree program to support the increasingly important field of biomedical engineering. For students who are principally interested in the practice of medicine, the program provides the opportunity for in-depth study, the application of engineering principles to important medical problems and medically relevant research in a biomedical engineering area of their preference. For students who view their career goals to lie in the engineering domain, the program affords them an unparalleled opportunity to learn the normal structure and function of the human body, how these change in the diseased state and what methods for diagnosis and therapy are currently accepted. Graduates of the program will receive the degree of M.D. from Indiana University School of Medicine and the M.S. degree from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. It is anticipated that graduates of the program will be highly competitive for career opportunities in the clinical, academic or industrial arenas.
For More detailed information on the M.S. in Biomedical Engineering please visit the graduate studies page.