Apply to the BME Master of Engineering

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The Master of Engineering (M.E.) is a professional degree designed to give students the precise set of skills and hands-on experiences that they'll need to build a successful private sector career in biomedical technology development. Since the creation of the professional Master’s program in 2019, the M.E. class matriculates at a rate of approximately 55% and averages 12 students per year. The BME Masters in Engineering program seeks outstanding applicants from science and engineering backgrounds who are passionate about advancing health care through the application of innovative biomedical technologies and data science.

Master of engineering in biomedical engineering

*Licensure Disclosure Pertaining to a Professionlal Degree

As a member of the State Authorizations Reciprocity Agreement, the University of Virginia (UVA) is authorized to provide curriculum in a distance learning environment to students located in all states in the United States except for California. (34 CFR 668.43(a)(6)& 34 CFR 668.72(n)). 

Upon completion of an engineering degree program which prepares graduates for licensure or certification, graduates may be eligible for initial professional licensure in another U.S. state by applying to the licensing board or agency in that state. Please visit the University’s STATE AUTHORIZATION WEB PAGES to make an informed decision regarding which states’ educational requirements for initial licensure are met by this program. (668.43(a)(5) (v)(A) - (C))

Enrolled students who change their current (or mailing) address to a state other than Virginia should update this information immediately in the Student Information System as it may impact their ability to complete internship, practicum, or clinical hours, use Title IV funds, or meet licensure or certification requirements in the new state. (34 CFR 668.402).