New Online Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering Master's Program
The Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering is proud to announce the launch of a novel online Biomedical Engineering masters degree program. In addition to its biomedical engineering/science curricular core, a unique feature of the program is the emphasis on practical regulatory affairs at both the initial approval and later compliance stages. Students gain valuable in-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements as well as guided practice with effective regulatory document submissions. This advanced education in quality and regulatory compliance prepares students for rapid integration into regulatory affairs teams in critical areas of the industry.
“This program's emphasis on regulatory affairs makes it especially valuable to engineers and technical professionals working in industry,” states Andrew Brightman, Assistant Head of the Weldon School. “We are excited to offer this program not only to our partners in Indiana, but also making a Purdue Engineering Masters degree available to students that would otherwise be encumbered by distance.” Continuing the Weldon School's tradition of biomedical leadership, the online Biomedical Engineering concentration delivers high quality graduate-level opportunities to professionals located anywhere in the world.
Professionals may take a course or two separately or register for the entire degree program. Two biomedical engineering courses (Regulatory Compliance for Biomedical Devices and Tissue Engineering) are currently in session, and a Quantitative Physiology course will be offered this spring. Registration for spring classes beings this week.
To learn more about the Biomedical Engineering online masters program visit https://engineering.purdue.edu/ProEd/credit/bme or call Engineereing Professional Education at:
877-598-4233 (Toll-free U.S.), or 765-494-7015 (Local/International).