“Purdue University's MS degree in Biomedical Device Development provided me with an advanced degree that has greatly improved my development opportunities within the medical device industry, especially in terms of employability. Moreover, the structure of the degree curriculum offered me considerable freedom in tailoring my course selections to both match my interests and bolster my existing technical skillset.”

Alexander Mitrevski
Purdue University BSBME ’17, MSBME ’18
Quality Engineering, Zimmer Biomet

“We consistently need engineers who have not only the foundational skills and knowledge of undergraduate engineering, but who have also furthered their education to develop skills in project management, organizational leadership, and regularly requirements that govern most of the medical industry.”

Mark Bleyer
Former president, CEO, Cook Biotech

Kusum Raghuvaran
“After I completed my undergrad in biomedical engineering, I sometimes felt that every day going to work I still wasn’t prepared for the industry. I wanted to study what happens before medical devices are in the market. I liked that the Purdue Professional MS Degree Program is focused on biomedical device development and also the area of regulatory science. In the first semester I took the Regulatory Approval of Biomedical Devices course. That course helped me get an internship at Nevro Corporation in San Francisco. The flexibility of the program enabled me to extend that internship from a summer to six months. Between the internship and the MS program, now I know I am ready for industry.”

Kusum Raghuvaran
MS BME ’19
Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Abbott Vasular