Princeton University Graduate Certificate in Bioengineering is intended to formalize the training of students who are skilled in studying living systems in engineering. The credential is focused on core graduate courses, research seminars, and study by graduate students. The core curriculum includes thorough training in biological molecules and networks, cells, tissues, organs, engineering study, and living organisms.
Tufts University Biomedical engineering is a specialty of increasing importance in society and is a critical and growing part not only of the Boston area but of the entire U.S. territorial infrastructure sector, universities, and hospitals as well.
Boulder Biomedical Engineering Certification of the University of Colorado prepares professional engineers of the next generation to combine engineering and medicine with architecture and problem solving to improve human health. The completion of the certificate program with grades of at least one B in each course would require nine credit hours of graduate level training.
Stanford University Biomedical Engineering graduate credential tackles a number of issues in healthcare biomedical research and engineering. Students must develop new innovative approaches to biomedical technology to meet the vital needs of the industry in terms of quality design, research and development. The total cost of the tuition to complete the certificate program is $15,120(12 units).