The principal mission of the Bioengineering program in the College of Engineering at Northeastern University is to provide highly-qualified students of varying engineering backgrounds with both a broad appreciation of interdisciplinary research at the interface of biology, medicine and engineering, and the ability to undertake a highly-focused, quantitative approach to a particular problem.
This program draws on the expertise of faculty across the University and reflects the significant strengths of bioengineering research in multiple areas. Students accepted to the program will complete a rigorous core curriculum in basic bioengineering science followed by completion of an immersion track curriculum. There are currently seven tracks from which to choose.
Successful completion of the program will enable our graduates to effectively communicate and collaborate with healthcare professionals or medical researchers and perform independent, bioengineering research at the highest international level.