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Students pursuing graduate programs within the Department of Biomedical Engineering have the ability to use their knowledge and skillset to create practical applications in health care and within their communities. Current and past students have sought to increase physical patient mobility, diagnose and cure cancer, and develop bioresorbable implants for surgeries.
At UNT, you'll also be able to complement your education and research with conferences and other professional development opportunities throughout your time here at College of Engineering. Students seeking one of our graduate degrees will learn what it means to be a UNT Eagle and to create a lasting impact in your community.
Our program offers both a thesis and non-thesis option so you can carve out the path that works best for you and your future career goals.
Students with a master's in Biomedical Engineering may work in manufacturing or research or become entrepreneurs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of bioengineers and biomedical engineers shows a 6% projected growth between 2020 to 2030.
An average of 1,400 job openings for biomedical engineers are projected each year through the next decade.