Biomedical Imaging and Signals (M.A.S.)
Illinois Tech’s Master of Engineering in Biomedical Imaging and Signals will prepare students for leading-edge positions in the areas of biomedical imaging and signal processing. Students will learn how data analysis and computer simulations can be used to generate functional images to understand an organ or tissue and provide greater insights for clinical assessments. Specialty areas within the medical imaging or neural engineering track include MRI, ultrasound, and medical imaging processing.
Please note that some programs designated as online require in-person coursework such as lab, classroom participation, or a thesis. As such, all courses will be offered fully online for the fall 2020 semester, however, some courses in subsequent semesters may require in-person attendance.
Learn how to generate functional images to better understand an organ or tissue in order to provide greater insights for clinical assessments. Specialty areas within the medical imaging or neural engineering track include MRI, ultrasound, and medical imaging processing.
Our graduate biomedical imaging and signals degree program will prepare you for such careers as:
- Signal and image processing engineer
- Medical devices biomedical engineer
- Biomedical research scientist
The Master of Engineering in Biomedical Imaging and Signals curriculum prepares students for professional practice in the areas of biomedical imaging and signal processing and its interdisciplinary nature involves many facets of electrical and computer engineering.
Students whose accredited bachelor’s degree is not in electrical and computer engineering may pursue the professional master's degree provided that they have an adequate background and can demonstrate proficiency in the material contained in undergraduate courses equivalent as outlined in the course bulletin.