Computational Engineering, Biomedicine Track (M.A.S.)

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Illinois Tech’s Master of Computational Engineering program offers students essential skills for career possibilities ranging from calculating the trajectory of satellites to designing aircraft to simulating molecular mechanics. Students will learn computational methodologies, tools, analysis, processing, and modeling capabilities that are central to succeeding in this dynamic engineering field.

This program was developed for students who thrive on solving complex equations and are energized by delving into computer simulations and mathematical algorithms. Course topics in the biomedicine specialization include cell biomechanics, neuroimaging, and computer vision and image 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.

Program Overview

This program was developed for students who thrive on solving complex equations and are energized by delving into computer simulations and mathematical algorithms. Course topics in the biomedicine specialization include cell biomechanics, neuroimaging, and computer vision and image processing.

Career Opportunities

Our Master of Computational Engineering, Biomedicine Track degree program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Neural engineer
  • Computational engineer
  • Systems engineer (bioinformatics)

The Master of Computational Engineering, Biomedicine Track will provide students with a strong background in computational methodologies, tools, analysis, processing, and modeling capabilities that are central to succeeding in this dynamic engineering field.

Course topics in the biomedicine specialization include cell biomechanics, neuroimaging, and computer vision and image processing.

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Admissions requirements ensure that incoming students are well-prepared and qualified to succeed in their chosen program. Prospective students must review each program of interest to determine whether they meet admissions requirements as outlined in the course bulletin.