- The Joint Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program is administered by the combined biomedical engineering graduate faculty from both North Carolina State University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Biomedical engineering is a dynamic field stressing the application of engineering techniques and mathematical analysis to biomedical problems.
- Faculty research programs are key to the program, and they include five primary research directions: rehabilitation engineering, regenerative medicine, biomedical imaging, microsystems engineering, and pharma engineering.
- The department offers graduate education in biomedical engineering leading to the master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees.
- Students enter this program with backgrounds in engineering, physical science, mathematics or biological science.
- Curricula are tailored to fit the needs and develop the potential of individual students.
- In addition, courses in statistics, mathematics, life sciences and engineering sciences provide a well-rounded background of knowledge and skills.
|Tuition & fees||2250006 INR|
|Hostel & Meals||815894 INR|
|Books & Supplies||62547 INR|
|Personal/Travel Expenses||298819 INR|
|Orientation Fees||10620 INR|
|Required Fee||188813 INR|
|COE Program Enhancement Fee||54930 INR|
|Class 12th||No specific cutoff mentioned|