Biomedical Engineering / Bioengineering

Ranked in 2014, part of Best Engineering Schools

Biomedical engineering and bioengineering involve finding solutions to medical problems, often using technology, electronics or mechanics. These are the top engineering schools for graduate biomedical / bioengineering degrees.

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Rankings Overall Engineering School Program Data
Rank School name Score Tuition Total graduate engineering enrollment Average GRE quantitative score (master's and Ph.D. students) (new test) Engineering school research expenditures (2012-2013 fiscal year) Faculty membership in National Academy of Engineering Peer assessment score (out of 5) Ph.D.s granted Recruiter assessment score (out of 5) Research expenditures per faculty member
#1 Johns Hopkins University (Whiting)

Baltimore, MD

4.6 $45,470 per year (full-time) 3,296
#2 Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA

4.4 $11,324 per year (in-state, full-time); $27,330 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 4,576
#3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA

4.3 $43,210 per year (full-time) 3,174
#3 University of California—​San Diego (Jacobs)

La Jolla, CA

4.3 $11,220 per year (in-state, full-time); $26,322 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 1,715
#5 Duke University (Pratt)

Durham, NC

4.2 $47,100 per year (full-time) 981
#5 Stanford University

Stanford, CA

4.2 $45,480 per year (full-time) 3,517
#7 Rice University (Brown)

Houston, TX

4.0 $38,260 per year (full-time) 760
#7 University of California—​Berkeley

Berkeley, CA

4.0 $11,220 per year (in-state, full-time); $26,322 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 1,936
#7 University of Washington

Seattle, WA

4.0 $14,904 per year (in-state, full-time); $27,594 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 2,139
#10 University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

3.9 $28,768 per year (full-time) 1,609