The PhD is offered to students with an undergraduate or master's degree in engineering or the life sciences. Students complete the degree in three to five years with a highly individualized training pathway. All PhD students complete a dissertation, which may have an industry component.
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The PhD in bioengineering requires 21 credits of didactic coursework, 30 credits of research coursework, and 9 credits of electives.
- 6 credits of life sciences core
- 6 credits of quantitative core
- 6 credits of technology core
- 3 credits of research and clinical core
- 9 credits of electives
- 30 credits of research
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