Certificate in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
To be considered for admission to the program, applicants must meet the following in addition to the requirements for admission into the Graduate School:
- A bachelor's degree in a discipline relevant to biomedical engineering from a regionally accredited institution; and
- Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.000 on a 4.000 scale.
Students who do not meet the 3.000 grade point average requirement may be admitted to this category on probation if reasonable evidence exists to indicate their ability to perform satisfactorily in 800-level or above coursework.
International applicants requiring an F-1 visa must be admitted into a degree-bound program and will not be admitted directly into the certificate program.
Current graduate students of WSU should complete the Declaration of Intent to Pursue a Graduate Certificate form through the Graduate School website. The admission review faculty may request any of the listed admission requirements before rendering an admission decision.
The program requires satisfactory completion of 12 credit hours: two required courses and two elective courses from the list of approved elective courses. In addition to these requirements, students must meet the Graduate School’s requirements in order to earn this certificate.
|Required Courses (6 credit hours)|
|BME 771||Polymer Processing and Technology||3|
|BME 779||Tissue Engineering||3|
|Approved Elective Courses (6 credit hours)|
|Select two of the following approved elective courses||6|
|Biomolecular and Cellular Engineering|
|Mechanobiology of Cells and Tissue|
|Polymeric Composite Materials|
|Experimental Molecular Biology|
|Total Credit Hours||12|