Oregon State University and the University of Oregon offer joint Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in Bioengineering. Oregon State University also offers a Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Bioengineering.

Students with a variety of STEM backgrounds are well positioned to succeed in bioengineering and are encouraged to consider applying. Examples include all engineering fields, biology, chemistry, physics and biophysics. We welcome all students irrespective of background, race, ethnicity, abilities, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or socioeconomic status.

Health and Biotechnology

Joe Baio, associate professor of bioengineering, studies the microstructures of snake scales. Learn how his team aims to create biocompatible, anti-fouling, friction-free surfaces for medical implants.

Anthony Le

Charting his own course in bioengineering

Bioengineering graduate student Anthony Le: "It’s truly an interdisciplinary program, so there is a lot of freedom to create your own path.”

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3rd Annual Oregon Bioengineering Symposium, Nov. 11-12 

Co-organized by Oregon Health & Science University, University of Oregon, and Oregon State University, this year’s meeting will focus on Regenerative Medicine, Rehabilitation, and Artificial Intelligence.

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Amy K. Thomson
Graduate Program Coordinator
School of Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering
amy.k.thomson@oregonstate.edu

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