Graduate School Programs in Biological/Biosystems Engineering

Masters Degree in Biological/Biosystems Engineering is offered by 4 Universities.In year 2012-2013, Masters degrees was awarded by US universities to 12 students in Biological/Biosystems Engineering. Highest number of students who got their Masters Degree were 8 from University of Georgia . Female students highest graduation was in Auburn University.
Some of the Graduate School Programs with highest enrollment are Biological/Biosystems Engineering are

  • Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - 4454,
  • Pennsylvania State University - 8571,
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 8637,
  • California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo - 5546.

  • Cost of Masters Degree in Biological/Biosystems Engineering

    The tuition for masters degree program at a Graduate School Biological/Biosystems Engineering could vary remarkably between public and a private university. Tuition for Masters program at a top ranked school like Arizona State University is $24,550 while University of Idaho has tuition $17,018. Public universities cost less compared with a private university, the per year program cost for Graduate Masters program in Biological/Biosystems Engineering at a top ranked school Arizona State University is $24,550

    Top Ranked Universities for Masters In Biological/Biosystems Engineering

    ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
    University of Georgia6522400 $62.96 Engineering *: 63    Biological/Biosystems Engineering **: 8
    Auburn University10323598 $77.23 Engineering *: 908    Biological/Biosystems Engineering **: 1
    Arizona State University12924550 $88.91 Engineering *: 2182    Biological/Biosystems Engineering **: 2
    University of Idaho16617018 $60.86 Engineering *: 388    Biological/Biosystems Engineering **: 1

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