Bioengineering, Doctor of Medicine and Master of Science (dual degree) (M.D. and M.S.)

The Doctor of Medicine / Master of Science (M.D. / M.S.) Program is a dual degree program offered with the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Students applying to the M.D./M.S. Program must first apply to and be admitted to the M.D. program at the School of Medicine, and should indicate their interest in the dual-degree program when applying to the Medical School. The program is organized in the following fashion: 2 years M.D. studies + 1 year M.S. studies + 2 years M.D. studies. The objective of this program is to broaden the educational and research scope of medical doctors in bioengineering. The program should be attractive to those interested in areas including clinical research, biomaterials, biomedical imaging, medical device innovation, medical device development, and drug development. Graduates of the combined program will receive a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine as well as a Master of Science degree from the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park.