For 4+1 Graduate Program advising, contact Dr. David Clague.
Graduate and 4+1 Program Forms
For graduate program forms, visit the University Graduate Education site.
Below are links regarding the 4+1 program specific to our Department:
External Graduate Applicants
The Thesis track, MS in Biomedical Engineering, requires a Thesis Advisor. Applicants who do not have a commitment from a Thesis Advisor should apply to the non-Thesis track, that is, MS Engineering with Specialization in Biomedical Engineering.
External applicants should select Engineering: Biomedical (MS) on CSU Mentor.
(MS students in residence without a Thesis Advisor will be considered to be on the non-Thesis track.)
How to apply:
1) Submit an online application through CSU mentor followed by submission of official transcripts and GRE scores to Admissions. For program, select Engineering: Biomedical (MS) on CSU Mentor.
2) Submit unofficial transcripts, GRE scores, statement of purpose, and contact information for three (3) people who will be submitting letters of recommendation on your behalf via interfolio.
Seniors: Applications to the Blended (or 4+1) program are accepted during the fall and spring quarters. Students should apply in fall quarter to begin taking graduate courses in the subsequent winter or spring; students applying in spring can begin taking courses the following fall quarter.
If you'd like to be in the Blended (4+1) program, please follow the link to the Application Process, and turn in the Blended Application Form and attachments (links above.)
Applications are due by 4PM on the Friday of Week 4 of the quarter applied in. They should be directed to Cindy Holton in the BMED Department Office (13-260). Decisions for admission of new masters students will be made by the end of the second week after the application deadline, following graduate committee review.
If you have any questions, please feel free to visit during Dr. Clague's Graduate Office Hours.