The MS in Biophotonics at Tufts School of Engineering provides a broad curriculum that encompasses the design, engineering, and use of optical tools for diagnostics and therapeutics, advanced microscopes, and more.
Students in the MS in Biophotonics program experience an academic career distinguished by close faculty interactions that will propel you from graduate study to your future. Choose between a thesis track or a course-based track which includes a hands-on project or internship. Courses provide background on optical spectroscopy and imaging methods, photonic devices and sensors, as well as related analysis approaches, including machine learning based methods.
Master's degrees at Tufts School of Engineering require a minimum of 30 credits and the fulfillment of at least 10 courses at the 100-level or above with grades of S (satisfactory) or at least a B-.
The labor market for master’s-level biophotonics professionals is large and has seen strong growth over the last 5 years. The MS in Biophotonics provides a strong set of skills, preparing students to pursue industry careers or future graduate study that require an understanding of light and tissue interactions and focus on the development and use of new bio- or nano- photonic technologies to advance biomedical and biopharmaceutical products.
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