- Your thesis committee will be reviewed as part of the application for graduation. If one of your members is not on the BME GSC, you must submit a copy of their CV to the Graduate School after submitting your application to graduate.
- Submit the application to graduate with a master's degree as early as possible during the semester you intend to graduate to avoid any delays. The application is typically available on the first day of class for that semester.
All graduate students in BME, including master's students in the coursework only and thesis track, are required to attend seminars designed to promote academic and professional development and networking opportunities. These seminars include the Responsible Conduct in Research (Ethics) Seminar offered in two parts in the fall and spring semesters, the Individual Development Plan (IDP) Workshop each fall semester, and the Graduate Research Seminars that take place throughout the semester on Thursday afternoons.
For information regarding the Master's Graduate Application Form and graduation deadlines, please see the Graduate School's Deadlines and Submissions Instructions page. Students who plan to graduate with an MSE in BME should apply to graduate at the beginning of their final semester.