Illinois Tech has a 125-year legacy of educating students to excel in fields that are technology-focused and idea-driven. Our graduate programs offer a breadth of academic and research opportunities that allow you to focus, specialize, and gain an advanced education in areas of significant innovation. Explore our accredited, nationally recognized programs to find a degree that best suits your desired career path.
Master of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering (BME) brings together concepts and skills from the life sciences, the physical sciences, medicine and engineering, in order to model physiological systems and solve medical problems.
Master of Science in Biology
Biology paves the way for inventions and discoveries that vastly improve our quality of life. Biologists make discoveries that help to safely feed the world, find new sources of fuel, determine ways to effectively treat disease, and campaign to save species on the brink of extinction.
Master of Food Science and Nutrition
The master’s degree in Food Safety and Technology (thesis or non-thesis) is designed to train students with backgrounds in food science to be food safety experts in the private sector and at federal and state health agencies.
Master of Biological Engineering
The objective of this degree program is to prepare students for professional practice in any field of engineering involving heavy emphasis on biological processes, and to provide a foundation in the fundamental knowledge of biological engineering.
Master of Science in Molecular Biochemistry and Biophysics
Individuals with a quantitative, physical approach will be best placed to be innovators in the field. Molecular Biochemistry and Biophysics programs complement more traditional graduate programs in biology, chemistry and physics by offering an integrated, molecular-based approach to understanding biological problems, taking insights from all three disciplines.
Master of Biomedical Imaging and Signals
The Professional Master of Biomedical Imaging and Signals is a course-only degree program that prepares students for professional practice. The interdisciplinary nature of bioengineering generally involves many facets of electrical and computer engineering.