Texas Tech University

Master of Engineering in Healthcare Engineering

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Offered by the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering
Available: Online Print

Program Overview

Minimum Hours: 36
Prerequisite: Bachelor's Degree

The curriculum leading to the Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree with an option in Healthcare Engineering (MEHE) is designed to meet the growing demand for trained engineers who are able to apply the principles of engineering, health sciences, and business administration. These engineers effectively manage the physical, technological, and supports services of healthcare facilities, in order to optimize the safety, quality, efficiency, accessibility, and cost effectiveness of healthcare delivery processes and healthcare systems. 

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Enrollment Information

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