A Collaborative Culture Meets Transdisciplinary Research
BEAM graduate students participate in and contribute to a rich academic community with a hands-on, innovative focus. We’re preparing global leaders in emerging fields who are prepared to solve the next generation of engineering problems.
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Graduate Degree Offerings
We offer comprehensive graduate programs in two distinct areas.
Graduate degrees in biomedical engineering are offered through our joint program, Virginia Tech - Wake Forest School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences (SBES).
The point of contact for BEAM graduate programs in biomedical engineering is Kelsey Wall, SBES Graduate Coordinator: (540) 231-1643, email@example.com
Graduate degrees in engineering mechanics offer students a variety of interdisciplinary opportunities throughout their studies.
The point of contact for BEAM graduate programs in engineering mechanics is Renee Cloyd, EM Graduate Coordinator: (540) 231-8109, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Research Opportunities
Immersive research is a hallmark of all BEAM graduate programs, both in biomedical engineering and engineering mechanics. Explore all 11 of the department's distinct research programs here.