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I am really confused in selecting a specialization course for my graduate program. What is the difference between a M.S. Biomedical engineering and selecting any specialization courses. Can i do specialization course by selecting M.S biomedical engineering? Please help me with the doubt...
Hi guys, I studied Mechanical Engineering for my B.Sc, and M.Sc., but I am going to change my field to Human Performance, Biomechanics. I would like to know my chances for being admitted to these programs. Thank you in advance, Undergrad School: University of Tabriz, Iran Undergrad GPA: 3.34 Major/Minor: Mechanical Engineering GradGPA (if applicable): 3.91Grad Studies (if applicable): Mechanical Engineering ( Sports Biomechanics based thesis)GRE (including date taken) or Other Test (if applicable): 156 V/170 Q/ AW:3.5Experience/Research (please, be brief): 2 years teaching assistant, 2 governmental funded research in 2 years, 5 ISI journal Papers ( Average Impact Factor: 2.0, H-index: 100), 2 International Conferences, Best Student M.Sc thesis in Iran, 6 years of full governmental funded study in one of the high-ranked universities in Iran. TOEFL: Ovrl: 102, R:27, L:20, S:26, W:29Applied: Indiana University-Bloomington, Umass-Amherst, U of Delaware