Elective Courses Available for M.S. Program

 

 

 

The following courses are offered as electives for the M.S. Program in Biomedical Engineering.

 

INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 
BMEN E6005: Biomedical Innovation I
BMEN E6006: Biomedical Innovation II
BMEN E6007: Lab to Market- Accelerating Biomedical Innovation
ENGI W4100: Research to Revenue
BIOT GU4180: Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology
BIOT GU4160: Biopharmaceutical Development and Regulation
IEME E4200: Intro to Human Centered Design
 
CELL AND TISSUE ENGINEERING
BMCH E4500: Biological transport and rate process (3)
BMEN E4510: Tissue engineering (3)
BMEN E4590: BioMems: cellular and molecular applicati (3)
BMEN E4210: Thermodynamics of biological systems (3)
BMEN E4550: Micro- and nanostructures in cellular engineering (3)
BMEN E6500:Tissue and Molecular Engineering Lab
BMEN E6505: Advanced Scaffold Design
 
BIOMECHANICS
BMEN E4301: Structure, mechanics, and adaptation of bone
BMEN E4302: Biomechanics of Musculoskeletal Soft Tissues
BMEN E4310: Solid biomechanics (3)
BMEN E4320: Fluid biomechanics (3)
BMEN E4340: Biomechanics of cells (3)
BMEN E4750 Sound and hearing (3)
 
BIOSIGNALS AND BIOMEDICAL IMAGING
BMEN E4410: Ultrasound imaging (3)
BMEN E4420: Biosignal process and modeling (3)
BMEN E4430: Principles of MRI (3)
ELEN E4810: Digital signal processing (3)
BMEN E4894: Biomedical imaging (3)
BMEN E4898: Biophotonics (3)
 
NEURAL ENGINEERING
BMEB W4020: Computational neuroscience: circuits in the brain (3)
BMEE E4030: Neural control engineering (3)
BMEN E4420: Biosignal process and modeling (3)
BMEN E4430: Principles of MRI (3)
ELEN E4810: Digital signal processing (3)
BMEN E4894: Biomedical imaging (3)
BMEN E4050: Electrophysiology of Human Memory and Navigation
BMEN E4840: Functional Imaging of the Brain
BMEN E4750 Sound and hearing (3)
 
GENOMICS AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY
ECBM E4060: Introduction to genomic information science and technology (3)
BMEN E4150: The cell as a machine (3)
CHBM E4321: The genome and the cell (3)
BMEN E4420: Biosignal process and modeling (3)
CHEN E4700: Principles of genomic technologies (3)
CHEN E4760: Genomics sequence laboratory (3)
CHEN E4800: Protein engineering (3)
BMEN E4520: Synthetic Biology- Principles of Genetic Circuits
 
QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
BMEB W4020: Computational neuroscience: circuits in the brain (3)
ECBM E4060: Introduction to genomic information science and technology (3)
BIOL GU4070: The biology and physics of single molecules (3.5)
BMEN E4310: Solid biomechanics (3)
BMEN E4320: Fluid biomechanics (3)
APMA E4400: Introduction to biological modeling (3)
CHEN E4650: Biopolymers (3)
 
BIOINDUCTIVE AND BIOMIMETIC MATERIALS
BMCH E4500: Biological transport process (3)
BMEN E4510: Tissue engineering (3)
BMEN E4590: BioMems: cellular and molecular applications (3)
CHEN E4620: Introduction to polymers and soft materials (3)
CHEN E4640: Polymer surface and interface (3)
CHEN E4800: Protein engineering (3)
 
BIOMATERIALS
BMEN E4501: Biomaterials
BMEN E4301: Structure, mechanics, and adaptation of bone (3)
BMEN E4310: Solid biomechanics (3)
BMEN E4510: Tissue engineering (3)
BMEN E4590: BioMems: cellular and molecular applications (3)
ELEN E4944: Principles of device microfabrication (3)
 
BIOMEMS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
MSAE E4090: Nanotechnology (3)
MECE E4212: Microelectromechanical systems (3)
MEBM E4550: Micro- and nanostructures in cellular engineering (3)
BMEN E4590: BioMEMS: cellular and molecular applications (3)
BMEN E4580: Fundamentals of Nanobioscience and Nanobiotechnology
BMEN E8001: Topics in Nanobiotechnology
 
ROBOTICS AND CONTROL OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
BMEE E4030: Neural control engineering (3)
MEBM E4439: Modeling and identification of dynamic systems (3)
MECE E4602: Introduction to robotics (3)
BMEE E4740: Bioinstrumentation (3)