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Biomedical Engineering Curricula

Below is the list of courses for each of the four years of the Biomedical Engineering program. Hours shown in parentheses; total = 128 semester hours. See also: BME Curricula Flowchart (2005-2008)(pdf) and BME Curricula Flowchart effective Fall 2011 (pdf).

FIRST YEAR

FALL SEMESTER(16) SPRING SEMESTER(17)
Math 141 – Calculus I (4) Math 142 – Calculus II (4)
EF 151 – Engr. Fundamentals (4) EF 152 – Engr. Fundamentals (4)
EF 105 – Engr. Fundamentals (1) ME 202 – Engr. Fundamentals (2)
Chemistry 120 – Gen. Chem. (4) English 102 – English Comp. II (3)
English 101 – English Comp. (3) Chemistry 130 – Gen. Chem. (4)

SECOND YEAR

FALL SEMESTER (16) SPRING SEMESTER (16)
Math 231 – Differential Equations (3) Physics 232 – Wave Motion (4)
Physics 231 – Electricity & Magnetism (3) Math 241 – Calculus III (3)
ME 231 – Dynamics (3) Math 200 – Matrix Comp. (1)
GEN ED – Cultures/Civilizations Cluster (3) ME 321 – Mechanics of Materials (3)
BME 271 – Biomedical Eng. Principles (1) BCMB 230 – Human Physiology (5)
Stat 251- Probability/Stats for Scientists & Engrs. (3)

THIRD YEAR

FALL SEMESTER (17) SPRING SEMESTER (16)
AE 341 – Fluid Mechanics (3) BME 345 – Instrumentation/Measurement (3)
ME 331 – Thermodynamics (3) MSE 201- Intro/Matls Science & Eng (3)
BME 363 – System Dynamics (3) BME 315 – Signals & Systems I (3)
ECE 300 – Circuits (5) Economics 201 – Introduction (4)
GEN ED – Arts/Humanities Cluster (3) GEN Ed – Arts/Humanities Cluster (3)

FOURTH YEAR

FALL SEMESTER (14) SPRING SEMESTER (15)
BME 410 – Professional Topics (2) BME 469 – BME Design II (3)
BME 430 – Biomedical Eng. Lab. (4) BME 473 – Applied Biomechanics (3)
BME 455 – BME Design (2) EF 402 – Fundamentals of Engineering (1)
DEPT ELEC – (3) Dept. Elective* (3)
TECH ELEC – (3) GEN ED – Cultures & Civilization Cluster Elective (3)
GEN ED – Social Sciences Cluster (3) GEN ED – Arts & Humanities Cluster.

NOTES
*Departmental electives must be chosen in consultation with your advisor.

**Technical Elective must have prior approval. No “Special Topics” course may be used without prior approval.