Semester: Fall

Biomedical Engineering Fundamentals: BME 3060

Working specifically within the framework of biomedical engineering applications, this course provides the engineering fundamentals of the conservation laws of mass, energy, charge and momentum.

Biomedical Instrumentation: BME 4503

Covers engineering and medical bases of application, measurement and processing of signals to and from living systems. Biomedical transducers for measurements of movement, biopotentials, pressure, flow, concentrations, and temperature are discussed, as well as treatment devices such as ventilators and… Read More

Molecular Biomedical Engineering: BME 4311

Introduces the¬†fundamentals of molecular biology for biomedical engineers. Designed for juniors or senior majoring in biomedical engineering to learn the nomenclature and current state of knowledge of the eukaryotic cell and its related structures.¬†Topics include protein structure and function, enzymes,… Read More

Cellular Engineering Laboratory: BME 3323L

The cellular engineering laboratory will teach students the fundamentals of cell culture for use in biomedical engineering investigations. Acquire skills in cell culture, quantitative analyses, notebook keeping, report writing, and oral presentation.

Senior Design, Professionalism, and Ethics I: BME 4882

Design of custom strategies to address real-life issues in the development of biocompatible and biomimetic devices for biotechnology or biomedical applications. Student teams will work with a client in the development of projects that incorporate various aspects of biomedical engineering… Read More

Medical Imaging: BME 4531

Medical imaging technologies from a biomedical engineering perspective. The physics, mathematics, instrumentation and clinical applications of all common medical imaging modalities including x-ray radiography, computed tomography (CT), ultrasound imaging, positron emission tomography (PET), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) will be… Read More

Therapeutic Radiological Physics I: BME 6591

Introduction to radiation therapy physics: teletherapy, brachytherapy, interstitial therapy. Production of photons and electrons for therapeutic use. Radiation measurement and dosimetry clinical applications. Radiation protection and quality assurance.