Intra-University in Colleges of Health and Human Sceinces, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Effective Fall 2007
|Core Course Requirements|
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Biomolecular Tools for Engineers|
|Methods in Cell and Molecular Biology: Mammalian Cell Culture Techniques|
|Methods in Cell and Molecular Biology: Immunochemical Techniques|
|Methods in Cell and Molecular Biology: Radiation Cytogenetics|
|Methods in Cell and Molecular Biology: Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting|
|BIOM 570/MECH 570||Bioengineering||3|
|MATH 530||Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers||4|
|STAT 512||Design and Data Analysis for Researchers II||4|
Specific requirements for the M.S. in Bioengineering
- Minimum of 30 semester credits of graduate work in approved course of study.
- Minimum of 24 semester credits earned at CSU (21 while in the graduate program).
- Minimum of 21 semester credits earned at CSU (not including thesis or independent study credits) in 500-level (or above) regular courses. The preceding list of core courses must be satisfied (15 credits). In addition, at least one life science course (500-level or above) and one engineering course (500-level or above) must be taken (6 credits minimum).
- Thesis credits (a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 credits).
- Final thesis defense.