Intra-University in Colleges of Health and Human Sciences, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Veterinary Medicine and 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 Ph.D. in Bioengineering
- Minimum of 72 semester credits of graduate work in approved course of study.
- Minimum of 42 semester credits earned at CSU (while in the graduate program).
- Minimum of 32 semester credits earned after admission to CSU.
- 10 credits earned after master's degree is accepted for credit with approval from the student's major advisor, the bioengineering program, and the Graduate School.
- Minimum of 12 semester credits in 500 level (and above) formerly taught courses (not including dissertation and independent study) earned at CSU (post master's degree). The preceding list of core courses must be satisfied (15 credits). In addition, at least two life science courses (500-level or above) and two engineering courses (500-level or above) must be taken (12 credits minimum) as part of their graduate study (either as a master's student or Ph.D. student).
- Successful completion of the qualifying exam.
- Successful completion of the preliminary exam.
- Successful completion of the dissertation defense.