## Effective Fall 2022

Freshman | |||
---|---|---|---|

AUCC | Credits | ||

BIOM 100 | Overview of Biomedical Engineering | 1 | |

CHEM 111 | General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) | 3A | 4 |

CHEM 112 | General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) | 3A | 1 |

CO 150 | College Composition (GT-CO2) | 1A | 3 |

LIFE 102 | Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) | 3A | 4 |

MATH 160 | Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) | 1B | 4 |

MATH 161 | Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) | 1B | 4 |

MECH 103 | Introduction to Mechanical Engineering | 3 | |

MECH 105 | Mechanical Engineering Problem Solving | 3 | |

PH 141 | Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) | 3A | 5 |

Total Credits | 32 | ||

Sophomore | |||

BIOM 200 | Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering | 2 | |

CHEM 113 | General Chemistry II | 3 | |

CIVE 260 | Engineering Mechanics-Statics | 3 | |

CIVE 261 | Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics | 3 | |

MATH 261 | Calculus for Physical Scientists III | 4 | |

MATH 340 | Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations | 4 | |

Select one group from the following: | 3 | ||

Group A: | |||

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes | |||

Group B: | |||

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes: Lecture | |||

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes : Laboratory | |||

MECH 201 | Engineering Design I | 2 | |

MECH 231 | Engineering Experimentation | 3 | |

PH 142 | Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) | 3A | 5 |

Total Credits | 32 | ||

Junior | |||

BIOM 300 | Problem-Based Learning Biomedical Engr Lab | 4 | |

BMS 300 | Principles of Human Physiology | 4 | |

CHEM 245 | Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry | 4 | |

CIVE 360 | Mechanics of Solids | 3 | |

MECH 202 | Engineering Design II | 3 | |

MECH 324 | Dynamics of Machines | 4 | |

MECH 337 | Thermodynamics | 4 | |

MECH 342 | Fluid Mechanics for Mechanical Engineers | 3 | |

STAT 315 | Intro to Theory and Practice of Statistics | 3 | |

Total Credits | 32 | ||

Senior | |||

BIOM 441 | Biomechanics and Biomaterials | 3 | |

ECE 204 | Introduction to Electrical Engineering | 3 | |

MECH 301A | Engineering Design III: Finite Element Analysis | 1 | |

MECH 301B | Engineering Design III: Computational Fluid Dynamics | 1 | |

MECH 307 | Mechatronics and Measurement Systems | 4 | |

MECH 325 | Machine Design | 3 | |

Select one group from the following: | 4 | ||

Group A: | |||

Introduction to Engineering Materials | |||

Group B: | |||

Introduction to Engineering Materials: Lecture | |||

Introduction to Engineering Materials : Lab | |||

MECH 338 | Thermal/Fluid Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |

MECH 344 | Heat and Mass Transfer | 3 | |

BME Broad Electives (see list below) | 3 | ||

Advanced Writing | 2 | 3 | |

Arts and Humanities | 3B | 3 | |

Total Credits | 32 | ||

Fifth Year | |||

BIOM 486A | Biomedical Design Practicum: Capstone Design I | 4A,4B,4C | 4 |

BIOM 486B | Biomedical Design Practicum: Capstone Design II | 4A,4B,4C | 4 |

BME Technical Elective (See list below) | 6 | ||

MECH Technical Elective^{1} | 3 | ||

Arts and Humanities | 3B | 3 | |

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion | 1C | 3 | |

Historical Perspectives | 3D | 3 | |

Social and Behavioral Sciences | 3C | 3 | |

Total Credits | 29 | ||

Program Total Credits: | 157 |

**BME Technical Elective List**

Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

BC 351 | Principles of Biochemistry | 4 |

BC 401 | Comprehensive Biochemistry I | 3 |

BC 403 | Comprehensive Biochemistry II | 3 |

BC 404 | Comprehensive Biochemistry Laboratory | 2 |

BC 411 | Physical Biochemistry | 4 |

BC 463 | Molecular Genetics | 3 |

BC 465 | Molecular Regulation of Cell Function | 3 |

BC 565 | Molecular Regulation of Cell Function | 4 |

BIOM 350A | Study Abroad--Ecuador: Prosthetics | 1-2 |

BIOM 421 | Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 422 | Quantitative Systems and Synthetic Biology | 3 |

BIOM 431/ECE 431 | Biomedical Signal and Image Processing | 3 |

BIOM 476A | Biomedical Clinical Practicum I | 2 |

BIOM 476B | Biomedical Clinical Practicum II | 4 |

BIOM 495 | Independent Study | 1-6 |

BIOM 504/CBE 504 | Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 518/ECE 518 | Biophotonics | 3 |

BIOM 522/CBE 522 | Bioseparation Processes | 3 |

BIOM 525/MECH 525 | Cell and Tissue Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 526/ECE 526 | Biological Physics | 3 |

BIOM 527A/ECE 527A | Biosensing: Cells as Circuits | 1 |

BIOM 527B/ECE 527B | Biosensing: Signal and Noise in Biosensors | 1 |

BIOM 527C/ECE 527C | Biosensing: Sensor Circuit Fundamentals | 1 |

BIOM 527D/ECE 527D | Biosensing: Electrochemical Sensors | 1 |

BIOM 527E/ECE 527E | Biosensing: Affinity Sensors | 1 |

BIOM 527F/ECE 527F | Biosensing: Biophotonic Sensors Using Refractive Index | 1 |

BIOM 531/MECH 531 | Materials Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 533/CIVE 533 | Biomolecular Tools for Engineers | 3 |

BIOM 537/ECE 537 | Biomedical Signal Processing | 3 |

BIOM 570/MECH 570 | Bioengineering | 3 |

BIOM 573/MECH 573 | Structure and Function of Biomaterials | 3 |

BIOM 574/MECH 574 | Bio-Inspired Surfaces | 3 |

BIOM 576/MECH 576 | Quantitative Systems Physiology | 4 |

BIOM 578/MECH 578 | Musculoskeletal Biosolid Mechanics | 3 |

BIOM 579/MECH 579 | Cardiovascular Biomechanics | 3 |

BMS 301 | Human Gross Anatomy | 5 |

BMS 302 | Laboratory in Principles of Physiology | 2 |

BMS 310 | Anatomy for the Health Professions | 4 |

BMS 325 | Cellular Neurobiology | 3 |

BMS 345 | Functional Neuroanatomy | 4 |

BMS 405 | Nerve and Muscle-Toxins, Trauma and Disease | 3 |

BMS 409 | Human and Animal Reproductive Biology | 3 |

BMS 420 | Cardiopulmonary Physiology | 3 |

BMS 430 | Endocrinology | 3 |

BMS 450 | Pharmacology | 3 |

BMS 500 | Mammalian Physiology I | 4 |

BMS 501 | Mammalian Physiology II | 4 |

BMS 503/NB 503 | Developmental Neurobiology | 3 |

BMS 505/NB 505 | Neuronal Circuits, Systems and Behavior | 3 |

BZ 310 | Cell Biology | 4 |

BZ 311 | Developmental Biology | 4 |

BZ 350 | Molecular and General Genetics | 4 |

BZ 476/BZ 576 | Genetics of Model Organisms | 3 |

CBE 330 | Process Simulation | 3 |

CBE 505 | Biochemical Engineering Laboratory | 1 |

CBE 543 | Membranes for Biotechnology and Biomedicine | 3 |

CHEM 334 | Quantitative Analysis Laboratory | 1 |

CHEM 335 | Introduction to Analytical Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 343 | Modern Organic Chemistry II | 3 |

CHEM 344 | Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory | 2 |

CHEM 346 | Organic Chemistry II | 4 |

CHEM 433 | Clinical Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 539A | Principles of NMR and MRI: Basic NMR Principles | 1 |

CHEM 539B | Principles of NMR and MRI: NMR Diffusion Measurements-2D NMR and MRI | 1 |

CHEM 539C | Principles of NMR and MRI: Advanced NMR and MRI Techniques | 1 |

CM 501 | Advanced Cell Biology | 4 |

CM 502/NB 502 | Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology | 2 |

ECE 569/MECH 569 | Micro-Electro-Mechanical Devices | 3 |

ERHS 450 | Introduction to Radiation Biology | 3 |

ERHS 502 | Fundamentals of Toxicology | 3 |

ERHS 510/VS 510 | Cancer Biology | 3 |

ERHS 540 | Principles of Ergonomics | 3 |

FSHN 470 | Integrative Nutrition and Metabolism | 3 |

HES 307 | Biomechanical Principles of Human Movement | 4 |

HES 319 | Neuromuscular Aspects of Human Movement | 4 |

HES 403 | Physiology of Exercise | 4 |

HES 476 | Exercise and Chronic Disease | 3 |

MATH 455 | Mathematics in Biology and Medicine | 3 |

MECH 543 | Biofluid Mechanics | 3 |

MIP 300 | General Microbiology | 3 |

MIP 302 | General Microbiology Laboratory | 2 |

MIP 342 | Immunology | 4 |

MIP 343 | Immunology Laboratory | 2 |

MIP 351 | Medical Bacteriology | 3 |

MIP 352 | Medical Bacteriology Laboratory | 3 |

MIP 420 | Medical and Molecular Virology | 4 |

MIP 443 | Microbial Physiology | 4 |

MIP 450 | Microbial Genetics | 3 |

MIP 576/BSPM 576 | Bioinformatics | 3 |

NB 500/BMS 502 | Readings in Cellular Neurobiology | 1 |

NB 501 | Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology | 2 |

### BME Broad Electives

Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

AB 310 | Understanding Pesticides | 3 |

ATS 555 | Air Pollution | 3 |

ATS 560 | Air Pollution Measurement | 2 |

BC 351 | Principles of Biochemistry | 4 |

BC 401 | Comprehensive Biochemistry I | 3 |

BC 403 | Comprehensive Biochemistry II | 3 |

BC 404 | Comprehensive Biochemistry Laboratory | 2 |

BC 411 | Physical Biochemistry | 4 |

BC 441 | 3D Molecular Models for Biochemistry | 1 |

BC 463 | Molecular Genetics | 3 |

BC 464 | Molecular Genetics Recitation | 1 |

BC 465 | Molecular Regulation of Cell Function | 3 |

BC 517 | Metabolism | 2 |

BC 521/CHEM 521 | Principles of Chemical Biology | 3 |

BC 563 | Molecular Genetics | 4 |

BIOM 421 | Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 422 | Quantitative Systems and Synthetic Biology | 3 |

BIOM 431/ECE 431 | Biomedical Signal and Image Processing | 3 |

BIOM 504/CBE 504 | Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 517/ECE 517 | Advanced Optical Imaging | 3 |

BIOM 518/ECE 518 | Biophotonics | 3 |

BIOM 522/CBE 522 | Bioseparation Processes | 3 |

BIOM 525/MECH 525 | Cell and Tissue Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 526/ECE 526 | Biological Physics | 3 |

BIOM 527A/ECE 527A | Biosensing: Cells as Circuits | 1 |

BIOM 527B/ECE 527B | Biosensing: Signal and Noise in Biosensors | 1 |

BIOM 527C/ECE 527C | Biosensing: Sensor Circuit Fundamentals | 1 |

BIOM 527D/ECE 527D | Biosensing: Electrochemical Sensors | 1 |

BIOM 527E/ECE 527E | Biosensing: Affinity Sensors | 1 |

BIOM 527F/ECE 527F | Biosensing: Biophotonic Sensors Using Refractive Index | 1 |

BIOM 531/MECH 531 | Materials Engineering | 3 |

BIOM 532/MECH 532 | Materials Issues in Mechanical Design | 3 |

BIOM 533/CIVE 533 | Biomolecular Tools for Engineers | 3 |

BIOM 537/ECE 537 | Biomedical Signal Processing | 3 |

BIOM 570/MECH 570 | Bioengineering | 3 |

BIOM 573/MECH 573 | Structure and Function of Biomaterials | 3 |

BIOM 574/MECH 574 | Bio-Inspired Surfaces | 3 |

BIOM 576/MECH 576 | Quantitative Systems Physiology | 4 |

BIOM 578/MECH 578 | Musculoskeletal Biosolid Mechanics | 3 |

BIOM 579/MECH 579 | Cardiovascular Biomechanics | 3 |

BMS 301 | Human Gross Anatomy | 5 |

BMS 302 | Laboratory in Principles of Physiology | 2 |

BMS 305 | Domestic Animal Gross Anatomy | 4 |

BMS 310 | Anatomy for the Health Professions | 4 |

BMS 325 | Cellular Neurobiology | 3 |

BMS 330 | Microscopic Anatomy | 4 |

BMS 345 | Functional Neuroanatomy | 4 |

BMS 405 | Nerve and Muscle-Toxins, Trauma and Disease | 3 |

BMS 409 | Human and Animal Reproductive Biology | 3 |

BMS 420 | Cardiopulmonary Physiology | 3 |

BMS 430 | Endocrinology | 3 |

BMS 450 | Pharmacology | 3 |

BMS 460 | Essentials of Pathophysiology | 3 |

BMS 500 | Mammalian Physiology I | 4 |

BMS 501 | Mammalian Physiology II | 4 |

BMS 503/NB 503 | Developmental Neurobiology | 3 |

BMS 505/NB 505 | Neuronal Circuits, Systems and Behavior | 3 |

BMS 545 | Neuroanatomy | 5 |

BMS 575 | Human Anatomy Dissection | 4 |

BSPM 302 | Applied and General Entomology | 2 |

BSPM 361 | Elements of Plant Pathology | 3 |

BSPM 576/MIP 576 | Bioinformatics | 3 |

BZ 310 | Cell Biology | 4 |

BZ 311 | Developmental Biology | 4 |

BZ 348/MATH 348 | Theory of Population and Evolutionary Ecology | 4 |

BZ 350 | Molecular and General Genetics | 4 |

BZ 360 | Bioinformatics and Genomics | 3 |

BZ 420 | Evolutionary Medicine | 3 |

BZ 476/BZ 576 | Genetics of Model Organisms | 3 |

BZ 576/BZ 476 | Genetics of Model Organisms | 4 |

CBE 406 | Introduction to Transport Phenomena | 3 |

CBE 501 | Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics | 3 |

CBE 502 | Advanced Reactor Design | 3 |

CBE 503 | Transport Phenomena Fundamentals | 3 |

CBE 505 | Biochemical Engineering Laboratory | 1 |

CBE 514 | Polymer Science and Engineering | 3 |

CBE 521 | Mathematical Modeling for Chemical Engineers | 3 |

CBE 524 | Bioremediation | 1 |

CBE 540/CIVE 540 | Advanced Biological Wastewater Processing | 3 |

CBE 570 | Biomolecular Engineering/Synthetic Biology | 3 |

CHEM 246 | Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Laboratory | 1 |

CHEM 261 | Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 311 | Introduction to Nanoscale Science | 3 |

CHEM 334 | Quantitative Analysis Laboratory | 1 |

CHEM 335 | Introduction to Analytical Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 338 | Environmental Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 431 | Instrumental Analysis | 4 |

CHEM 433 | Clinical Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 440 | Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory | 2 |

CHEM 461 | Inorganic Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 522 | Methods of Chemical Biology | 2 |

CHEM 532 | Advanced Chemical Analysis II | 3 |

CHEM 537 | Electrochemical Methods | 3 |

CHEM 539A | Principles of NMR and MRI: Basic NMR Principles | 1 |

CHEM 539B | Principles of NMR and MRI: NMR Diffusion Measurements-2D NMR and MRI | 1 |

CHEM 539C | Principles of NMR and MRI: Advanced NMR and MRI Techniques | 1 |

CHEM 541 | Organic Molecular Structure Determination | 2 |

CHEM 543 | Structure/Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry | 2 |

CHEM 545 | Synthetic Organic Chemistry I | 3 |

CHEM 547 | Physical Organic Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 555 | Chemistry of Sustainability | 3 |

CHEM 560 | Foundations of Inorganic Synthesis | 1 |

CHEM 566 | Bioinorganic Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 567 | Crystallographic Computation | 1 |

CHEM 569 | Chemical Crystallography | 3 |

CHEM 570 | Chemical Bonding | 3 |

CHEM 575 | Fundamentals of Chemical Thermodynamics | 1 |

CHEM 576 | Statistical Mechanics | 2 |

CHEM 577 | Surface Chemistry | 3 |

CHEM 578A | Computational Chemistry: Electronic Structure | 1 |

CHEM 579 | Chemical Kinetics | 3 |

CIVE 322 | Basic Hydrology | 3 |

CIVE 330 | Ecological Engineering | 3 |

CIVE 367 | Structural Analysis | 3 |

CIVE 401 | Hydraulic Engineering | 3 |

CIVE 413 | Environmental River Mechanics | 3 |

CIVE 423 | Groundwater Engineering | 3 |

CIVE 438 | Fundamentals of Environmental Engr | 3 |

CIVE 439 | Applications of Environmental Engr Concepts | 3 |

CIVE 440 | Nonpoint Source Pollution | 3 |

CIVE 442 | Air Quality Engineering | 3 |

CIVE 504 | Wind Engineering | 3 |

CIVE 520 | Physical Hydrology | 3 |

CIVE 524/WR 524 | Modeling Watershed Hydrology | 3 |

CIVE 531 | Groundwater Hydrology | 3 |

CIVE 538 | Aqueous Chemistry | 3 |

CIVE 560 | Advanced Mechanics of Materials | 3 |

CIVE 562 | Fundamentals of Vibrations | 3 |

CM 501 | Advanced Cell Biology | 4 |

CM 502/NB 502 | Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology | 2 |

CS 152 | Python for STEM | 2 |

CS 163 | CS1---No Prior Programming Experience | 4 |

or CS 164 | CS1--Computational Thinking with Java | |

CS 165 | CS2--Data Structures | 4 |

CS 220 | Discrete Structures and their Applications | 4 |

CS 253 | Software Development with C++ | 4 |

CS 270 | Computer Organization | 4 |

CS 314 | Software Engineering | 3 |

CS 320 | Algorithms--Theory and Practice | 3 |

CS 356 | Systems Security | 3 |

CS 370 | Operating Systems | 3 |

CS 4** - Any 400-level CS course except CS 495 | ||

CS 5** - Any 500-level CS course | ||

DSCI 320 | Optimization Methods in Data Science | 3 |

ECE 232 | Introduction to Project Practices | 1 |

ECE 312 | Linear System Analysis II | 3 |

ECE 4** - Any ECE course at the 400-level except ECE 495 | ||

ECE 5** - Any ECE course at the 500-level | ||

ENGR 300 | 3D Printing Lab for Engineers | 1 |

ENGR 422 | Technology Entrepreneurship | 3 |

ENGR 502 | Engineering Project and Program Management | 3 |

ENGR 510 | Engineering Optimization: Method/Application | 3 |

ENGR 525 | Intellectual Property and Invention Systems | 3 |

ENGR 531 | Engineering Risk Analysis | 3 |

ENGR 550/MATH 550 | Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering | 3 |

ENGR 570 | Coupled Electromechanical Systems | 3 |

ERHS 320 | Environmental Health--Water Quality | 3 |

ERHS 332 | Principles of Epidemiology | 3 |

ERHS 400 | Radiation Safety | 3 |

ERHS 410 | Environmental Health-Air and Waste Management | 3 |

ERHS 430 | Human Disease and the Environment | 3 |

ERHS 446 | Environmental Toxicology | 3 |

ERHS 448 | Environmental Contaminants | 3 |

ERHS 450 | Introduction to Radiation Biology | 3 |

ERHS 502 | Fundamentals of Toxicology | 3 |

ERHS 503 | Toxicology Principles | 1 |

ERHS 510/VS 510 | Cancer Biology | 3 |

ERHS 530 | Radiological Physics and Dosimetry I | 3 |

ERHS 540 | Principles of Ergonomics | 3 |

ERHS 542 | Biostatistical Methods for Qualitative Data | 3 |

ERHS 547 | Equipment and Instrumentation | 3 |

ESS 353 | Global Change Impacts, Adaptation, Mitigation | 3 |

F 311 | Forest Ecology | 3 |

FIN 305 | Fundamentals of Finance | 3 |

FSHN 470 | Integrative Nutrition and Metabolism | 3 |

FTEC 447 | Food Chemistry | 2 |

GEOL 150 | Physical Geology for Scientists and Engineers | 4 |

GEOL 452 | Hydrogeology | 4 |

GEOL 454 | Geomorphology | 4 |

GES 441 | Analysis of Sustainable Energy Solutions | 3 |

GES 542 | Biobased Fuels, Energy, and Chemicals | 3 |

HES 207 | Anatomical Kinesiology | 3 |

HES 307 | Biomechanical Principles of Human Movement | 4 |

HES 319 | Neuromuscular Aspects of Human Movement | 4 |

HES 403 | Physiology of Exercise | 4 |

HES 420 | Electrocardiography and Exercise Management | 3 |

HES 476 | Exercise and Chronic Disease | 3 |

HORT 579 | Mass Spectrometry Omics-Methods and Analysis | 3 |

IDEA 310B | Design Thinking Toolbox: 3D Modeling | 2 |

IDEA 310D | Design Thinking Toolbox: Digital Imaging | 1 |

IDEA 310H/CS 310H | Design Thinking Toolbox: Mixed Reality Design | 3 |

IDEA 455/MGT 455 | Designing for Defense | 3 |

LIFE 201B | Introductory Genetics: Molecular/Immunological/Developmental (GT-SC2) | 3 |

LIFE 202B | Introductory Genetics Recitation: Molecular | 1 |

LIFE 203 | Introductory Genetics Laboratory | 2 |

LIFE 210 | Introductory Eukaryotic Cell Biology | 3 |

LIFE 211 | Introductory Cell Biology Honors Recitation | 1 |

LIFE 212 | Introductory Cell Biology Laboratory | 2 |

LIFE 320 | Ecology | 3 |

MATH 151 | Mathematical Algorithms in Matlab I | 1 |

MATH 229 | Matrices and Linear Equations | 2 |

MATH 235 | Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning | 2 |

MATH 301 | Introduction to Combinatorial Theory | 3 |

MATH 317 | Advanced Calculus of One Variable | 3 |

MATH 331 | Introduction to Mathematical Modeling | 3 |

MATH 332 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 348/BZ 348 | Theory of Population and Evolutionary Ecology | 4 |

MATH 360 | Mathematics of Information Security | 3 |

MATH 366 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra | 3 |

MATH 369 | Linear Algebra I | 3 |

MATH 405 | Introduction to Number Theory | 3 |

MATH 417 | Advanced Calculus I | 3 |

MATH 418 | Advanced Calculus II | 3 |

MATH 419 | Introduction to Complex Variables | 3 |

MATH 430/ECE 430 | Fourier and Wavelet Analysis with Apps | 3 |

MATH 450 | Introduction to Numerical Analysis I | 3 |

MATH 451 | Introduction to Numerical Analysis II | 3 |

MATH 455 | Mathematics in Biology and Medicine | 3 |

MATH 460 | Information and Coding Theory | 3 |

MATH 466 | Abstract Algebra I | 3 |

MATH 467 | Abstract Algebra II | 3 |

MATH 469 | Linear Algebra II | 3 |

MATH 470 | Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry | 3 |

MATH 474 | Introduction to Differential Geometry | 3 |

MATH 525 | Optimal Control | 3 |

MATH 530 | Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers | 3 |

MATH 532 | Mathematical Modeling of Large Data Sets | 3 |

MATH 535 | Foundations of Applied Mathematics | 3 |

MATH 546 | Partial Differential Equations II | 3 |

MATH 550/ENGR 550 | Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering | 3 |

MATH 560 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

MGT 305 | Fundamentals of Management | 3 |

MECH 4** - Any 400-level MECH course except MECH 495 | ||

MECH 5** - Any 500-level MECH course | ||

MGT 340 | Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship | 3 |

MIP 300 | General Microbiology | 3 |

MIP 302 | General Microbiology Laboratory | 2 |

MIP 315 | Pathology of Human and Animal Disease | 3 |

MIP 334 | Food Microbiology | 3 |

MIP 335 | Food Microbiology Laboratory | 2 |

MIP 342 | Immunology | 4 |

MIP 343 | Immunology Laboratory | 2 |

MIP 351 | Medical Bacteriology | 3 |

MIP 352 | Medical Bacteriology Laboratory | 3 |

MIP 420 | Medical and Molecular Virology | 4 |

MIP 425 | Virology and Cell Culture Laboratory | 2 |

MIP 432/ESS 432 | Microbial Ecology | 3 |

MIP 433/ESS 433 | Microbial Ecology Laboratory | 1 |

MIP 443 | Microbial Physiology | 4 |

MIP 450 | Microbial Genetics | 3 |

MIP 530 | Advanced Molecular Virology | 4 |

MIP 543 | RNA Biology | 3 |

MIP 550 | Microbial and Molecular Genetics Laboratory | 4 |

MIP 555 | Principles and Mechanisms of Disease | 3 |

MIP 576/BSPM 576 | Bioinformatics | 3 |

MIP 578/BZ 578 | Genetics of Natural Populations | 4 |

MKT 305 | Fundamentals of Marketing | 3 |

MSE 501 | Materials Technology Transfer | 1 |

MSE 502A | Materials Science & Engineering Methods: Materials Structure and Scattering | 1 |

MSE 502B | Materials Science & Engineering Methods: Computational Materials Methods | 1 |

MSE 502C | Materials Science & Engineering Methods: Materials Microscopy | 1 |

MSE 502D | Materials Science & Engineering Methods: Materials Spectroscopy | 1 |

MSE 502E | Materials Science & Engineering Methods: Bulk Properties and Performance | 1 |

MSE 502F | Materials Science & Engineering Methods: Experimental Methods for Materials Research | 1 |

MSE 503 | Mechanical Behavior of Materials | 3 |

MSE 504 | Thermodynamics of Materials | 3 |

MSE 505 | Kinetics of Materials | 3 |

NR 319 | Geospatial Applications in Natural Resources | 4 |

NR 323/GR 323 | Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation | 3 |

NR 505 | Concepts in GIS | 4 |

PH 314 | Introduction to Modern Physics | 4 |

PH 315 | Modern Physics Laboratory | 2 |

PH 341 | Mechanics | 4 |

PH 351 | Electricity and Magnetism | 4 |

PH 353 | Optics and Waves | 4 |

PH 361 | Physical Thermodynamics | 3 |

PH 425 | Advanced Physics Laboratory | 2 |

PH 451 | Introductory Quantum Mechanics I | 3 |

PH 452 | Introductory Quantum Mechanics II | 3 |

PH 462 | Statistical Physics | 3 |

PH 517 | Chaos, Fractals, and Nonlinear Dynamics | 3 |

PH 521 | Introduction to Lasers | 3 |

PH 522 | Introductory Laser Laboratory | 1 |

PH 531 | Introductory Condensed Matter Physics | 3 |

PH 561 | Elementary Particle Physics | 3 |

PH 571 | Mathematical Methods for Physics I | 3 |

PHIL 410 | Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems | 3 |

PSY 253 | Human Factors and Engineering Psychology | 3 |

SOCR 330 | Principles of Genetics | 3 |

SOCR 400 | Soils and Global Change--Science and Impacts | 3 |

SOCR 455 | Soil Microbiology | 3 |

SOCR 456 | Soil Microbiology Laboratory | 1 |

SOCR 467 | Soil and Environmental Chemistry | 3 |

SOCR 470 | Soil Physics | 3 |

SOCR 471 | Soil Physics Laboratory | 1 |

SOCR 567 | Environmental Soil Chemistry | 4 |

STAR 512 | Design and Data Analysis for Researchers II | 4 |

STAT 158 | Introduction to R Programming | 1 |

STAT 305 | Sampling Techniques | 3 |

STAT 331 | Intermediate Applied Statistical Methods | 3 |

STAT 341 | Statistical Data Analysis I | 3 |

STAT 342 | Statistical Data Analysis II | 3 |

STAT 400 | Statistical Computing | 3 |

STAT 420 | Probability and Mathematical Statistics I | 3 |

STAT 421 | Introduction to Stochastic Processes | 3 |

STAT 430 | Probability and Mathematical Statistics II | 3 |

STAT 460 | Applied Multivariate Analysis | 3 |

SYSE 501 | Foundations of Systems Engineering | 3 |

SYSE 534 | Human Systems Integration | 3 |

__Distinctive Requirements for Degree Program__:

**TO DECLARE MAJOR:** Engineering is a controlled major: students are admitted into the major only if they meet established academic standards. The biomedical engineering combined with mechanical engineering program has additional admissions requirements and enrollment limits. Please see competitive major requirements or the advisor in the Department for more information.

**TO PREPARE FOR FIRST SEMESTER:** The curriculum for this major assumes students enter college prepared to take calculus and chemistry. To qualify for graduation, students in the biomedical engineering combined with mechanical engineering must achieve a minimum 2.000 grade point average at CSU in all courses in engineering, mathematics, computer science, statistics, physics, and chemistry as well as courses taken as technical electives.

Freshman | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Semester 1 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

BIOM 100 | Overview of Biomedical Engineering | X | 1 | ||

CHEM 111 | General Chemistry I (GT-SC2) | X | 3A | 4 | |

CHEM 112 | General Chemistry Lab I (GT-SC1) | X | 3A | 1 | |

CO 150 | College Composition (GT-CO2) | X | 1A | 3 | |

MATH 160 | Calculus for Physical Scientists I (GT-MA1) | X | 1B | 4 | |

MECH 103 | Introduction to Mechanical Engineering | X | 3 | ||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Semester 2 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

LIFE 102 | Attributes of Living Systems (GT-SC1) | X | 3A | 4 | |

MATH 161 | Calculus for Physical Scientists II (GT-MA1) | X | 1B | 4 | |

MECH 105 | Mechanical Engineering Problem Solving | X | 3 | ||

PH 141 | Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (GT-SC1) | X | 3A | 5 | |

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Sophomore | |||||

Semester 3 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

BIOM 200 | Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering | X | 2 | ||

CIVE 260 | Engineering Mechanics-Statics | X | 3 | ||

MATH 261 | Calculus for Physical Scientists III | X | 4 | ||

MECH 201 | Engineering Design I | X | 2 | ||

PH 142 | Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (GT-SC1) | X | 3A | 5 | |

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Semester 4 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

CHEM 113 | General Chemistry II | X | 3 | ||

CIVE 261 | Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics | X | 3 | ||

MATH 340 | Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations | X | 4 | ||

MECH 231 | Engineering Experimentation | X | 3 | ||

Select one group from the following: | 3 | ||||

Group A: | |||||

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes | X | ||||

Group B: | |||||

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes: Lecture | X | ||||

Introduction to Manufacturing Processes : Laboratory | X | ||||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Junior | |||||

Semester 5 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

CIVE 360 | Mechanics of Solids | X | 3 | ||

MECH 202 | Engineering Design II | X | 3 | ||

MECH 337 | Thermodynamics | X | 4 | ||

MECH 342 | Fluid Mechanics for Mechanical Engineers | X | 3 | ||

STAT 315 | Intro to Theory and Practice of Statistics | X | 3 | ||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Semester 6 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

BIOM 300 | Problem-Based Learning Biomedical Engr Lab | X | 4 | ||

BMS 300 | Principles of Human Physiology | X | 4 | ||

CHEM 245 | Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry | X | 4 | ||

MECH 324 | Dynamics of Machines | X | 4 | ||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Senior | |||||

Semester 7 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

BIOM 441 | Biomechanics and Biomaterials | X | 3 | ||

ECE 204 | Introduction to Electrical Engineering | X | 3 | ||

MECH 325 | Machine Design | X | 3 | ||

Select one group from the following: | 4 | ||||

Group A: | |||||

Introduction to Engineering Materials | X | ||||

Group B: | |||||

Introduction to Engineering Materials: Lecture | X | ||||

Introduction to Engineering Materials : Lab | X | ||||

BME Technical Elective | X | 3 | |||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Semester 8 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

MECH 301A | Engineering Design III: Finite Element Analysis | X | 1 | ||

MECH 301B | Engineering Design III: Computational Fluid Dynamics | X | 1 | ||

MECH 307 | Mechatronics and Measurement Systems | X | 4 | ||

MECH 338 | Thermal/Fluid Sciences Laboratory | X | 1 | ||

MECH 344 | Heat and Mass Transfer | X | 3 | ||

Advanced Writing | X | 2 | 3 | ||

Arts and Humanities | X | 3B | 3 | ||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Fifth Year | |||||

Semester 9 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

BIOM 486A | Biomedical Design Practicum: Capstone Design I | X | 4A,4B,4C | 4 | |

BME Technical Elective (See List on Requirements tab) | X | 3 | |||

MECH Technical Elective (See approved courses on Requirements Tab) | X | 3 | |||

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion | 1C | 3 | |||

Social and Behavioral Sciences | X | 3C | 3 | ||

Total Credits | 16 | ||||

Semester 10 | Critical | Recommended | AUCC | Credits | |

BIOM 486B | Biomedical Design Practicum: Capstone Design II | X | 4A,4B,4C | 4 | |

BME Technical Elective (See List on Requirements tab) | X | 3 | |||

Arts and Humanities | X | 3B | 3 | ||

Historical Perspectives | X | 3D | 3 | ||

The benchmark courses for the 10th semester are the remaining courses in the entire program of study. | X | ||||

Total Credits | 13 | ||||

Program Total Credits: | 157 |