Students who are interested in Biomedical Engineering may obtain an MS Engineering Concentration in Biomedical Engineering.
A minimum of 15 credits of graduate courses from the following list; may include up to 3 credits each of BME 990 and BME 999. Also, students must take at least 16 credits of engineering courses.
- BME 733 Sensors and Systems
- BME 890 Special Topics
- BME 990 Masters Thesis
- BME 999 Advanced Independent Study
- COMPSCI/ELECENG 710 Artificial Intelligence
- ELECENG/MECHENG 701 Advanced Linear System Analysis
- COMPSCI/ELECENG 711 Pattern Recognition – Statistical, neural, and fuzzy Approaches
- COMPSCI/ELECENG 712 Image Processing
- ELECENG/MECHENG 718 Nonlinear Control Systems
- ELECENG 737 Fundamentals of Neuroimaging
- ELECENG 765 Intro to Fourier Optics and Optical Signal Processing
- ELECENG 810 Advanced Digital Signal Processing
- MECHENG 715 Numerical Methods in Engineering
- BMS 765 Molecular Pathophysiology
- OCCTHPY 701 Advanced Measurements and Instrumentation in Healthcare
- PH 702 Introduction to Biostatistics
- PH 704 Principles and Methods of Epidemiology
- PH 706 Perspectives on Community & Behavioral Health
- PH 709 Public Health Informatics
- PH 711 Intermediate Biostatistics
- PH 712 Probability and Statistical Inference
- Physics 705 Molecular, Cellular, and System Biophysics
- Physics 706 Biophotonics
- Physics 782 Physics of Medical Imaging
Compliance with GFC Doc.878
This concentration meets the requirements of GFC Doc. 878. Students who wish to receive multiple concentrations within the MS in Engineering must complete 15 credits from the approved list of courses for each concentration.
Due to diverse technical areas in engineering and common practice by most engineering institutions in the US, M.S. degree in engineering lists the area of concentration in the student’s academic records. This describes the student’s background better and enhances employment opportunities for the student. It also aids the department in tracking graduate students. The above-described plan aligns the BME program with other engineering concentrations of the College of Engineering & Applied Science.