Bioengineering Concentration (83 credits)

Degree Requirements

Required Courses:

BIOL 141General Biology

4

BIOL 142General Biology

4

BIOL 143General Biology

4

BIOL 381Cell Biology I: Structure and Bioenergetics

4

BIOL 382Cell Biology II: Genetics and Molecular Biology

4

BIOL 470Biophysics (or PHYS 470)

4

CHEM 143General Chemistry

3

CHEM 146General Chemistry Laboratory

1

CHEM 321Organic Chemistry

4

CHEM 324Organic Chemistry Laboratory

1

ENGR 223Engineering Mechanics

3

ENGR 331Fluid Mechanics

4

ENGR 384Bioengineeering Instrumentation

4

ENGR 386Bioengineering Materials

4

ENGR 486Tissue Engineering (Or BIOL 486)

4

PHYS 331Introduction to Nanotechnology

3

PHYS 332Introduction to Nanotechnology Laboratory

1

Total Credit Hours:83

Depth Electives (8)

ENGR 485Biological and Chemical Reactor Design

4

ENGR 487Biomedical Imaging

4

Other courses may be selected with approval of the academic advisor.

Breadth Electives (19)

Computer Science Electives (0-8)

Engineering Electives (0-8)

Management (0-4)

MGMT 371Principles of Management

4

MGMT 380Principles of Project Management

4

Math and Science Electives (8-13)

BIOL 383Cell Biology III: Genomics and Regulation

4

BIOL 445Advanced Microbiology

4

BIOL 464Animal Physiology

4

BIOL 466Immunology

4

CHEM 322Organic Chemistry

4

and

CHEM 325Organic Chemistry Laboratory

1

CHEM 431Foundations of Biochemistry

4

MATH 319Optimization (or ENGR 419)

4

MATH 341Numerical Analysis

4

MATH 389Linear Algebra

4

MATH 413Partial Differential Equations

4

PHYS 252Principles of Physics

3

and

PHYS 255Principles of Physics Laboratory

1

PHYS 253Principles of Physics

3

PHYS 256Principles of Physics Laboratory

1

Transport Phenomena Elective (3-4)

ENGR 332Thermodynamics

3

ENGR 465Heat Transfer

4

ENGR 468Engineering Finite Element Methods

4

Topics classes or other appropriate classes may be substituted for classes in the breadth elective category if approved by the School of Engineering.

Engineering and computer science electives, approved by the School of Engineering, must be chosen in consultation with the academic advisor.