• BME 38XX. CELLULAR ENGINEERING LAB
  • BME 381X. BIOMATERIALS LAB
  • BME 431X. INNOVATION IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN
  • BME 483X. DRUG DELIVERY
  • BME 1001. INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
  • BME 2210. BIOMEDICAL SIGNALS, INSTRUMENTS AND MEASUREMENTS
  • BME 2211. BIOMEDICAL DATA ANALYSIS
  • BME 2511. INTRODUCTION TO BIOMECHANICS AND BIOTRANSPORT
  • BME 2811. INTRODUCTION TO BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE AND TISSUE ENGINEERING
  • BME 3012. BIOMEDICAL SENSORS LABORATORY
  • BME 3013. BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY
  • BME 3014. SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY
  • BME 3111. PHYSIOLOGY AND ENGINEERING
  • BME 3300. BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN
  • BME 3503. SKELETAL BIOMECHANICS LABORATORY

Supplemental Graduate Courses

  • BME 595: ST:ADVANC MUSCULOSKELETAL BIOM
    ‚ÄčThis course is intended as an advanced course for engineering students, with an emphasis on applying mechanics principles to study human kinematics and kinetics and their effects at the joint, organ, and tissue levels.  Topics will include: inverse kinematics and dynamics calculations, muscle force/length and force/velocity relationships, bone and cartilage stresses and strains, and clinical biomechanics applications.  Calculations based on experimental measurements and developing, validating, and applying computational approaches will be emphasized.
  • BME 595: SP TOP:CONTEMP TOP IN BIOMECHA
    This course will include an extensive review of contemporary literature on the topic of musculoskeletal biomechanics. It is intended to provide students with an appreciation of the experimental techniques and active areas of research at the interface of human movement and the musculoskeletal system.  Topics such as injury, arthroplasty, and the effects of surgical procedures will be discussed. ST:SMART MATERIALS & ACTUATION This course is intended as an advanced course for engineering students, with an emphasis on applying mechanics principles to study human kinematics and kinetics and their effects at the joint, organ, and tissue levels.  

    Topics will include: inverse kinematics and dynamics calculations, muscle force/length and force/velocity relationships, bone and cartilage stresses and strains, and clinical biomechanics applications.  Calculations based on experimental measurements and developing, validating, and applying computational approaches will be emphasized.
  • BME 595: ST:SMART MATERIALS & ACTUATION
    This course is intended as an advanced course for engineering students, with an emphasis on applying mechanics principles to study human kinematics and kinetics and their effects at the joint, organ, and tissue levels.  Topics will include: inverse kinematics and dynamics calculations, muscle force/length and force/velocity relationships, bone and cartilage stresses and strains, and clinical biomechanics applications.  Calculations based on experimental measurements and developing, validating, and applying computational approaches will be emphasized.
  • BME 523. BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION
  • BME 531. BIOMATERIALS IN THE DESIGN OF MEDICAL DEVICES
  • BME 532. MEDICAL DEVICE REGULATION
  • BME 550. TISSUE ENGINEERING
  • BME 552. TISSUE MECHANICS
  • BME 560. PHYSIOLOGY FOR ENGINEERS
  • BME 562. LABORATORY ANIMAL SURGERY
  • BME 581. MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS
  • BME 591. GRADUATE SEMINAR
  • BME 595. SPECIAL TOPICS IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING