BME Curriculum Content Areas

Areas of Depth in the Biomedical Engineering Curriculum 

In addition to its emphasis on the fundamentals of life sciences, engineering, mathematics and chemistry, the courses and curriculum for biomedical engineering has four synergistic areas of depth that align with the teaching and research interests of the BME faculty. Below are some of the courses offered in those areas. New courses are being developed all the time, particularly the higher level graduate courses as well as special topics courses, so consult the most recent course catalog to find other courses offered by Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and Biology & Medicine in these exciting areas.

Neuroengineering
ENGN1220 - Neuroengineering
ENGN1930B - Biophotonics
BIOL1140 - Tissue Engineering
ENGN1230 - Bioinstrumentation

Biosensors and Bioplatforms
ENGN1490 - Biomaterials
ENGN1110 - Transport and Biotransport Processes
ENGN1930R - Molecular and Cell Biology for Engineers
BIOL2110 - Drug and Gene Delivery
BIOL2130 - Techniques in Molecular and Cellular Science
ENGN1930B - Biophotonics
BIOL1210/1220 - Synthetic Biology
ENGN1230 - Bioinstrumentation
ENGN2910 - Cancer Nanotechnology
ENGN1930 - Photonics and Biophotonics
ENGN2910G - Topics in Translational Research and Technologies
ENGN1510 - Nanoengineering and Nanomedicine 

Mechanobiology
ENGN1210 - Biomechanics
ENGN1110 - Transport and Biotransport Processes
ENGN1930R - Molecular and Cell Biology for Engineers
ENGN2910K - Cell Mechanics
ENGN1510 - Nanoengineering and Nanomedicine

Tissue Engineering/Regenerative Medicine
BIOL1140 - Tissue Engineering
BIOL1150 - Stem Cell Engineering
ENGN1490 - Biomaterials
ENGN1520 - Cardiovascular Engineering
BIOL2110 - Drug and Gene Delivery
BIOL2130 - Techniques in Molecular and Cellular Science
ENGN1400 - Analytical Methods in Biomaterials
BIOL1210/1220 - Synthetic Biology
ENGN1510 - Nanoengineering and Nanomedicine