Master of Science: Biomedical Engineering

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from this program will:

  • formulate solutions to complex biomedical engineering problems;
  • employ advanced mathematical, statistical, and programming skills;
  • demonstrate enhanced written, graphical, and/or oral technical communication skills.

Coursework Masters: 21 Elective Credits

Thesis Masters: 15 Elective Credits + 6 Thesis Credits

Required Coursework
E&C-ENGR 380Signals and Systems3
MEC-ENGR 406Introduction to Biomaterials3
or MEC-ENGR 5506 Introduction to Biomaterials
Please choose one of the following:3
Biostatistics 2
Introduction to Statistical Learning
Introduction to Statistical Learning
Applied Biostatistics I
Electives: Minimum of 9 Engineering Credits & Minimum of 6 Biology/Medical/Science Credits21
Global Health: New and Emerging Infections Diseases
From Bench to Bedside: Translational Research
Bioinformatics and Data Analysis
Mammalian Physiology
Graduate Virology
Graduate Developmental Biology
Applied Biostatistics II
Human Genome Epidemiology
Introduction to Medical Informatics
Clinical Bioinformatics
Quantitative Aspects of Epidemiologic Research
Medical Decision Making
Responsible Conduct of Research
Introduction to Bioinformatics
Deep Learning
Genetics and Biochemistry of Cranial Facial Biology
Physiology of Oral Mineralized Tissues
Theory of Elasticity
Computer Vision
Digital Signal Processing
Advanced Digital Image Processing
Pattern Recognition
Computer Networks
Emerging Interdisciplinary Research in Nanotechnology
Nanoelectromagnetics and Plasmonics
Introduction to Biomechanics
Biodynamics
Experimental Biomechanics of Human Motion
Biomedical Device Design
Advanced Dynamics and Modeling
Mechatronics System Design
Total Credits30