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1 Student Guide Department of Bioengineering Bachelor of Science Degree Program Student Guide

2 Table of Contents I. BACHELOR of SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM in BIOENGINEERING - OVERVIEW... 3 II. Bioengineering Undergraduate Curriculum... 5 a. Biomedical Signals and Systems Concentration (BMSS)... 5 a1. Honors College Curriculum for BMSS Concentration... 6 b. Bioengineering Health Care Informatics Concentration (BHI)... 8 b1. Honors College Curriculum for BHI Concentration... 9 c. Bioengineering and Pre-Health Coursework at George Mason University d. Undergraduate Course Descriptions e. Approved Technical Electives f. MASON CORE for Bioengineering III. BSBioE Degree Program and Impact on Nova Students IV. General Information a. Academic Status b. Repeating a Course c. Repeating Bioengineering Courses d. Important Guidelines and Recommendations e. Advising f. Study Groups g. Cooperative Education and Internships h. Scholarships and Financial Aid i. Registration k. Warning/Suspension Credit Hour Limit l. Force Add/Course Permit/Override m. Closed Class n. Overload o. Dropping a Course p. Elective Withdrawal for Undergraduates q. Courses at other Universities r. Transfer Courses Equivalencies s. English Exemption t. Honor Societies u. Annual Academic Awards v. Student Organizations w. Graduation x. Graduation GPA and Grades Requirements VI. Full - Time Bioengineering Faculty

3 I. BACHELOR of SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM in BIOENGINEERING - OVERVIEW All BioE students are required to see their advisor prior to course registration each semester. The advisor list will be posted outside the BIOE office and updated twice a year. Students interested in bioengineering who have not declared a major are also strongly urged to obtain advising at the Department of Bioengineering. Additional Information on the bioengineering program, faculty, and associated research interests is available at: Inquiries concerning a bioengineering course of study should be directed to the Bioengineering Program Office, room 3800, Nguyen Engineering Bldg., Fairfax campus, (703) Application Materials may be requested from: Admissions Office, Mail Stop 3A4 (703) George Mason University Fairfax, VA Cooperative Education and Financial Aid: The requirements for the degree may be satisfied on a part-time or co-op basis. Cooperative Education, managed by the Career Services Office (http://careers.gmu.edu/) at GMU, provides students with the opportunity to integrate paid, career-related work experience with classroom learning. Students interested in financial aid should explore opportunities through the Office of Student Financial Aid (http://financialaid.gmu.edu/). Bioengineering, or biomedical engineering, is the use of engineering techniques to solve problems in biology and medicine. Bioengineers design instruments, processes, and systems that assist in diagnosis of disease and aid individuals with disabilities. They also create new instruments to enable novel measurements from biological systems, conduct basic research to acquire biomedical knowledge, and develop quantitative models that recapitulate the dynamics of a biological system. As the need for interaction between engineering and computation with the life sciences is increasing, so is the need for individuals who can work and communicate effectively between disciplines. Medical practice today has benefited significantly from technologies that diagnose through noninvasive imaging rather than surgery, enable active life in spite of cardiac disease, and restore movement or sensation to those who lost a limb or their hearing. "Personalized medicine", envisioned to be based on the genomic analysis of individuals, relies on new computational approaches. Bioengineers play a major role in developing such technologies. Major innovations by Bioengineers include the development of medical ultrasound, renal dialysis, magnetic resonance imaging, the cardiac pacemaker, angioplasty, bioengineered skin and cartilage, cochlear implants, and the heart-lung machine. The future outlook for Bioengineering is excellent. Bioengineering is considered one of the fastest-growing fields with positions projecting to double over this decade. Among the primary reasons for the projected increase in need for Bioengineers are the need to reduce health care costs through innovation, particularly for an aging population, and the increasing role of technology in biological discovery. Career opportunities exist in the areas of basic research, product design, project engineering, engineering management, engineering consultancy, technical sales, medicine and many others. Graduates of this program will be qualified to assume entry level engineering positions that require an ability to design, apply, or test systems for biomedical use. Potential employers include medical equipment manufacturers such as Medtronic, GE, and Siemens; hospitals such as INOVA in Northern Virginia; and government laboratories/agencies such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Bachelors of Science Bioengineering program focuses on biomedical measurements and instrumentation, biomedical signal processing, computational analysis, modeling of biological systems and health care informatics. The program will prepare students for employment in industry or government 3

4 where career opportunities include biomedical product design or evaluation, project management, or technical sales. It is expected that many Bioengineering students will pursue advanced studies such as graduate or medical school. In fact, Bioengineering students have higher acceptance rates for medical school admission than students from many other disciplines. The curriculum provides a strong background in the biological and engineering fundamentals of bioengineering as well as upper level courses in areas of biomedical system modeling and control of biomedical systems. Furthermore, the senior year curriculum offers a senior design project and access to technical electives in topics such as biomechanics, biomedical imaging, nanotechnology, neural engineering, and upper level bioscience courses. The program currently offers two concentrations: Biomedical Signals and Systems and Bioengineering Health Informatics. The Department of Bioengineering is accredited by ABET, Inc. 4

5 II. Bioengineering Undergraduate Curriculum a. Biomedical Signals and Systems Concentration (BMSS) The BMSS concentration emphasizes the systems and methods for acquisition and integration of biomedical signals. Semester 1 Semester 2 MATH 113 Analytic Geom & Calc I 4 MATH 114 Analytic Geom. & Calc. II 4 ENGR 107 Intro to Engineering 2 PHYS 160 Univ Physics I 3 CS 112 Intro to Computer Programming 4 PHYS 161 Univ Physics I Lab 1 ENGH 101 Composition 3 BENG 101 Intro to Bioengineering 3 ECON 103 Cont. Microecon. Principles 3 Literature Elective** Semester 3 Semester 4 MATH 213 Analytic Geom. & Calc. III 3 MATH 214 Elem. Differential Equations 3 MATH 203 Linear Algebra 3 BENG 220 Physical Bases of Biomed. Syst. 3 PHYS 260 University Physics II 3 BIOL 213 Cell Structure and Function 4 PHYS 261 University Physics II Lab 1 *PHYS 262 Univ Physics III 3 *CHEM 251 General Chem. for Engr. 4 *PHYS 263 Univ Physics III Lab 1 Global Understanding Elective** Semester 5 Semester 6 BENG 320 Bioengineering Signals & Sys. 3 STAT 344 Prob & Statistics for Engr 3 BENG 380 Intro to Circuits & Electronics 3 BENG 301 BE Measurements 3 BENG 381 Circuits and Electronics Lab 1 BENG 302 BE Measurements Lab 1 BENG 313 Physiology for Engineers 3 BENG 304 Model. Cont. of Physiol. Sys. 3 CS 222 Comp. Prog. f. Engr. OR CS 211 Obj. Oriented Programming 3 ECE 301 Digital Electronics 3 Fine Arts Elective** 3 COMM 100 Public Speaking Semester 7 Semester 8 BENG 491 BE Senior Seminar I 1 BENG 495 BE Senior Seminar II 1 BENG 425 Assist. Control Biomed. Sys. 3 Technical Elective 3 BENG 420 Bioinformatics f. Engineers 3 Technical Elective 3 BENG 492 Senior Adv. Design Project I 2 BENG 493 Senior Adv. Design Project II 2 Technical Elective 3 HIST 100 History of Western Civilization ENGH 302 Advanced Composition 3 or HIST 125 Intro to World History = 120 credits * Students interested in Medical School may substitute CHEM 211 and 212 General Chemistry (8) for PHYS 262, PHYS 263, and CHEM 251. Such students are encouraged to see the university's premedical advisor to determine any additional courses that they should consider. ** Students select from lists of general education courses (Mason Core) which are university approved to fulfill requirements in literature, global education, and fine arts. Advising: All Bioengineering students are assigned to a faculty member, who serves as an academic advisor. Students are required to see their advisor prior to course registration each semester. GMU students interested in Bioengineering who have not declared a major or are considering transferring should contact the Bioengineering Program Office. 5

6 a1. Honors College Curriculum for BMSS Concentration Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Contact Information Honors College Advisor: Kathleen Alligood Program Director: Joseph Pancrazio Once students begin attending Mason and declare a major they should see both their Honors College and their major department advisor for advising. Students must confirm their major requirements with their department advisor and with PatriotWeb s Degree Evaluation. Note for students in the Volgenau School: Be aware of termination and repeat policies as outlined in the catalog. Students who get a warning that they will be terminated from the Volgenau School for GPA have one semester to either (1) meet the department s requirements, or (2) change major; otherwise, they will have the Terminated from Volgenau designation placed on their transcript. Advising Sheet o Honors College Requirement Department Requirement College Requirement 1 st Year 1 st Semester (Fall) Credits o HNRS 110: Research Methods (Grade C or better required) 4 MATH 113: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (a placement exam is required) 4 CS 112: Introduction To Computer Programming (passing placement exam at the MATH level is required) ENGR 107 or ENGR 107H: Introduction to Engineering (Grade C or better required) 2 ECON 103 or ECON 103H: Contemporary Microeconomic Principles 1 3 Semester Total /1 1 st Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) o HNRS 122: Reading the Arts 3 BENG 101: Intro to Bioengineering 3 MATH 114: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (prerequisite: "C" or better in MATH 113) or MATH 116: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II Honors 1 PHYS 160/161 or PHYS 160H/161: University Physics I (Pre- or co-requisite MATH 114 or MATH 116) 1 Semester Total 14 2 nd Year 1 st Semester (Fall) o HNRS 131: Contemporary Society in Multiple Perspectives 3 CHEM 251: General Chemistry for Engineers or CHEM 211: General Chemistry or CHEM 4 211H 1,4 MATH 203: Linear Algebra (Prerequisite MATH 114 or MATH 116) 3 MATH 213: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III or MATH PHYS 260/261 or PHYS 260H/261: University Physics II (Corequisite MATH 213) 1 4 Semester Total 17 2 nd Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) BIOL 213: Cell Structure and Function 4 BENG 220: Physical Bases of Biomedical Systems (Prerequisites: BENG 101, PHYS 160, 3 MATH 213 or 215; Corequisite: MATH 214 or 216) PHYS 262/263: University Physics III 4 MATH 214: Elementary Differential Equations (Prerequisite MATH 213 or 215) or MATH 216 (additional Prerequisite MATH 203) Semester Total 14

7 3 rd Year 1 st Semester (Fall) o HNRS 240: Reading the Past 3 BENG 320: Discrete Signals and Systems BE 3 BENG 380/381: Intro to Circuits and Electronics & Lab 3/1 BENG 313: Physiology for Engineers or BIOL 425: Human Physiology or BIOL 430: 3 Advanced Human Anatomy & Physiology CS 222: Computer Programming for Engineers or CS 211 or CS 211H: Object-Oriented Programming 3 Semester Total 16 3 rd Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) o HNRS 353: Technology in the Contemporary World (grade of C or better required) 3 BENG 301/302: BE Measurements & Lab 3/1 BENG 304: Modeling and Control of Physiological Systems 3 ECE 301: Digital Electronics 3 STAT 344: Probability for Engineers (Prerequisite: MATH 213 or 215) 3 Semester Total 16 4 th Year 1 st Semester (Fall) BENG 425: Assistive Control of Biomedical Systems 3 BENG 491: BE Senior Seminar I 1 BENG 492: Senior Advanced Design Project I 2 BENG 420: Bioinformatics for Engineers 3 Technical Elective 3 3 Department-approved Humanities/Social Science Elective 2 3 Semester Total 15 4 th Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) BENG 493: Senior Advanced Design Project II 2 BENG 495: BE Senior Seminar II 1 Technical Elective 3 3 Technical Elective 3 3 Department-approved Humanities/Social Science Elective 2 3 Semester Total 12 Total Hours 121 Notes 1. The Honors sections of these courses can be used to satisfy Honors College Requirement College requirements (VS) include 24 credit hours of department-approved, humanities and/or social science electives. 3. Students choose from sets of approved technical electives. One of the Technical Electives may be an approved life science course. 4. Students interested in Medical School (or other Professional health schools) may substitute CHEM 211 (or CHEM 211H) and CHEM 212 (or CHEM 212H) for PHYS 262, PHYS 263, and CHEM 251. Such students are encouraged to see the university s premedical advisor to determine any additional courses that they should consider. Honors Requirements (see advising section of Honors College website for further details) All Honors College students earning a BS degree must complete Requirements 1 and 2 of the Honors College Curriculum, including taking 3 courses under Requirement 2. In general, it is expected that those students earning a BS will take HNRS 122, HNRS 131, and HNRS 240 to fulfill Requirement 2. If they do not, then they must complete the corresponding general education requirement with courses that are outlined in the University Catalog for your catalog year. Students earning a BS degree must complete Requirement 3 by taking two additional Honors courses beyond Requirements 1 and 2 of the Honors College Curriculum. These courses must be approved by your Honors College advisor in your Plan of Study. 7

8 b. Bioengineering Health Care Informatics Concentration (BHI) The BHI concentration focuses on the management, analysis and visualization of data related to biomedical and healthcare applications. Semester 1 Semester 2 MATH 113 Analytic Geom & Calc I 4 MATH 114 Analytic Geom. & Calc. II 4 ENGR 107 Intro to Engineering 2 PHYS 160 Univ Physics I 3 CS 112 Intro to Computer Programming 4 PHYS 161 Univ Physics I Lab 1 ENGH 101 Composition 3 BENG 101 Intro to Bioengineering 3 ECON 103 Cont. Microecon. Principles 3 CS 222 Comp. Progr. for Engineers Semester 3 Semester 4 MATH 213 Analytic Geom. & Calc. III 3 MATH 214 Elem. Differential Equations 3 MATH 203 Linear Algebra 3 BENG 220 Physical Bases of Biomed. Syst. 3 PHYS 260 University Physics II 3 BIOL 213 Cell Structure and Function 4 PHYS 261 University Physics II Lab 1 IT 214 Database Fundamentals 3 CHEM 251 General Chem. for Engr. 4 HAP 301 Healthcare Delivery 3 Literature Elective** Semester 5 Semester 6 BENG 320 Bioengineering Signals & Sys. 3 BENG 301 BE Measurements 3 BENG 380 Intro to Circuits & Electronics 3 BENG 302 BE Measurements Lab 1 BENG 381 Circuits and Electronics Lab 1 BENG 304 Model. Cont. of Physiol. Sys. 3 BENG 313 Physiology for Engineers 3 BENG 322 Health Data Challenges 3 STAT 344 Prob & Statistics for Engr. 3 HAP 360 Intro to Healthcare Info. Systems 3 Fine Arts Elective** 3 COMM 100 Public Speaking Semester 7 Semester 8 BENG 420 Bioinformatics for Engineers 3 BENG 495 BE Senior Seminar II 1 BENG 491 BE Senior Seminar I 1 Technical Elective 3 BENG 492 Senior Adv. Design Project I 2 Technical Elective 3 Global Understanding Elective** 3 BENG 493 Senior Adv. Design Project II 2 Technical Elective 3 HIST 100 History of Western Civilization ENGH 302 Advanced Composition 3 OR HIST 125 Intro to World History = 122 credits ** Students select from lists of general education courses (Mason Core) which are university approved to fulfill requirements in literature, global education, and fine arts. Advising: All Bioengineering students are assigned to a faculty member, who serves as an academic advisor. Students are required to see their advisor prior to course registration each semester. GMU students interested in Bioengineering who have not declared a major or are considering transferring should contact the Bioengineering Program Office. 8

9 b1. Honors College Curriculum for BHI Concentration Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Contact Information Honors College Advisor: Kathleen Alligood Program Director: Joseph Pancrazio Undergraduate Advisor: Caitlin Lawrence Once students begin attending Mason and declare a major they should see both their Honors College and their major department advisor for advising. Students must confirm their major requirements with their department advisor and with PatriotWeb s Degree Evaluation. Note for students in the Volgenau School: Be aware of termination and repeat policies as outlined in the catalog. Students who get a warning that they will be terminated from the Volgenau School for GPA have one semester to either (1) meet the department s requirements, or (2) change major; otherwise, they will have the Terminated from Volgenau designation placed on their transcript. ADVISING SHEET o Honors College Requirement Department Requirement College Requirement 1 st Year 1 st Semester (Fall) Credits o HNRS 110: Research Methods (Grade C or better required) 4 MATH 113: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (a placement exam is required) 4 CS 112: Introduction To Computer Programming (passing placement exam at the MATH level is required) ENGR 107or ENGR 107H: Introduction to Engineering (Grade C or better required) 2 ECON 103 or ECON 103H: Contemporary Microeconomic Principles 1 3 Semester Total 17 1 st Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) o CS 222: Computer Programming for Engineers 3 BENG 101: Intro to Bioengineering 3 MATH 114: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (prerequisite: "C" or better in MATH 113) or 4 MATH 116: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II Honors 1 PHYS 160/161 or PHYS 160H/161: University Physics I (Pre- or co-requisite MATH 114 or 3/1 MATH 116) 1 Semester Total 14 2 nd Year 1 st Semester (Fall) o HNRS 131: Contemporary Society in Multiple Perspectives 3 CHEM 251: General Chemistry for Engineers or CHEM 211: General Chemistry or CHEM 4 211H 1,4 MATH 203: Linear Algebra (Prerequisite MATH 114 or MATH 116) 3 MATH 213: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III or MATH PHYS 260/261 or PHYS 260H/261: University Physics II (Corequisite MATH 213) 1 4 Semester Total 17 2 nd Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) BIOL 213: Cell Structure and Function 4 BENG 220: Physical Bases of Biomedical Systems (Prerequisites: BENG 101, PHYS 160, 3 MATH 213 or 215; Corequisite: MATH 214 or 216) IT 214: Database Fundamentals 3 HAP 301: Healthcare Delivery 3 9

10 MATH 214: Elementary Differential Equations (Prerequisite MATH 213 or 215) or MATH (additional Prerequisite MATH 203) 1 Semester Total 16 3 rd Year 1 st Semester (Fall) o HNRS 240: Reading the Past 3 BENG 320: Discrete Signals and Systems BE 3 BENG 380/381: Intro to Circuits and Electronics & Lab 3/1 BENG 313: Physiology for Engineers or BIOL 425: Human Physiology or BIOL 430: Advanced Human Anatomy & Physiology 3 STAT 344: Probability for Engineers (Prerequisite: MATH 213 or 215) 3 Semester Total 16 3 rd Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) o HNRS 353: Technology in the Contemporary World (grade of C or better required) 3 BENG 301/302: BE Measurements & Lab 3/1 BENG 304: Modeling and Control of Physiological Systems 3 HAP 360: Intro. To Healthcare Information Systems 3 BENG 322: Health Data Challenges 3 Semester Total 16 4 th Year 1 st Semester (Fall) HNRS 122: Reading the Arts 3 BENG 491: BE Senior Seminar I 1 BENG 492: Senior Advanced Design Project I 2 BENG 420: Bioinformatics for Engineers 3 Technical Elective 3 3 Department-approved Humanities/Social Science Elective 2 3 Semester Total 15 4 th Year 2 nd Semester (Spring) BENG 493: Senior Advanced Design Project II 2 BENG 495: BE Senior Seminar II 1 Technical Elective 3 3 Technical Elective 3 3 Department-approved Humanities/Social Science Elective 2 3 Semester Total 12 Total Hours 121 Notes 1. The Honors sections of these courses can be used to satisfy Honors College Requirement College requirements (VS) include 24 credit hours of department-approved, humanities and/or social science electives. 3. Students choose from sets of approved technical electives. One of the Technical Electives may be an approved life science course. 4. Students interested in Medical School (or other Professional health schools) may substitute CHEM 211 (or CHEM 211H) and CHEM 212 (or CHEM 212H) for PHYS 262, PHYS 263, and CHEM 251. Such students are encouraged to see the university s premedical advisor to determine any additional courses that they should consider. Honors Requirements (see advising section of Honors College website for further details) All Honors College students earning a BS degree must complete Requirements 1 and 2 of the Honors College Curriculum, including taking 3 courses under Requirement 2. In general, it is expected that those students earning a BS will take HNRS 122, HNRS 131, and HNRS 240 to fulfill Requirement 2. If they do not, then they must complete the corresponding general education requirement with courses that are outlined in the University Catalog for your catalog year. Students earning a BS degree must complete Requirement 3 by taking two additional Honors courses beyond Requirements 1 and 2 of the Honors College Curriculum. These courses must be approved by your Honors College advisor in your Plan of Study. 10

11 c. Bioengineering and Pre-Health Coursework at George Mason University Bioengineering students who are seriously considering a career path as a health care professional in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, podiatry, etc., should use the Health Professions Advising Office as a primary resource for coursework requirements and other advice to craft a desirable application. In addition to seeing their Bioengineering advisor, students need to consult the university's pre-health advisor (Dr. Jane Rockwood; to develop a fully integrated curriculum plan and timeline. The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) lists general coursework requirements for examination: Prerequisites Minimum GMU Course Equivalent English/Writing 1 year ENGL Chemistry, Introductory 1 year with lab CHEM Chemistry, Organic 1 year with lab CHEM 313/315 & 314/318 Physics 1 year with lab PHYS 160/161 & 260/261 Biology, Introductory 1 year with lab BIOL 213 & 303* Biochemistry 1 semester BIOL 483 Psychology 1 semester PSYC 100 Sociology 1 semester SOCI 101 *BIOL 303 covers introductory physiology topics with an emphasis on structure and function of vertebrates. This class may be substituted for another lecture/lab course of interest to the student, such as Microbiology (BIOL 305/306) or General Genetics (BIOL 311). Note also that calculus is a requirement at some but not all schools (required for pharmacy). To fulfill the requirements for both a Bioengineering Bachelor of Science degree and the prehealth program, additional credits beyond 120 hours are required, assuming incoming students lack Advanced Placement credit. The following curriculum fulfills requirements for the Biomedical Signals and Systems Concentration (BMSS) and the MCAT.. Semester 1 Semester 2 MATH 113 Analytic Geom & Calc I 4 MATH 114 Analytic Geom. & Calc. II 4 ENGR 107 Intro to Engineering 2 PHYS 160 Univ Physics I 3 CS 112 Intro to Computer Programming 4 PHYS 161 Univ Physics I Lab 1 ENGH 101 Composition 3 BENG 101 Intro to Bioengineering 3 PSYC 100 Basic Concepts of Psychology 3 CS 211 OR CS Semester 3 Semester 4 MATH 213 Analytic Geom. & Calc. III 3 MATH 214 Elem. Differential Equations 3 BIOL 213 Cell Structure and Function 4 MATH 203 Linear Algebra 3 PHYS 260 University Physics II 3 BENG 220 Phy. Bases of Biomed. Syst. 3 PHYS 261 University Physics II Lab 1 CHEM 212 General Chemistry II 4 CHEM 211 General Chemistry I 4 SOCI Introductory Sociology Semester 5 Semester 6 CHEM 313 Organic Chemistry I Lecture 3 CHEM 314 Organic Chemistry II Lecture 3 CHEM 315 Organic Chemistry I Lab 2 CHEM 318 Organic Chemistry I Lab 2 BENG 320 BS Signals and Systems 3 BENG 301 BE Measurements 3 BENG 380 Intro to Circuits & Electronics 3 BENG 302 BE Measurements Lab 1 BENG 381 Circuits & Electronics Lab 1 BENG 304 Model Control of Physiol. Sys. 3 BENG 313 Physiology for Engineers 3 COMM 100 Public Speaking

12 Semester 7 Semester 8 STAT 344 Prob & Statistics for Engr I 3 BENG 493 Sen. Adv. Design Project II 2 BENG 491 BE Senior Seminar I 1 BENG 495 BE Senior Seminar II 1 BENG 492 Sen. Adv. Design Project I 2 BIOL 483 General Biochemistry 4 BIOL 303, 305/306, or Literature Elective 3 ** Technical Elective 3 ENGH 302 Advanced Composition 3 Fine Arts Elective Semester 9 ECE 301 Digital Electronics 3 BENG 420 Bioinformatics for Engr. 3 ** Technical Elective 3 Global Understanding Elective 3 HIST 100 History of Western Civilization or HIST 125 Intro to World History 3 Total: Credit Hours 15 **Students choose from sets of approved technical electives. Both of the Technical Electives are required to be from the approved list of engineering courses. ***Students seeking admission to highly selective medical schools are advised to take an additional Biology/Chemistry Elective. This is not required by most medical schools, and it is not needed for the BS degree. Biology/Chemistry Electives include but are not limited to: BIOL 303 Animal Biology (4) BIOL 311 General Genetics (3) BIOL 322 Developmental Biology (3) BIOL 452 Immunology (3) + BIOL 453 Lab (1) BIOL 484 Eukaryotic Cell Biology (3) BIOL 515 Neurobiology (3) CHEM 333 Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences I (3) CHEM 334 Physical Chemistry for the Life Sciences II (3) NSCI 327 Cellular, Neuro-physiological, and Pharmacological Neuroscience (3) NSCI 335 Molecular, Developmental, and Systems Neuroscience (3) PSYC 375 Brain and Behavior I with PSYC 373 Physiological Psychology Laboratory PSYC 376 Brain and Behavior II (3) To ensure that they receive up to date and accurate advice, students interested in medical school must consult with the Pre-health Advisor: Jane Rockwood Health Professions Advising Office Academic Advising Center, SUB I, University Drive, MS 2E6 Fairfax, Virginia

13 d. Undergraduate Course Descriptions BENG 101 Introduction to Bioengineering (3). This course will familiarize freshmen with different areas of Bioengineering, allowing them to decide whether they want to pursue this profession. The course will focus on clinical applications, such as measuring ECG, EEG, blood pressure, and blood oxygenation. Students will gain some understanding of signals derived from living systems, and how such signals can be used to guide diagnosis and therapy. MATLAB will be introduced and used throughout the course. BENG 220 Physical Bases of Biomedical Systems (3). Prerequisite: BENG 101, MATH 213 and PHYS 160 Co-requisites: MATH 214. This course is similar to ECE 220 Signals and Systems I, that introduces signals and systems in continuous time. BENG 220 will primarily use signals that arise from biomedical systems to illustrate the basic principles of time domain and frequency domain analyses. Students cannot receive credit for both BENG 220 and ECE 220. BENG 301 Bioengineering Measurements (3). Prerequisites: BENG 380, BENG 320, BIOL 425 OR BIOL 430 OR BENG 313, Co-Req: BENG 302. This course introduces the basic concepts and tools for making biomedical measurements, describes instrumentation design and analysis considerations, and discusses several practical applications. BENG 302 Bioengineering Measurements Laboratory (1) Co-requisite: BENG 301. This laboratory course will provide students hands-on with sensors and instrumentation relevant to the analysis of living systems and related processes. Biomedical measurements include electrocardiograms, electromyograms, spirometry, pulse oximetry, and glucose monitoring. BENG 304 Modeling and Control of Physiological Systems (3). Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in BENG 320 or SYST 320, MATH 214 and PHYS 260; Grade of C or better in BIOL 425 or BIOL 430 or BENG This course will introduce students to a systems-level understanding of biomedical systems. Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems will be emphasized, including the role of feedback. Analogies between electrical and mechanical systems will be discussed. Examples covered will include multiple scales ranging from cells to organ systems. BENG 313 Physiology for Engineers (3). Prerequisite: BENG 101 and grade B- or better in MATH 114 or MATH 116. This course provides a broad introduction to the subject of human physiology, focusing on learning the subject matter from an engineering viewpoint. Organs and physiological systems where engineering has a significant role are emphasized. BENG 320 Bioengineering Signals and Systems (3). Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in BENG 101, grade of B- or better in MATH 214. Measurements from living system are almost always analyzed digitally. This course will introduce students to the conversion of analog signals to digital ones, and how to use digitally processed signals in biomedical applications. BENG 322 Health Data Challenges (3). Prerequisite: IT 214, STAT 250 or STAT 344. Covers methodology and tools used to work with health data structures supporting organizations needs for reliable data that are captured, stored, processed, integrated, and prepared for further querying, decision making, data mining and knowledge discovery for a variety of clinical and organizational purposes. Data security and privacy, data standards, data interoperability, health information exchange, and big data analytics are discussed. 13

14 BENG 341 Introduction to Biomaterials (3). Prerequisite: CHEM 251 (or CHEM 211), MATH 113, BIOL 213. This course provides an introduction to biomaterials and biological interactions with materials, including an overview of biomaterials characterization, design and testing. The emphasis of this course will be on emerging strategies and design considerations of biomaterials. BENG 380 Introduction to Circuits and Electronics (3). Prerequisites: Grade B- or better in MATH 214, Grade C or better in PHYS 260. Co-Requisite: BENG 320. This course will give students a basic background in electronics and its use in practical applications. The course introduces circuit analysis techniques, transient and frequency response characteristics of first and second order circuits, operational amplifier circuits, semiconductor devices such as diodes, field effect and bipolar transistors, and digital logic circuits. Biomedical applications will be included as examples. BENG 381 Circuits and Electronics Lab (1). Prerequisite: PHYS 261, Corequisite: BENG 380. This course will give students laboratory experience in basic electronics emphasizing issues and considerations that are paramount for biomedical instrumentation. BENG 390 Engineering Design and Fabrication (3). Prerequisite: Grade C or better in BENG 380, or in ECE 280, or in ECE 285. Project based course where students will design projects containing analog and digital components as well as mechanical parts. Students will simulate, build, and test their projects. BENG 392 Engineering Design Studio (2). Prerequisite: 75 hours of completed coursework applicable to EE, CpE, or BENG degree and Permission of Instructor. The course is incorporates an identification and feasibility study of advance engineering problems - application of path, physics and engineering methods to challenging projects. This course should be taken preceding ECE/BENG 492. RSBENG 395 Mentored Research in Bioengineering (3). Prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours applicable to the Bioengineering program. This course matches undergraduate students with faculty mentors who are actively involved in Bioengineering-related research. Students are introduced to the scientific research process through this hands on experience. Students are expected to spend no less than 60 hours per semester working with their mentors. BENG 406 Biomechanics (3). Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in PHYS 160 (or PHYS 243), MATH 203, MATH 214, BENG 220 or SYST 220 or ECE 320, and BENG 313. This course introduces the fundamental principles of musculoskeletal biomechanics, computational simulation of movement, and OpenSim simulator. Topics include functions and models of the musculoskeletal structures, mathematical description of motion, kinetics, and simulation of movement using OpenSim. BENG 420 Bioinformatics for Engineers (3). Prerequisite: BENG 320. This course introduces the fundamental techniques and tools for analyzing biomedical data, important for many biomedical engineering problems. Topics include regression, classification, clustering, dimensionality reduction, data representation, pattern matching and algorithm performance evaluation. This innovative course will leverage hybrid learning through a combination of lectures, on-line content, and individual and group projects involving hands-on analysis. BENG 425 Assistive Control of Biomedical Systems (3). Prerequisites: BENG 301, BENG 320. An important contribution of bioengineering is the development of assistive devices for individuals with disability. This course exposes students to the engineering design process with special focus in medical and biological applications. The semester culminates in the presentation of a group instrumentation project. 14

15 BENG 441 Nanotechnology in Health (3). Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in BIOL 213 and PHYS 160. Grade of C or better in CHEM 251 OR CHEM 212. This course introduces fundamental principles of a wide range of nanoscale biomaterials and their applications in medicine and engineering. BENG 451 Translation and Entrepreneurship in Bioengineering (3). Prerequisites: CHEM 251 or CHEM 212, BIOL 213, or Instructor Permission. This course focuses on teaching the process of translational research as well as on teaching the fundamentals for the creation of a medical device and for the development of a company vision. These fundamentals include: a) the understanding of the disease at the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology levels, b) the creation of the design of a medical device prototype, c) the explanation of the business assessment and business strategy necessary to develop a company vision in a medical device field. BENG 491 Bioengineering Senior Seminar I (1) and BENG 495 Bioengineering Senior Seminar II (1). Prerequisite: senior standing. For BENG 495: 90 credit hours applicable to the Bioengineering Program, COMM 100. This series of two seminar courses course will familiarize students with the variety of responsibilities of bioengineers to society. Topics will include ethics, regulation, research, industry, entrepreneurship, and cost issues. Professional approaches to job searching and effective technical communication also will be discussed. Speakers will include faculty, invited guests from industry and government, as well as students. BENG 492 Senior Advanced Design Project I (2) and BENG 493 Senior Advanced Design Project II (2). Prerequisite: senior standing and 90 credit hours applicable to the Bioengineering Program, COMM 100. This sequence engages students in hands-on design experience. The projects apply the students technical knowledge to design a device, process, or system to solve a biomedical problem. Teams typically consist of four students; interdisciplinary collaboration is strongly encouraged. BENG 499 Special Topics in Bioengineering (3). Prerequisites can vary. Topics of special interest to undergraduates. BENG 525 Neural Engineering (3). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor for Bioengineering seniors in good standing. Provides an overview of topics in Neural Engineering. Topics covered range from sensory and motor prosthetic devices, stimulation of biological tissue, bioelectrodes and characterization techniques, brain-machine interfaces, and engineered devices to ameliorate neurodisorders. BENG 538 Medical Imaging (3). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor for Bioengineering seniors in good standing. Provides an introduction to the physical, mathematical and engineering foundations of modern medical imaging systems, medical image processing and analysis methods. In addition, this course introduces engineering students to clinical applications of medical imaging. The emphasis is on diagnostic ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging methods, although several other modalities are covered. The course also provides an overview of recent developments and future trends in the field of medical imaging, discusses some of the challenges and controversies, and involves hands-on experience applying the methods learnt in class to real-world problems. 15

16 e. Approved Technical Electives The following are examples of approved elective courses in the BS in Bioengineering. BENG 341 Introduction to Biomaterials (3) BENG 390 Engineering Fabrication and Design (3) BENG 392 Engineering Design Studio (2) RSBENG 395 Mentored Research in Bioengineering (3) BENG 406 Biomechanics (3) BENG 441 Nanotechnology in Health (3) BENG 451 Translation and Entrepreneurship in Bioengineering (3) BENG 499 Special Topics in Bioengineering (3) BENG 525 Neural Engineering (3) BENG 538 Medical Imaging (3) ECE 305 Electromagnetic Theory (3) ECE 410 Principles of Discrete Time Signals Processing (3) ECE 421 Classical Systems and Control Theory (3) ECE 450 Introduction to Robotics (3) ME 313 Material Science (4) And/Or one only of the following: BIOL 305/306 Biology of Microorganisms & Lab (3&1) CHEM 313/315 Organic Chemistry & Lab (3&2) CS 310 Data Structures (3) CS 444 Introduction to Computational Biology (3) CS 445 Computational Methods for Genomics (3) NEUR 327 Cellular, Neurophysiological, and Pharmacological Neuroscience (3) PSYC 372 Physiological Psychology (3) 16

17 f. MASON CORE for Bioengineering No graduate level courses are approved. The Bioengineering Department follows the University s General Education Electives (MASON CORE) for Global Understanding, Fine Arts and Literature. For more information on the approved electives please go to the University s recent catalog under Mason Core - By selecting from the list of Mason Core electives Students are required to complete at least 3 credit hours in each of the following categories: Global Understanding, Literature, and Fine Arts. The General Education Synthesis requirement is met by satisfactory completion of BENG 492/493. No C- or D grades in BENG, ECE, ENGR or BIOL courses can be submitted for the BSBioE degree. 17

18 III. BSBioE Degree Program and Impact on Nova Students NOVA students interested in the Bioengineering program at GMU are recommended to follow the AS in Science with Mathematics Specialization. Other items related to the BioE program and to GMU s policy on NOVA transfer students, as listed on this page are intended to provide additional information to the NOVA transfer student. Bioengineering Preparation at NOVA for Associates Degree in Mathematics (modifications to regular plan in red) Semester 1 Semester 2 CSC CS 112 ENG Literature Elec* ENG ENGH 101 MTH MATH 114 MTH MATH 113 Social & 3 ECON 103* Behavioral Science ECO 202 SDV UNIV 100 EGR ENGR 107 HIS Elective HIS 101 or 3 HIS 100 or BIO BIOL 213 HIS 102 HIS 125 Credits: 16 Credits 17 * Only counts as Literature Elective if students graduates with AS degree from NOVA Semester 3 Semester 4 MTH 277 (NOVA) or 275 (VCCS) 4 MATH 213 CST 110 (NOVA) or CST 100 or 105 Hum/FA 3 Fine Arts CST 229, GEO 220, HIS 111, 135,203, 204, 231, 232, 241, 242, 243, HIS 251, 252, 253, 254, PLS 241, REL 100, REL 231 & 232, SSC 115 MTH Elec MTH 3 MATH 203 MTH 291 (NOVA) 285 or MTH 279 (VCCS) PHY PHYS 160 & 161 PED Credits: 16 Credits: 15 3 COMM Global Understanding Elective 3 MATH 214 PHY PHYS 260 &

19 1. The BioE program requires BENG 380/381 Introduction to Circuits and Electronics and Lab. No NOVA course or courses satisfy this requirement. 2. Students are encouraged to substitute CSC 130, Scientific Programming, with CSC 201, Computer Science I, which transfers as equivalent to the BioE required course, CS 112, Introduction to Computer Programming. 3. Students are encouraged to take EGR 120, Introduction to Engineering, which transfers as equivalent to the BioE required course, ENGR 107, Introduction to Engineering. 4. Students are encouraged to take BIO 206, Cell Biology, which transfers as equivalent to the BioE required course, BIOL 213, Cell Structure and Function. 5. Some students transferring to George Mason, having earned an AS degree at NOVA may be considered to have met the Mason Core requirements of ENGH 101, literature course, HIST 100/125, Fine Arts course and Global Understanding course. (See Sample Schedule semesters 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8.) These students will still need to satisfy the BSBioE requirement for COMM 100, ECON 103 and ENGH 302 by taking the George Mason courses or equivalent transfer courses. Students transferring to George Mason without having earned an AS degree will need to meet all the General Education courses required at the time of admission to George Mason. 6. A student with a Bachelor s degree may also have satisfied the GMU General Education requirements of ENGH 101, literature course, HIST 100/125, Fine Arts course and Global Understanding course. 7. All students, regardless of any prior AS or BS degree must present at least 24 credit hours of approved non-technical course work for any degree within the Volgenau School. See Dr. Pancrazio if you have a question. 19

20 IV. General Information a. Academic Status Academic Status is determined using the cumulative GPA and the number of credit hours (GMU attempted, transfer, AP, credit by exam) a student has on their GMU record. Having a cumulative GPA less than a results in an Academic Status designation ranging from Warning to Suspension, depending on the student s Credit Level. Credit Level includes credit hours of the original course as well as the repeat course when a student repeats a specific course. The Cumulative GPA is determined only by the credit hours and grade of the most recent course. Students are responsible for being aware of their Credit Hour Level and the corresponding GPAs for Warning, Probation and Suspension. For full details go to the Registrar s web site or link directly via: b. Repeating a Course George Mason allows undergraduate students to repeat (almost) any course for a new grade. Upon completion of the repeated course the old grade will be flagged as Excluded from cumulative GPA, but will remain on the transcript. The new grade will become part of the cumulative GPA, even if it is lower than the previous grade! This Repeat policy can help a student increase their GPA, particularly if a low GPA was due to D or F grades. Repeating a course by taking it away from George Mason (i.e. at Northern Virginia Community College) will not remove the George Mason grade from the cumulative GPA. c. Repeating Bioengineering Courses Students can take a CS course two times without any restrictions. However to take a Bioengineering course for a third time requires the approval of the Bioengineering Department. Before the Bioengineering Department will approve such a request, a non-bioengineering student must get the written approval of their own academic advisor first. d. Important Guidelines and Recommendations Plan on spending about three hours of time "studying" for each hour of time you spend in a technical class (math, physics, computer science, engineering). To succeed in engineering courses you MUST do assigned homework (as a minimum!). "Reading" the textbook is not "studying". Most faculty only assign enough homework to "acquaint" you with the types of material you must know and understand, not necessarily enough homework for you to "master" the material. Hence, you should do more problems than are assigned. Use study groups to get support with doing extra problems. Do course homework just as you have to do an in-class exam for that course. If the class exams are closed book then, when you do your homework, you need to turn to the problems and do them. If you find you need to refer to the text or your notes for examples or equations, then you do not know the material well enough to do the homework. Go back and study more. If the class exam allows an equations sheet then, as you study, prepare the sheet. When you do your homework you will turn to the problems and do them referring only to your equation sheet. Again, if you need to refer back to the text or notes, you do not know the material well enough to be doing the homework. Study more. Take BENG 491, Senior Seminar, during the semester just prior to your graduation semester. Among the many topics discussed, are Resume, Cover Letter and Interviewing preparation. By taking the course at this time you will be prepared to participate in the Job Fairs and On Campus Interviewing during those important last two semesters of your degree program. The lab course associated with a lecture/lab courses pair may be taken after taking the lecture course except for. This allowed lab after lecture includes Physics lecture/lab pairs. Do not take ENGH 302 until after BENG 380. In ENGH 302 you will learn to write and critique writing in the technology of your major. Completing the above course will allow you to read basic electrical or computer 20

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