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1 BIOENGINEERING BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM This program leads to the degree, Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a major in Bioengineering College of Engineering and Computing MIAMI UNIVERSITY Bioengineering students learn to apply the concepts of chemistry, biochemistry, biological science, and mathematics to solve problems in process engineering, product development, and research and development. Within the bioengineering curriculum, students choose among various areas of concentrations by judicious selection of required and elective courses. Areas of concentration include Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Bioprocessing, and Pre-medicine. Nationally, a large number of Bioengineering graduates enter professional schools such as medicine (19% according to one survey). About one-third of graduates go on to pursue graduate studies. Opportunities are available to obtain valuable work experience and financial assistance in the co-op or internship programs. Professional work experience before graduation enables students to be more valuable to prospective employers. Students may also choose to work with their professors on research projects (REU Research Experience for Undergraduates). The REU program provides for financial assistance to conduct research. The Bachelor of Engineering with a major in Bioengineering) curriculum is arranged similarly to traditional engineering programs where foundation courses are taken during the first two years, engineering science courses occupy the second and third years, and bioengineering and the capstone engineering design courses are concentrated in the final year. A suggested 4-year curriculum is described in the following pages. Each student is encouraged to take the Fundamentals of Engineering exam prior to graduation, preferably in the senior year. The success at this has implication regarding gaining license as a professional engineer. Master s Programs The College of Engineering and Computing offers several master s degrees. Students have an opportunity to earn a bachelor s degree and a master s degree in five years by counting some courses in both programs. If you are interested in pursuing such a program, please begin talking to an advisor about course selection in your sophomore year. G:\SAS\divshar\Curriculum Sheets\CPB\ Curriculum\Bio Engineering docx Last printed 7/7/ :51:00 AM

2 BIOENGINEERING CURRICULUM * English (6 hours) Miami Plan Foundation I*** (6 hours) typically: ENG 111 College Composition ENG 112 Composition and Literature Other General Education (3 hours) ENG 313 Introduction to Technical Writing Mathematics (12 hours) MTH 151 Calculus I (MPFV) MTH 251 Calculus II MTH 245 Differential Equations for Engineers Fine Arts, Humanities, & Social Science (9 hours) Miami Plan Fine Arts*** (MPF IIA) Miami Plan Humanities*** (MFP IIB) Miami Plan Social Sciences (MPC IIC) (Pre-medical concentration students consult your advisor for appropriate courses) Global Perspective (6-9 hours) (MPF III)*** 6 hours of credit on any Miami-approved study abroad Program; or 9 hours of G courses specifically designed to have a global perspective; or 9 hours in a G-cluster, 3 courses that focus on global issue or theme Physics (10 hours) PHY 181 The Physical World (MPF IV B) PHY 182 The Physical World (MPF IV B) PHY 183 Physics Lab (MPF IV B) PHY 184 Physics Lab (MPF IV B) Chemistry and Biochemistry (10 hours) CHM 141,144 College Chemistry and Lab CHM 142,145 College Chemistry and Lab Biological Sciences (11 hours) BIO/MBI 1 Biological Concepts: Structure, Function, Cellular, and Molecular Biology (MPF IV A) BIO 203 Introduction to Cell Biology BIO 305 Human Physiology Thematic Sequence (9 hours) Liberal Education sequence outside your major focused around a theme. (Coursework required in the major also satisfied the thematic sequence requirement) Bioengineering and Engineering Science Courses (45-46 hours) CEC 101 Computing, Engineering & Society CPB 102 Introduction to Chemical and Bioengineering CPB 204 Material and Energy Balances ECE 205 Electrical Circuit Analysis CPB 219 Statics, Dynamics & Mechanics of Materials MME 213 Computational Methods in Engineering CPB/MME 314 Engineering Thermodynamics CPB/MME 341 Engineering Economics CPB 4 Biomedical Engineering CPB 418 Biological Transport Phenomena CPB 419 Biomaterials CPB 421 Bioethics CPB 422 Biological Systems and Control CPB 423 Biomechanics CPB 471 and 472 Engineering Design I* and II** *or CSE/ECE/MME 448 ** CSE 449 or ECE/MME 449 Concentration Areas (20-29 hours) (Choose one area of concentration) 1. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (28-29 hours) MTH 231Elements of Discrete Mathematics CHM 231 Organic Chemistry CSE 4 Fundamentals of Programming and Problem Solving CSE 271 Object-Oriented Programming CSE 274 Data Abstraction and Data Structures CSE 456 Bioinformatics Principles ECE 345 Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers (i) CSE 466 Bioinformatics Computing Skills (ii) CSE 470 Computational Genomics (i) STA 363 Regression and Design of Experiments (3) (ii) STA 402 Statistical Programming (3) (iii) STA 463 Regression Analysis (4) or (iv) STA 466 Experimental Design Methods (4) 2. Biomedical Engineering (20 hours) CHM 231 Organic Chemistry ECE 303 Computer-Aided Experimentation ECE 306 Signals and Systems ECE 426 Biomedical Signal Analysis Select one from below (in order to satisfy Thematic Sequence Requirements): (i) CHM 332/432 Biochemistry (ii) PHY 421 Molecular and Cellular Biophysics (iii) PHY 422 Physics for Medicine and Biology (i) STA 301 Applied Statistics (ii) ECE 345 Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers 3. Bioprocessing (20 hours) CHM 231 Organic Chemistry CHM 332 or CHM 432 Biochemistry CHM 471 Physical Chemistry CPB 415 Chemical Kinetics & Reactor Design CPB 4 Biochemical Engineering (i) STA 301 Applied Statistics (ii) ECE 345 Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers 4. Pre-medical (27 hours) CHM 241 Organic Chemistry I CHM 244 Organic Chemistry Lab I CHM 242 Organic Chemistry II CHM 245 Organic Chemistry Lab II CHM 332 or CHM 432 Biochemistry CPB 415 Chemical Kinetics & Reactor Design Any one engineering junior/senior technical elective (3 credit hour) approved by adviser (i) STA 301 Applied Statistics (ii) ECE 345 Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers ***Students in the Honors Program should consult with an advisor regarding possible alternatives to these courses. Students are encouraged to pursue a minor in electrical engineering or mechanical engineering. The Bioinformatics track incorporates all the coursework required for the bioinformatics minor. G:\SAS\divshar\Curriculum Sheets\CPB\ Curriculum\Bio Engineering docx Last printed 7/7/ :51:00 AM

3 SAMPLE CURRICULUM BIOENGINEERING BIOINFORMATICS AND COMPUTATIONAL CONCENTRATION Freshman Year CHM 141 College Chemistry (MPF IVB) 3 CHM 144 College Chemistry Laboratory (MPF IVB) 2 ENG 111 College Composition (MPF I) 3 MTH 151 Calculus I or 153 Calculus I (MPF V) 5 CEC 101 Computing, Engineering & Society 1 Global Miami Plan Fine Arts Course (MPF IIA) 3 PHY 181 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 183 Physics Lab 1 Choose one of the following: 3 i.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances or ii.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) 8 Sophomore Year CHM 231, 231L Organic Chemistry and Lab 4 MTH 245 Differential Equations/Engineers 3 Choose one of the following (do not repeat course): 3 i.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) or ii.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances PHY 182 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 184 Physics Lab 1 18 Junior Year CPB/MME 341 Engineering Economics 3 CPB 418 Biological Transport Phenomena 4 MME 213 Computational Methods of Engineering 3 CSE 4 Fundamentals of Programming and Problem Solving 3 BIO 345 Human Physiology 4 Senior Year CSE 274 Data Abstraction and Data Structures 3 ENG 313 Introduction to Technical Writing 3 CPB 421 Bioethics 1 CPB 423 Biomechanics 3 CPB 471 Engineering Design I (MPC) 2 Global Miami Plan Humanities Course (MPF IIB) 3 STA 363 Introduction to Statistical Modeling 3 18 CHM 142 College Chemistry 3 CHM 145 College Chemistry Laboratory 2 CPB 102 Problem Solving & Design 3 BIO/MBI 1 Biological Concepts 4 MTH 251 Calculus II 4 CPB 219 Statics, Dynamics & Mechanics of Materials 4 BIO 203 Introduction to Cell Biology 3 MTH 231 Elements of Discrete Mathematics 3 CPB/MME 314 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 ECE 345 Applied Probability & Statistics 3 ECE 205 Electrical Circuit Analysis 4 CSE 271 Object-Oriented Programming 3 CPB 4 Biomedical Engineering 3 CPB 419 Biomaterials 3 CSE 456 Bioinformatics Principles 3 CPB 422 Biological Systems and Control 3 CSE 470 B Computational Genomics 3 CPB 472 Engineering Design II (MPC) 2 Global Miami Plan (MPC II C) 3 The above curriculum is a POSSIBLE four-year plan, and your specific plan may be different. Please note that Miami University has multiple liberal education plans; please refer to for Global Miami Plan information and for the Honors academic plan. Also note that certain major and divisional requirements may be used to fulfill liberal education requirements and could affect total hours required to graduate; this should be discussed with your faculty advisor.

4 SAMPLE CURRICULUM BIOENGINEERING BIOMEDICAL CONCENTRATION * Freshman Year CHM 141 College Chemistry (MPF IVB) 3 CHM 144 College Chemistry Laboratory (MPF IVB) 2 ENG 111 College Composition (MPF I) 3 MTH 151 Calculus I or 153 Calculus I (MPF V) 5 CEC 101 Computing, Engineering & Society 1 Global Miami Plan (MPF II C) 3 Summer PHY 181 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 183 Physics Lab 1 Choose one of the following: 3 i.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances or ii.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) 8 Sophomore Year CHM231, 231L Organic Chemistry and Lab 4 MTH 245 Differential Equations/Engineers 3 PHY 182 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 184 Physics Lab 1 Choose one of the following (do not repeat course): 3 i.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) or ii.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances 15 CHM 142 College Chemistry 3 CHM 145 College Chemistry Laboratory 2 CPB 102 Problem Solving & Design 3 BIO/MBI 1 Biological Concepts 4 MTH 251 Calculus II 4 CPB 219 Statics, Dynamics & Mechanics of Materials 4 CPB/MME 314 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 CPB/MME 341 Engineering Economics 3 ENG 313 Introduction to Technical Writing 3 ECE 345 Applied Probability & Statistics (preferred) or 3 STA 301 Applied Statistics Junior Year MME 213 Computational Methods of Engineering 3 ECE 205 Electrical Circuit Analysis 4 CPB 418 Biological Transport Phenomena 4 CPB 423 Biomechanics 3 BIO 203 Introduction to Cell Biology (fall semester)* 3 Senior Year CPB 421 Bioethics 1 CPB 471 Engineering Design I (MPC) 2 ECE 306 Signals and Systems 3 Global Miami Plan Humanities Course (MPF IIB) 3 15 CHM 332 Biochemistry or PHY 421 Biophysics 4 BIO 305 Human Physiology 4 CPB 4 Biomedical Engineering 3 ECE 303 Computer-Aided Experimentation 3 14 ECE 426 Biomedical Signal Analysis 3 Global Miami Plan Fine Arts Course (MPF IIA) 3 CPB 419 Biomaterials 3 CPB 422 Biological Systems and Control 3 CPB 472 Engineering Design II (MPC) 2 The above curriculum is a POSSIBLE four-year plan, and your specific plan may be different. Please note that Miami University has multiple liberal education plans; please refer to for Global Miami Plan information and for the Honors academic plan. Also note that certain major and divisional requirements may be used to fulfill liberal education requirements and could affect total hours required to graduate; this should be discussed with your faculty advisor. * Since this concentration requires a total of 5 courses in ECE, it may be worth considering a minor in Electrical Engineering

5 SAMPLE CURRICULUM BIOENGINEERING BIOPROCESSING CONCENTRATION Freshman Year CHM 141 College Chemistry (MPF IVB) 3 CHM 144 College Chemistry Laboratory (MPF IVB) 2 ENG 111 College Composition (MPF I) 3 MTH 151 Calculus I or 153 Calculus I (MPF V) 5 CEC 101 Computing, Engineering & Society 1 Global Miami Plan (MPF IIC) 3 Summer PHY 181 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 183 Physics Lab 1 Choose one of the following: 3 i.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances or ii.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) 8 Sophomore Year CHM 231, 231L Organic Chemistry and Lab 4 MTH 245 Differential Equations/Engineers 3 BIO 203 Introduction to Cell Biology 3 Global Miami Plan Fine Arts Course (MPF IIA) 3 Choose one of the following (do not repeat course): 3 i.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) or ii.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances Junior Year CPB 418 Biological Transport Phenomena 4 CPB 423 Biomechanics 3 CHM 471 Physical Chemistry 3 ENG 313 Introduction to Technical Writing 3 MME 213 Computational Methods of Engineering 3 Senior Year ECE 205 Electrical Circuit Analysis 4 CPB 4 Biochemical Engineering 3 CPB 421 Bioethics 1 CPB 471Engineering Design I (MPC) 2 Global Miami Plan (MFP III) 3 CHM 142 College Chemistry 3 CHM 145 College Chemistry Laboratory 2 MTH 251 Calculus II 4 CPB 102 Problem Solving & Design 3 BIO/MBI 1 Biological Concepts 4 PHY 182 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 184 Physics Lab 1 CPB 219 Statics, Dynamics & Mechanics of Materials 4 CPB/MME 314 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 ECE 345 Applied Probability & Statistics (preferred) or 3 STA 301 Applied Statistics 15 CPB/MME 341 Engineering Economics 3 CPB 415 Kinetics & Reactor Design 3 CPB 419 Biomaterials 3 BIO 305 Human Physiology 4 CHM 332 or CHM 432 Biochemistry 4 CPB 4 Biomedical Engineering 3 CPB 422 Biological Systems and Control 3 CPB 472 Engineering Design II (MPC) 2 Global Miami Plan Humanities Course (MPF IIB) 3 14 The above curriculum is a POSSIBLE four-year plan, and your specific plan may be different. Please note that Miami University has multiple liberal education plans; please refer to for Global Miami Plan information and for the Honors academic plan. Also note that certain major and divisional requirements may be used to fulfill liberal education requirements and could affect total hours required to graduate; this should be discussed with your faculty advisor.

6 SAMPLE CURRICULUM BIOENGINEERING PRE-MEDICAL CONCENTRATION Freshman Year CHM 141 College Chemistry (MPF IVB) 3 CHM 144 College Chemistry Laboratory (MPF IVB) 2 ENG 111 College Composition (MPF I) 3 MTH 151 Calculus I or 153 Calculus I (MPF V) 5 Global Miami Plan Fine Arts Course (MPF IIA) 3 CEC 101 Computing, Engineering & Society 1 PHY 181 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 183 Physics Lab 1 Choose one of the following: 3 i.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances or ii.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) 8 Sophomore Year CHM 241 Organic Chemistry 3 CHM 244 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 Global Miami Plan (MPF II C) 3 Choose one of the following (do not repeat course): 3 i.) ENG 112 Composition and Literature (MPF I) or ii.) CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances PHY 182 The Physical World (MPF IVB) 4 PHY 184 Physics Lab 1 Junior Year CPB 418 Biological Transport Phenomena 4 CPB 423 Biomechanics 3 MME 213 Computational Methods in Engineering 3 CHM 332 or CHM 432 Outlines of Biochemistry 4 BIO 203 Introduction to Cell Biology 3 Senior Year CPB 4 Biochemical Engineering (technical elective) 3 CPB 421 Bioethics 1 CPB 471 Engineering Design I (MPC) 2 ECE 205 Electrical Circuit Analysis 4 Global Miami Plan Humanities Course (MPF IIB) 3 ENG 313 Introduction to Technical Writing 3 CHM 142 College Chemistry 3 CHM 145 College Chemistry Laboratory 2 MTH 251 Calculus II 4 CPB 102 Problem Solving & Design 3 BIO/MBI 1 Biological Concepts 4 CPB 219 Statics, Dynamics & Mechanics of Materials 4 CHM 242 Organic Chemistry 3 CHM 245 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 2 MTH 245 Differential Equations/Engineers 3 CPB/MME 314 Engineering Thermodynamics 3 15 ZOO 305 Human Physiology 4 CPB/MME 341 Engineering Economics 3 CPB 415 Kinetics and Reactor Design 3 CPB 4 Biomedical Engineering 3 ECE 345 Applied Probability & Statistics or 3 STA 301 Applied Statistics Global Miami Plan (MFP III) 3 CPB 419 Biomaterials 3 CPB 422 Biological Systems and Control 3 CPB 472 Engineering Design II (MPC) 2 Global Miami Plan (MFP III) 3 Global Miami Plan (MFP III) 3 The above curriculum is a POSSIBLE four-year plan, and your specific plan may be different. Please note that Miami University has multiple liberal education plans; please refer to for Global Miami Plan information and for the Honors academic plan. Also note that certain major and divisional requirements may be used to fulfill liberal education requirements and could affect total hours required to graduate; this should be discussed with your faculty advisor.

7 CHEMICAL, PAPER and BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING COURSE DESCRIPTIONS - COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING and COMPUTING - MIAMI UNIVERSITY CEC 101 COMPUTING, ENGINEERING & SOCIETY (1) Introduces computing and engineering professions and their role in society. Explores different engineering and computing disciplines, examines ethical and societal issues related to the disciplines and their impact on the world. An active forum for discussion of ideas and issues. CPB 102 PROBLEM SOLVING AND DESIGN (3) This course introduces an approach to problem solving for computing and engineering students. The students will learn systematic approaches to problem solving. Topics covered include: problem identification, analyzing requirements, research existing and alternative solutions, analyzing solutions quantitatively, synthesizing and evaluating data, prototyping, and testing. Students will also develop their oral and written skills for technical communications. Co-requisite: MTH 151, recommended co-requisite CEC 101, CPB 204 MATERIAL AND ENERGY BALANCES (3) Engineering problems involving material and energy balances. Batch and continuous reactive systems. Introduction to phase equilibria for multi-component systems. Examples drawn from a variety of chemical, paper and biomedical applications. Prerequisite: grade of C or better in CHM 142 and MTH 251 or equivalent. Co-requisite: PHY 181. CPB 219 STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (4) This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of the mechanics of materials for Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering students. The course stresses statics, dynamics, and mechanics of deformable media, and material behavior. Advanced topics in constitutive modeling, structural stability, and vibrations that are relevant to bio/chem engineering will be introduced and related to the course materials. The central theme of the course that binds these objects together is proper problem formulation in terms of kinematics, constitutive behavior, equilibrium, and compatibility. Prerequisite: PHY 181, MTH 251. CPB 314 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMCIS (3) Study of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics. Emphasis placed on engineering applications such as power cycles, refrigeration, and heat transfer systems. Prerequisite: MME 211 or CPB 204 or CPB 219, Co-requisite: MTH 249 or MTH 249H or MTH 251. Cross-listed with MME 314. CPB 320 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (0) Students participating in paper science and engineering co-op program register for this course during semesters when they are away from Oxford on work assignment. This enables students to remain in good standing with the university registrar. CPB 341 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS (3) Engineering economic decisions; break-even and minimum cost analysis; engineering methods of resource allocation; concepts of interest; time evaluation of tactical and strategic alternatives. Prerequisite: MTH 151. Co-requisite: STA 368 or CPB 204. Cross-listed with MME 341. CPB 415/515 CHEMICAL KINETICS & REACTOR DESIGN (3) Chemical Kinetics of homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions, kinetic theories, mechanism and modeling, reactor design, design of multiple reactions; temperature and pressure effects. Non-ideal reactors, survey of catalytic and biochemical reaction systems. Prerequisites: CPB/MME 313 or CPB 418, MTH 245, CPB/MME 314 and a grade of C or better in CPB 204. CPB 4 BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING (3) this course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts concerning biochemical kinetics and bioreactors. In particular, this course will focus on enzymatic reactions and fermentations using genetically engineered organisms. Biochemical topics include overviews of cell structure, enzyme kinetics and cell growth kinetics. Engineering topics include: immobilization, fermentor design and sterilization processes. Prerequisites: MTH 245, CHM 332 or CHM 432, CPB 415 and a grade of C or better in CPB 204 or by permission of the instructor CPB/MPC 4 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (3) This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts in biomedical engineering with a special focus on chemical engineering applications. In particular, this course will focus on transport phenomena in biological systems, pharmacokinetics and tissue engineering. Engineering topics will also include discussions concerning the design of equipment and materials for, dialysis, oxygenation, artificial organs, and tissue engineering. Prerequisites: MTH 245, CPB 414 or CPB 418, and a grade of C or better in CPB 204, or by permission of the instructor. CPB 418/518 BIOLOGICAL TRANSPORT PHENOMENA (4) Fundamentals and integration of fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and mass transfer in living systems. Basic concepts of transport phenomena are presented and applied to biological systems and to the design of medical devices. Prerequisite: MME/CPB 314, MTH 245 or equivalent, PHY 181, and CPB 219 or MME 211. CPB 419/519 BIOMATERIALS (3) Integration and application of the fundamentals of natural and synthetic biomaterials, with focus on polymers, ceramics, composites, nanomaterials, and metals. Other topics include biomimetic/biomechanical design, biomaterial/tissue interaction and regulatory issues. Prerequisite: CHM 231 OR (CHM 241 AND CHM 244), and CPB 418. CPB 421 BIOETHICS (1) The application of ethical theories and codes of ethics to the ethical decision-making processes. Ethical issues involved around making choices about human life saving and enhancing its quality, human and animal experimentation, regulation involving bio-related research and data collection and analysis, standards for the design of medical devices and their certification. Other related issues such as intellectual property rights will be considered. Prerequisite: Senior standing and instructor approval. CPB 422/522 BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND CONTROL (3) This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of control theory as it relates to bioengineering applications. Specific topics include linear systems analysis, electromechanical transfer functions, process transfer functions, stability, feedback control and modeling physiological systems. Applications involving membrane transport, pharmacokinetics and extracorporeal devices will also be covered. Prerequisites CPB 204, ECE 205, MTH 245, CPB 418. CPB 423 BIOMECHANICS (3) The principles of mechanics, stress, strain and deformation for characterization of the material properties of tissues such as skin, tendon, ligament, bone and cartilage. The course also provides hands-on experience in characterizing the mechanical properties of hard and soft biological tissues. Prerequisite: CPB 219 or MME 312, MTH 245. CPB 450/550 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-5; maximum 20) CPB 471, 472 ENGINEERING DESIGN I AND II (2,2) Involves application and synthesis of accumulated knowledge in a major, open-ended, industrial research/design project. Critical elements of the design process and real world constraints (economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability) are considered. Emphasis is placed on oral and written communication skills. Students from different academic backgrounds are assigned to multidisciplinary project teams in order to utilize their varied experiences, knowledge, learning styles, and skills to achieve a successful conclusion to each project Prerequisite: i) CPB 471: senior standing, or permission of instructor, ii) CPB 472: credit for CPB 471. CPB 491 INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH (1-3). Research problems in chemical engineering and paper science selected in consultation with a faculty advisor. Research methodology; design of laboratory experiments and computer simulations; critical analysis of results; technical reports; oral presentations. For grade only. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor, subject to approval of the department chair.

8 BOTANY/ MICROBIOLOGY/ZOOLOGY BIO/MBI 115 BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS: ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, GENETICS, AND DIVERSITY (4) Integrated study of microbes, plants, and animals emphasizing biological diversity and interdependence of life and environment.. 3 Lec. 1 Lab. IVA, LAB. CAS-D/LAB. BIO/MBI 1 BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS: STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (4) Biological principles common to microbes, plants, and animals. 3 Lec.1 Lab. IVA, LAB. CAS-D/LAB. MBI 201General Microbiology I (4) Consideration of fundamental aspects of structure, metabolism, genetics and behavior of bacteria, archaea, viruses, and fungi. Laboratory stresses basic techniques and procedures common to all phases of science and professional level. Co-requisite: CHM 231 or Lec. 1 Lab. CAS-D/LAB BIO 203 Introduction of Cell Biology (3) Introductory study of eukaryotic cell structure and function. Prerequisite: BOT/MBI/ZOO 115/1 or BOT 191 ZOO 114 BOT 255 Introduction to Biotechnology (3) Examination of modern biotechnology and issues emerging from this technology. Emphasis on plant biotechnology and practical application of plants or their components in industry, agriculture, medicine, and the environment. Basic principles of molecular biology and recombinant DNA technology introduced. Offered infrequently. BIO 305 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (4) Study of general physiologi cal principles necessary for basic understanding of life processes. Prerequisite: one year of chemistry, junior standing, and at least one 200-level zoology course, or permission of instructor. 3 Lec. 1 Lab. CAS-D/LAB. BIO 342 Genetics (3) Introduction to basic principles of heredity and some of their biological applications. Prerequisite: One year of chemistry and BOT/MBI/ZOO 115/1. MBI 365 Molecular and Cell Biology (3) Cellular and molecular mechanisms utilized by bacteria, bacterial viruses, eukaryotes and animal viruses in converting genetic information into functional macromolecules, transporting them, using them to receive signals that induce cellular effects, and controlling the cell cycle. Prerequisites: MBI 1, 201, or equivalent. ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING ECE 205 ELECTRIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I (4) Study of electric circuits and networks. Includes resistive circuits and first-order transients. Emphasizes the basic principles and their application to circuit analysis using calculus and linear algebra. Prerequisite: PHY 182. Concurrent course: MTH 249 or MTH 251 or MTH 257H. 2 Lec 1 Lab. ECE/MME 303 COMPUTER-AIDED EXPERINMENTATION (3) Study of theory and application of instrumentation and experimentation including: components and concepts of computer-machine interface systems; design of computer-controlled experimentation for real-time industrial measurement, monitoring, and control; AC power analysis; applications of Laplace Transform. Laboratory component included. Prerequisites: ECE 205. Co-requisite: MTH 347 or (MTH 245 for MME majors only) ECE 306 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS (3) Introductory course covering the principles of signals and systems. The course combines lectures, Matlab simulation laboratory exercises, and design projects to expose students to the theories and concepts of both continuoustime and discrete time forms of signals and systems, as well as applications of the theories and concepts in communication systems, control systems, and signal processing. Prerequisites: ECE 205 or PHY 292/294. Concurrent courses: MTH 245 or MTH 347, ECE 305 or ECE/MME 303. ECE 426/526 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL ANALYSIS (3) Physiological origin, characterization, modeling, and analysis of biomedical signals, including EEG, MEG and ECG signals. Noise and artifact reduction; nonparametric and model-based spectral estimation; joint time-frequency analysis. Prerequisite(s): ECE 306, and either STA 301/STA 368 or ECE 345. MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING MME 213 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING (3) Study and use of fundamental computational methods as applied to engineering analysis and design. Computational methods are explored via discussion of errors and approximations, iterative methods of solving equations. Graphical methods are explored via 3-D modeling with emphasis on assembly and design including limit dimensioning and geometric tolerancing. Prerequisite: CEC 101 and MME 102. MME 360 DESIGN OF MEDICAL DEVICES This course gives the student a broad overview of the design process to bring medical devices to market. In addition to the lectures, team projects will be assigned to evaluate an existing medical device. A student team is to provide a quantitative analysis of the principles of operation and to study and report on regulatory pathways and patents for the device. The students should acquire basic of language of medicine and surgical procedures. Prerequisite: MME 312, MME 311, Co-requisite: MME 315 DIVISIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DOUBLE MAJORS AND MINORS : DOUBLE MAJORS : Students with two majors in the College of Engineering and Computing must take a minimum of 15 different/additional credit hours in their second major beyond the requirements of their first major. If you have any questions about these requirments, please contact your faculty academic advisor.

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