SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

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GRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS


DEGREE:

Master
of

Science


CODE:

F
110
/Q063


MAJOR:

Bioengineering Accelerated (with Chemical Engineering/Biotechnology B.S.)


CONCENTRATION
:

Biotechnology


Total Hours Required
:

THESIS ONLY

= 3
9

hours; Required Number of Thesis
Research

= 6 hours applied


Required Courses

(3
hours)

May be

double
-
counted.

AME/CH E/ECE 5203

Bioengineering Principles


Core Courses

(
30

hours)


Engineering, Science,

or Math

(6 hours) Two graduate credit courses in engineering, science or math.


Bioengineering

(9 hours)

Three
graduate credit
courses in b
ioengineering from
the list below
:

AME 5213


Biomechanics I (Biosolids)

AME 5223


Biomechanics II (Biofluids)

AME 5233


Biomaterials

AME 5
253


Implantable Devices

AME 5710


Topics in Solid Mech.
:

Neural Engineering

AME/CH E 5293

Transport in Biological Systems

CH E 5243


Biochemical Engineering

CH E
5373


Tissue Engineering

CH E 5480


Special Topics
:

Biosensors

CH E 5480


S
pecial Topics:

Cellular Aspects of Tissue Regen
.

ECE 4973G

Special Topics
:

Eng
r.

Principles of the Body

ECE 4990G

Special Studies
:

Res. & Design Experi
ence in
Bioengineering

ECE 5823


Bioinstrumentation

ECE 5843


Medical Imaging Systems

ECE 5973


Special Topics
:

Computational Bioengineering

ECE 6813


Advanced Topics in Biomedical Engineering


Life Sciences

(6 hours)

Two
graduate credit
courses in life sciences from
the
list below
:

CHEM 3653
G

Introduction to Biochemistry

CHEM 5753

Principles of Biochemistry I

CHEM 5853

Principles of Biochemistry II

CHEM 6721

Seminar

Biochemistry

CHEM 6813

Introduction to Biochemical Methods

CHEM 6823

Protein, Nucleic Acids,
&

Gene Expression

CHEM 6833

Structure &

Function of Membranes

&

H
ormones

CHEM 6843

Enzyme Mechanisms

&

Metabolic Regulation

CHEM 6853

Protein Structure &

Function

HSS 5823


Exercise
Physiology

HSS 5833


Advanced Exercise Physiology Laboratory

HSS 5843


Biomechanics

HSS 5863


Physiology of Aging

MBIO 3932G

Instrumental Methods in Biology

MBIO 3942G

Instrumental Methods Laboratory

MBIO 4833G

Basic Immunology

MBIO 5620

Investigations in
Microbiology

MBIO 5812

Applications of Molecular Biology Laboratory

MBIO 5822

Applications of Molecular Biology

MBIO 5833

Industrial
&

Applied Microbiology

MBIO 5843

Introduction to Molecular Biology

MBI
O 5893

Genetics and Plasmids &

Bacterial Viruses

MBIO

5971

Seminar in Microbiology

ZOO
3101
G

Principles of Physiology Lab

ZOO
3103
G

Principles of Physiology

ZOO 3333G

Genetics

ZOO 3342G

Genetics Laboratory

ZOO 4123G

Vertebrate Physiology

ZOO 4853G

Neurobiology of Memory

ZOO 4913G

Quantitative Biology

ZOO
5153


Endocrine Physiology

ZOO 5203


Mechanisms of Development

ZOO 5293


Cytology Ultrastructure

ZOO 5343


Developmental Genetics

ZOO 5364


Transmission Electron Microscopy

ZOO 5374


Scanning Electron Microscopy

ZOO 6102


P
rofessional Aspects of Biology


Biotechnology

(9

hours)

Student m
ay
d
ouble
-
count

the following nine hours:


One

5000
-
level chemical engineering course on a bioengineering topic with faculty approval (3
hour
s)


Two graduate credit

l
ife science courses with faculty
approval (
6 hours
)
; may be satisfied by
taking
CHEM 5990
,

Independent Studies
,

and
/or

MBIO 5620
,

Investigations in Microbiology
.