This program was approved for students entering the university in the Fall 2008 - Summer 2009 catalog year. For more information about catalog year, go to Catalog Year Information.
Master of Engineering in Bioengineering
|BE 621, 691||7|
|BE Program Electives1||15|
|BE 697 M.Eng. Thesis23||6|
1 A student specializing in BE is required to select five approved electives (500 or 600 Level) totaling at least 15 semester hours. By proper choice of these electives, a student may develop specific strengths in areas such as bioelectronics, biomedical devices, bioinformatics, bioimaging, biomechanics, rehabilitation engineering, molecular engineering, cellular engineering or tissue engineering. However, depending on faculty availability and other departmental needs, sufficient courses may not be offered in any one or two year period to allow a student to specialize in some of these areas. Therefore, these electives need not necessarily be BE courses, but the student’s research advisor and academic advisor must approve non-Bioengineering courses from a list of appropriate engineering design and engineering science courses available in the BE Department.
2 A full-time student is required to have selected both an approved M.Eng. thesis topic and the director and members of the thesis committee during the first term of Graduate Studies. Six (6) semester hours of BE 697 are required to satisfy the minimum M.Eng. thesis requirements.
3 A non-thesis option is available.
|Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering||136|
|Master of Engineering in Bioengineering||169|