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Bioengineering (BE)

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USP Codes are listed in brackets by the 1991 USP code followed by the 2003 USP code (i.e. [M2<>QB]).

4800. Topics in Bioengineering. 2-6 (Max. 6). Independent or group study of current topics not included in more formal course offerings in bioengineering, biology or engineering. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (Offered based on sufficient demand and resources)

4810. Bioinstrumentation. 3. Electronic systems used to monitor physiological systems and function (cardiovascular, pulmonary, nervous); transducer systems, amplifiers and recording systems used in research and clinical applications. Laboratory. Prerequisites: ES 3330.  (Normally offered fall semester)

4820. Biodata Systems. 3. Extraction of physiological signals from noise, biomedical signal and image processing and modeling of physiological functions from experimental data.  Includes hands-on exercises using both simulated and actual biomedical signals and/or images.  Complements BE 4810, and can be taken alone, before, or after BE 4810.  Prerequisites: basic course or equivalent in electronics, ZOO 4240 or concurrent enrollment. (Normally offered spring semester)

5810. Bioinstrumentation. 3. Discussion of the cardiovascular, pulmonary, and nervous systems with regard to monitoring function and the transducers used to measure system parameters. Transducer systems, amplifiers, and recording systems used in research and clinical applications. Dual listed with BE 4810. Prerequisite: basic course or equivalent in electronics, ZOO 4240 or concurrent enrollment.

5820. Bio-Data Systems. 2. Extraction of signals from noise and data analysis. Emphasis on system modeling of physiological functions from experimental data. Dual listed with BE 4820. Prerequisite: basic course, or equivalent, in electronics, ZOO 4240 or concurrent enrollment.

5959. Enrichment Studies. 1-3 (Max. 99). Designed to provide an enrichment experience in a variety of topics. Note: credit in this course may not be included in a graduate program of study for degree purposes.

 

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