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B.S. Biomedical Engineering – BME-EE Curriculum Guide Fall 2015 Colorado State University bachelor’s of science degree in Biomedical Engineering (BME) provides the breadth of biomedical engineering along with coursework and depth in a traditional engineering major. Classroom and experiential engineering learning through lecture, team projects, laboratory, and design courses allow students in BME-EE to receive a BS in Biomedical Engineering and also take coursework leading to earn a BS in Electrical Engineering (EE). During the first and second years, BME-EE students are introduced to biomedical engineering and electrical engineering fields in addition to learning fundamentals of physics and mathematics. The 3rd year of study includes courses that provide continued breadth in BME and depth in EE. The 4th year rounds out the EE courses and adds a ‘gateway’ BME course that transitions key concepts of EE into BME applications. The 5th year of the BME-EE program culminates in a yearlong capstone Senior Design course in which students work in multidisciplinary groups creating solutions to BME industry or research problems. The final year also has technical elective courses for BME and EE. We also encourage students to be involved in experimental learning via research throughout their undergraduate experience at Colorado State University. With faculty in four colleges throughout the university, students have a broad range of research opportunities. BME’s academic home is the Scott Bioengineering Building, a 122,000 square foot interdisciplinary research and academic facility that opened in 2013, with teaching laboratories, classrooms, faculty offices, and the Student Success Center. Students may bring laptops (PC or Mac) and will have access to other computers and computer laboratories throughout the College of Engineering and the Academic Village. These include a variety of operating systems, and many engineering software applications (including computer aided engineering packages, programming languages, math applications, office productivity software). Students will also be expected to have a scientific calculator for use in many of the classes. Students in the department are required to satisfy the scholastic standards of the university, college, and engineering departments. Please review course prerequisites carefully. Many engineering course prerequisites must be passed with a minimum grade of “C”. Students not meeting the minimum grade will be required to retake the prerequisite(s) until the minimum grade is reached. Full course descriptions and prerequisites can be found at http://www.catalog.colostate.edu. Please check with your advisers regularly to ensure you have the most current information. Welcome to Biomedical Engineering at Colorado State University! Sincerely, Brett Eppich Beal, Senior Academic Adviser Debra Misuraca, Academic Adviser Brett.Beal@Colostate.edu Debra.Misuraca@Colostate.edu 970-491-7077 970-491-2557 Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Name: Curriculum Check Sheet 157 Credits COURSE NAME (PREREQS) TERM* CR COURSE NAME (PREREQS) TERM CR 1st Year Fall 1st Year Spring BIOM 101 Intro to Biomedical Engineering F 3 CHEM 113 General Chemistry II (CHEM 107 or 111 or 117; MATH 124 F, S, SS 3 or 141 or 155 or 160 or 161 or 229 or 261 or conc.) CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (MATH 118 or 141 or 155 or 160 or F, S, SS 4 ECE 103 DC Circuit Analysis (MATH 160) S 3 161 or 229 or 261) CHEM 112 Gen Chem Lab I (CHEM 111 or conc. or 117 or conc.) F, S, SS 1 MATH 161 Calc for Physical Scientists II (MATH 124; MATH 160) F, S, SS 4 ECE 102 Digital Circuit Logic F 4 PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (MATH 126 or F, S, SS 5 conc.; 155 or conc. or 160 or conc.) MATH 160 Calc for Physical Scientists I (MATH 124; MATH 126) F, S, SS 4 Total 15 Total 16 2nd Year Fall 2nd Year Spring CO 150 College Composition (CO 130 or 600 SAT critical reading F, S, SS 3 ECE 202 Circuit Theory Appl. (ECE 103) S,SS 4 or 26 ACT composite score) CS 160 OR CS160 ‐ Foundations in Programming (MATH 118**); CS F,S 3 LIFE 102 Attributes of Living System F, S, SS 4 CS155+ 155 ‐ Intro to Unix; CS 156 ‐ Intro to C (CS 155 or conc; or CS156+ CS157 MATH 118); CS 157 ‐ Intro to C II (CS 156 or conc.; MATH 4 118) MATH 261 Calc for Physical Scientists III (MATH 161) F, S, SS 4 MATH 340 or Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations (MATH 255 or 261) F, S, SS 4 MATH 345 ‐ OR ‐‐ Differential Equations (MATH 229 or MATH 369; MATH 255 or MATH 261) PH 142 Physics for Sci. and Engineers II (PH 141; MATH 161 or F,S 5 MECH 262 Engineering Mechanics (MATH 161; PH 141) S 4 conc. or 255 or conc.) Total15 or 16 Total 16 3rd Year Fall 3rd Year Spring BMS 300 Principles of Human Physiology (BZ 101 or 110 or LIFE F, S, SS 4 BIOM 300 Problem‐Based Learning BME Lab (BIOM 101; MATH S 4 102; CHEM 103 or 107 or 111) 340) ECE 311 Linear Systems Analysis I (ECE 202; MATH 340 or F 3 ECE 312 Linear Systems Analysis II (ECE 311) S 3 MATH 345) ECE 331 Electronics Principles I (ECE 202; MATH 340 or F 4 ECE 332 Electronics Principles II (ECE 331) S 4 MATH 345; PH142) LIFE 210 Introduction to Eukaryotic Cell Biology (CHEM 111; F 3 MECH 337 Thermodynamics (MATH 261; PH 141) F, S 4 CHEM 112; LIFE 102) AUCC _______________ F, S, SS 3 Total 15 Total 17 4th Year Fall 4th Year Spring CHEM 245 Fund. of Org. Chemistry (CHEM 107 or 113) F, S, SS 4 BIOM/ECE‐TE BIOM/ECE Crosslisted Tech Elec (BIOM 480A3 ‐ Prereqs S 3 = ECE 303; ECE 311; LIFE 210; PH 142) ECE 251 Introduction to Microprocessors (ECE 102) F 4 ECE 342 Electromagnetic Fields and Devices II (ECE 341) S 3 ECE/STAT 303 Intro to Communication Principles (MATH 261; ECE 311 F 3 ECE‐TE ECE Tech Elective _____________ 3 or conc.) ECE 341 Electromagnetics Fields and Devices I (ECE 202; PH F 3 ECE‐TE ECE Tech Elective _____________ 3 142; MATH 340 or MATH 345) AUCC _______________ F, S, SS 3 AUCC _______________ F, S, SS 3 Total 17 Total 15 5th Year Fall 5th Year Spring BIOM 486A Capstone Design Practicum I (BIOM 300; BIOM 330 or F 4 BIOM 486B Capstone Design Practicum II (BIOM 486A) S 4 BIOM 441 or ECE 441) BME‐TE BME Tech Elective _______________ 3 BME‐TE BME Tech Elective _______________ 3 ECE‐TE ECE Tech Elective _______________ 3 ECE‐TE ECE Tech Elective _____________ 3 Adv Writing CO 301B ‐Writ'g in the Disciplines‐Sci OR JTC 300 Prof'l F, S, SS 3 ECE‐TE ECE Tech Elective _____________ 2 & Technical Comm'ctn (CO 150 or HONR 193) AUCC 3C ‐ Microeconomics (MATH 117 or MATH 118 or MATH F, S, SS 3 AUCC _______________ F, S, SS 3 ECON 202 141 or MATH 155 or MATH 160) Total 16 Total 15 Please note that curricula can change; be sure to check with your advisers regularly Key: to ensure you are on track. conc. = concurrent enrollment Additional All University Core Courses (AUCCs) * Term: F = Fall, S = Spring, SS = Summer Session 6 cr ‐ 3B Arts and Humanities: & Grey indicates Biomedical Engineering courses 3 cr ‐ 3C Social/Behavioral Science: (Must be Econ 202) Light green indicates labs 3 cr ‐ 3D Historical Perspective: Red indicates exceptionally time‐consuming/difficult courses 3 cr ‐ 3E Global/Cultural Awareness: Must have at least a C in BOLDED courses PLI‐ 11 seminar credits must be completed prior to graduation: www.engr.colostate.edu/pl Rev 7‐27‐2015 BME‐EE Technical Electives 1. Choose 3 BME Technical Elective Credits: BME Technical Electives BME Technical Electives (Continued) COURSE NAME TERM CR COURSE NAME TERM CR BC 401 Comprehensive Biochemistry I F 3 CHEM 335 Intro to Analytical Chemistry F,S 3 BC 403 Comprehensive Biochemistry II S 3 CHEM 343 Modern Organic Chemistry II F,S,SS 3 BC 404 Comprehensive Biochemistry Laboratory F,S 2 CHEM 433** Clinical Chemistry S 3 BC 411 Physical Biochemistry F 4 CHEM 344 Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory F,S,SS 2 BC 463 Molecular Genetics F 3 CHEM 346 Organic Chemistry II F,S 4 BC 465 Molecular Regulation & Cell Function S 3 CHEM 539A‐C Principles of NMR and MRI S 1 BC 565 Molecular Regulation of Cell Function S 4 CM 501 Advanced Cell Biology F 4 BIOM 330 Transport Phenomena in BME S 3 CM 502 Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology F 2 BIOM 400 Kinetics of Biomolecular and Cellular Systems F 3 ECE/MECH 569* Micro‐Electro‐Mechanical Devices S 3 BIOM 441 Biomechanics & Biomaterials F 3 ERHS 300 Introduction to Radiation Biology S 3 BIOM 476 Biomedical Clinical Practicum (formerly BIOM 486) F,S,SS 2 or 4 ERHS 502 Fundamentals of Toxicology F 3 BIOM 495 BME Independent Study (4 credits max allowed of BIOM 476 &/or 495) F,S,SS 1‐6 ERHS 510 Cancer Biology S 3 BIOM 504 Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering S 3 HES 307 Biomechanical Principles of Human Movement F,S,SS 3 BIOM 525* Cell and Tissue Engineering S 3 HES 319 Neuromuscular Aspects of Human Movement F,S 3 BIOM 526 Biological Physics S 3 HES 403 Physiology of Exercise F,S,SS 4 BIOM 532 Materials Engineering F 3 HES 405 Exercise Testing Instrumentation F,S 2 BIOM 533 Biomolecular Tools for Engineers F 3 HES 434 Physical Activity Throughout the Lifespan S 3 BIOM 570 Bioengineering F 3 HES 476 Exercise and Chronic Disease F,S,SS 3 BIOM 573 Structure and Function of Biomaterials S 3 MATH 455** Mathematics in Biology and Medicine F 3 BIOM 576 Quantitative Systems Physiology S 4 MECH 543** Biofluid Mechanics S 3 BMS 301 Human Gross Anatomy F,S,SS 5 MIP 300 General Microbiology F,S,SS 3 BMS 302 Laboratory in Principles in Physiology F,S 2 MIP 302 General Microbiology Laboratory F,S 2 BMS 325 Cellular Neurobiology F 3 MIP 342 Immunology F,S 4 BMS 345 Functional Neuroanatomy S 4 MIP 343 Immunology Laboratory S 2 BMS 405 Nerve and Muscle‐Toxins, Trauma and Disease S 3 MIP 351 Medical Bacteriology S 3 BMS 420 Cardiopulmonary Physiology F 3 MIP 352 Medical Bacteriology Lab S 3 BMS 430 Endocrinology F 3 MIP 420 Medical and Molecular Virology F 4 BMS 450 Pharmacology S 3 MIP 436* Industrial Microbiology F 4 BMS 500 Mammalian Physiology I F 4 MIP 443 Microbial Physiology S 4 BMS 501 Mammalian Physiology II S 4 MIP 450 Microbial Genetics F 3 BZ 311 Developmental Biology S,SS 4 MIP 576 Bioinformatics F,S 3 BZ 350 Molecular and General Genetics F,S,SS 4 NB500 Readings in Cellular Neruobiology F 1 BZ 476* Topics in Advanced Genetics F 3 NB 501 Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology F 2 CBE 330 Process Simulation F 3 NB/BMS 503 Developmental Neurobiology S 3 CBE 543 Membranes for Biotechnology and Biomedicine F 3 NB/BMS 505 Neuronal Circuits, Systems and Behavior S 3 CHEM 334 Quantitative Analysis Laboratory F, S 1 2. Choose 17 ECE Technical Elective Credits: *3 of these credits must be crosslisted BIOM/ECE Crosslisted BIOM/ECE Courses: Key: COURSE NAME TERM CR F ‐ Fall *Available Every Other Year (Even) BIOM 480A3 Biomedical Signal and Image Processing S 3 S ‐ Spring **Available Every Other Year (Odd) SS ‐ Summer Choose the remaining 14 credits from the list below. Crosslisted BIOM/ECE Courses: COURSE NAME TERM CR Note: Course availability changes frequently. Please check with individual departments Any 400 or 500‐ Please refer to the full university course catalog for a full list of these regarding course availability TOTAL of 14 level ECE course courses. Rev 7-2015 School of Biomedical Engineering ‐ Important Contact Information Advising Additional Valuable Contact Information BME Bachelor Advisors On Campus Resources BME Last Names A‐L Debra Misuraca Counseling Center 970‐941‐2557 Aylesworth Building (NW) debra.misuraca@colostate.edu (south of intermural field) Last Names M‐Z Brett Eppich Beal 970‐491‐6053 970‐491‐7077 www.health.colostate.edu brett.beal@colostate.edu Financial Aid BME Partner Advisors Centennial Hall (SE side of the Oval) BME‐CBE 970‐491‐6321 1st‐3rd Semester Claire Lavelle www.sfs.colostate.edu 970‐491‐5253 claire.lavelle@colostate.edu Hartshorn Health Center 4th‐10th Semester Faculty Advisors West of Morgan Library 970‐491‐7121 BME‐EE and BME‐EE L&O www.health.colostate.edu New and Prospective Karen Ungerer 970‐491‐0500 Registrar's Office karen.ungerer@colostate.edu Centennial Hall (SE side of the Oval) Continuing Courtney Johnsrud 970‐491‐4860 970‐491‐6706 www.registrar.colostate.edu courtney.johnsrud@colostate.edu BME‐MECH Resources for Disabled Students Last Names A‐E; Toni‐Lee Viney 100 General Services Building VIP 970‐491‐5597 (by Jask Christensen track) tonilee.viney@colostate.edu 970‐491‐4860 Last Names F‐M Star Garcia www.rds.colostate.edu 970‐491‐7599 star.garcia@colostate.edu Last Names N‐Z Tiara Marshall 970‐491‐8650 tiara.marshall@colostate.edu
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