Engineering class

BIOMEDICAL

Bioelectronics major

The bioelectronics track includes rigorous education in electrical engineering within the interdisciplinary framework of the curriculum. This includes one full year of courses in electric circuits and one semester each of analog electronics and digital electronics. This curriculum supports interests focused on the measurement of bioelectric signals and biomedical instrumentation design. Senior year, the curriculum features intensive biomedical instrument design and computer laboratories emphasizing modern bioelectric applications. In addition, the senior year capstone design course places the student on a multidisciplinary design team to solve an actual industrial design problem.

Bioelectronics curriculum- For Students Starting Fall 2011 or After


For course descriptions and official bulletin information please consult:
Marquette University Bulletin

Freshman

First semester Second semester
Intro to Biomedical Engineering
Methods 1
Intro to Biomedical Engineering
Methods 2
Biology 1 Biology 2
Calculus 1 Calculus 2 for Biomedical Engineering
General Physics w/Calculus 1 General Physics w/Calculus 2
Rhetoric and Composition 1 Rhetoric and Composition 2

Sophomore

First semester Second semester
Electric Circuits 1 Digital Electronics
Circuits Laboratory 1 Electric Circuits 2
Computing for Biomedical Engineers 1 Circuits Laboratory 2
Differential Equations for Biomedical Engineering Statistics for Biomedical Engineering
Professional Development for Engineers Engineering Systems
Chemistry 1 Chemistry 2
Core Elective Core Elective

Junior

First semester Second semester
Electronic Devices and Applications Analog Electronics
Principles of Biological Investigation Feedback and Control of Physiological Systems
Signals and Systems for Biomedical Engineering Computer Applications in Biomedical Engineering
Systems Physiology Biomedical Engineering Elective
Biomedical Engineering Elective Philosophy of Human Nature
Intro to Theology  

Senior

First semester Second semester
Principles of Design Senior Design Project
Biomedical Instrumentation Design Transport Phenomena for Biomedical Engineers
Bioelectronics Design Lab 1 Bioelectronics Design Lab 2
Biomedical Engineering Elective Digital Electronics Laboratory
Theology Elective Theory of Ethics
  Core Elective

For more detailed information regarding curriculum, please reference the biomedical engineering majors in the Marquette University Bulletin.


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