Medical Device Design
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
View only
 
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAAABAC
1
Emphasis Area Advisor: Prof. Marie Johnson
2
3
Below is a list of suggested courses for your emphasis area. It is important to note that this list is not definitive. Should you find a course that is not listed below that you feel would be beneficial to your ESE course plan, you can present it to your EAA and get their approval to count said course towards your ESE requirements. All students must meet with their EAA to get approval on their first ESE worksheet. Thereafter, changes to your ESE course plan can be approved via EAA signature (meeting not required). Please remember that a maximum of 6 credits of Directed Research may be counted toward the total as well as in the engineering column on your ESE worksheet.
4
5
PRE-MED STUDENTS: See "Pre-Med Students" section below for further information.
6
7
8
In addition to the B.Bm.E. requirements for ESEs, students in the Medical Devices EA are expected to have the following courses in their plan:
9
At least 3 credits from the "AP" topic
10
At least 3 credits from the "D" topic
11
No more than 2 courses from the "IE" topic
12
At least three courses (9 credits total) from the "BME" topic
13
14
TopicCourse #TitlePrerequisites
Credits
Eng/Sci
Semester Offered
Notes
15
AP
Anat 3601 or 3611
Principles of Human Anatomy
[BIOL 1002 or BIOL 1009 or BIOL 2002 or equiv], [concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 3612 or concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 3612], at least soph
3SS
16
AP
Anat 3602 or 3612
Principles of Human Anatomy Lab
3001 or 3301 or INMD 3001 or 3301 or concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 3611 or concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 3611
2SS
17
APAnat 5150Human Gross AnatomyInstructor Consent Required.5SF
18
APBioC/Phsl 5444MuscleBiol/BioC 3021 or 4331 or Phsl 3061 or #31 ES
19
APCPMS 5101Intro to Clinical Physiology and Movement Sci.None listed; Contact instructor for more info.3SF
20
APNSC 5540Biomedical NeuroscienceInstructor Consent Required.2SF/SU
21
APPhsl 4021Bionic Human3061 or 3063 or 5061 or instr consent3SS
22
APPhsl 5510Advanced Cardiac Physiology and AnatomyInstructor Consent Required.2 or 3SS
23
APPhsl 5525Anatomy and Physiology of the Pelvis and Urinary System
One undergrad anatomy course, one undergrad physiology course, instr consent
1 or 2SS
24
BMEBMEn 3601
Biomedical Engineering Careers and Practice in the Med Tech Industry
BME UD1EF
25
BMEBMEn 5001Advanced Biomaterials3301 or MatS 3011 or grad student or #3EF
26
BMEBMEn 5101Adv. Bioelectricity/Instrumentation[CSE UD, grad] or #3ES
27
BMEBMEn 5111Biomedical Ultrasound[[PHYS 1302 or equiv], [MATH 2374 or equiv], [CSE UD or grad]] or #3ES
28
BMEBMEn 5151Biomedical MEMSCSE Sr or grad or medical student2ES
29
BMEBMEn 5201Advanced Biomechanics[3001 or equiv], [CSE UD or grad]] or #3EF
30
BMEBMEn 5311Advanced Biomed. Trans. ProcessesCSE UD or grad student3ES
31
BMERSC 5200Introduction to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)Instructor Consent Required.31F
Not offered in '17-'18 academic year.
32
BMEBMEn 5411Neural EngineeringBMEn 3401 recommended3EF
33
BMEBMEn 5412NeuromodulationCSE upper-div or grad student or instr consent3EF
Not offered in '17-'18 academic year.
34
BMEBMEn 5413Neural Decoding and Interfacing5411, [3201 or 3401 or equiv recommended]3ES
35
BMEBMEn 5601Cardiovascular DevicesBMEN 3011, 3111, 3211, or equivalents with instr consent1ES
36
BMEBMEn 59203D Bioprinting
Upper div or grad student in CSE, Medical School, or Stem Cell Biology program
1EF
37
D/BMEBMEn 4011CAD/CAE of Bioelectrical DevicesBME, 3211, 3215 OR #1EF
38
D/BMEBMEn 4013CAD of Biomechanical DevicesBME Upper Division or instr consent1EF
39
D/BMEBMEn 4015CAE of Biomechanical/transport DevicesBMEn 3011, 3015, 3111, 31151EF
40
DKin 3505Intro to Human-Centered DesignNone listed; Contact instructor for more info.3SF
41
DME 5228Intro. to Finite Element Modeling, Analysis, and DesignCSE upper div or grad, 3221, AEM 3031, CSci 1113, MatS 20014EF
42
EAEM 3031Deformable Body Mechanics
[[2011 or 2021 or [BMEN 3011, BMEN major]], [Math 2374 or equiv], [&Math 2373 or equiv], CSE
3EF/S/Su
43
ECSCI 4511WIntro to Artificial Intelligence2041 or instr consent4EF/S
44
ECSCI 5521Intro to Machine Learning[[2031 or 2033], STAT 3021] or instr consent3EF/STake CSCI 2033 in fall as prereq and CSCI 5521 in spring, or take CSCI 2033 and CSCI 5521 concurrently in the fall if the instructor allows for it.
45
ECSCI 5523Intro to Data Mining4041 or equiv or instr consent3EF/S
46
ECSCI 5115User Interface Design4041 or instr consent3EF/S
47
ECSCI 5451Intro to Parallel Computing4041 or instr consent3ES
48
ECSCI 5551Robotics2031 or 2033 or instr consent3EF
49
ECSCI 5609Visualization3E
Not offered in '17-'18 academic year.
50
EEE 2361Intro. to Microcontrollers2301, [1301 or CSCI 1113 or CSCI 1901]4EF/S/Su
51
EEE 3115Analog and Digital Electronics[3015 or & 3015, CSE] or %3EF/S/Su
52
EEE 4111Advanced Analog Electronics Design3015, 31154ES
53
EEE 4341Embedded System Design2301, 2361, upper div CSE4ES
54
EEE 4501Communications Systems30253EF
55
EEE 4505Communications Systems Lab4501 or concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 45011EF
56
EEE 4701Electric Drives30153ES
57
EEE 4703Electric Drives Lab4701 or concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 47011ES
58
EME 3221 †Design and Manufacturing I †2011, AEM 3031, MatS 20014E †F/S
59
EME 3222 †Design and Manufacturing II †
[3221 or concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 3221], [CSci 1113 or equiv]
4E †F/S/Su
60
EME 4031W †Basic Mechanical Measurements Lab †IE 4521, upper div ME4EF/S/Su
61
EME 4231 †Motion Control Lab †3281, 4031W, ME upper div4EF/S
62
EME 5223Materials in Design3221, ME upper division or grad student4EF
63
EME 5286Robotics[3281 or equiv], [upper div ME or AEM or CSci or grad student]4ES
64
EMOT 4020Leading Breakthrough Tech InnovationNone listed2EF
65
IEIE 5541Project ManagementUpper div or grad student4EF/S
66
IEIE 5522Quality Engineering and Reliability[4521 or equiv], [upper div or grad student or CNR]4ES
67
IEKin 5001Foundations of Human Factors/ErgonomicsExclude fr or soph 5000 level courses3SF
68
IEStat 5303Designing Experiments3022 or 4102 or 5021 or 5102 or instr consent4SF/S
69
RSCRSC 5101Math Tools for Research in Rehab and Movement SciencesEmail Rich Adamczak (adamc002@umn.edu)1SF
70
RSCRSC 5106Introduction to Rehabilitation ScienceEmail Rich Adamczak (adamc002@umn.edu)1SF
71
RSCRSC 5135Advanced Biomechanics I: KinematicsEmail Rich Adamczak (adamc002@umn.edu)3SF
72
RSCRSC 5231Clinical BiomechanicsEmail Rich Adamczak (adamc002@umn.edu)2-5SF
73
RSCRSC 5281Scientific Foundations: Exercise TheoryEmail Rich Adamczak (adamc002@umn.edu)3SF
74
75
† These courses are required for the ME major and have a significant laboratory component with limited seating capacity. Consequently, the ME DUS will give priority to ME students and may not give permission to BME students for these courses.
76
77
PLEASE NOTE: Semester information subject to change. Always check the schedule of classes on One Stop for the most current course data.
78
79
80
81
PRE-MED STUDENTS: Below is a list of recommended pre-med courses. The Cell & Tissue Engineering emphasis area most directly allows the Medical School recommended pre-med courses to be satisfied. However, all emphasis areas are pre-med capable; it is important to note that it is up to your emphasis area advisor whether or not the recommended pre-med courses listed below can count towards your ESE requirements. Please discuss this with your emphasis area advisor and reference the Pre-Med Advice section of the BME Undergraduate Intranet for further information.
82
83
84
CHEM 2302Organic Chemistry IIGrade of at least C- in 2301 3SF/S/Su
85
CHEM 2311Organic Chemistry Lab
Grade of at least C- in [2302, 2304] or [concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 2302, concurrent registration is required (or allowed) in 2304]
4SF/S/Su
86
BioC 3021Biochemistry
[2331 or CHEM 2301, [BIOL 1002 or BIOL 1009 or BIOL 2003]] or instr consent
3SF/S/Su
87
Biol 4003Genetics
[[Biol 3020 or BioC 3021 or BioC 4331], [any CBS major or major in [animal science or applied plant science or BA biology or BA microbiology or nutrition or physiology or biology/society/environment or biomedical engineering] or Grad MBS major]] or instr consent
3SF/S/Su
88
89
90
91
A FEW IDEAS: Suggested courses from the full list above are separated below by topic to aid in course selection. You do not need to choose courses from any particular category. This is just a tool that you may find useful if you’re trying to find courses on a specific topic. The courses below are also separated and color coded by the semester they are offered (see column G). Semester information subject to change. Always check the schedule of classes on One Stop.
92
Cardiovascular Devices
93
BMEBMEn 3601
Biomedical Engineering Careers and Practice in the Med Tech Industry
BME UD1EF
94
D/BMEBMEn 4011CAD/CAE of Bioelectrical DevicesBME, 3211, 3215 OR #1EF
95
D/BMEBMEn 4013CAD of Biomechanical DevicesBME Upper Division or instr consent1EF
96
D/BMEBMEn 4015CAE of Biomechanical/transport DevicesBMEn 3011, 3015, 3111, 31151EF
97
EME 5223Materials in Design3221, ME upper division or grad student4EF
98
APPhsl 5510Advanced Cardiac Physiology and AnatomyInstructor Consent Required.2 or 3SS
99
APBioC/Phsl 5444MuscleBiol/BioC 3021 or 4331 or Phsl 3061 or #31 ES
100
BMEBMEn 5601Cardiovascular DevicesBMEN 3011, 3111, 3211, or equivalents with instr consent1ES
Loading...
 
 
 
Sheet1