2002-03 Bulletin
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BIOENGINEERING



MAJOR IN BIOENGINEERING (Bachelor of Science)

Major Requirements:

 
Core Subjects 28-31
BIOL101, 102, 103General Biology 12
ENGR221, 222, 223Engineering Mechanics 9
ENGR 228Circuit Analysis 4
BIOL495*Colloquium (2-4 Quarters) 0
ENGR495*Colloquium (2-4 Quarters) 0
ENGR396, 496-498Seminar3-6
   or
BIOL211Introduction to Biological Research I
   and
BIOL296Current Topics in Biology
   and
BIOL316Introduction to Biological Research II
and either
BIOL416Research in Biology
   or
ENGR 497, 498Seminar

 
Electrical Fundamentals 0-7
ENGR325Instrumentation 3
ENGR351Linear Network Analysis 4

 
Mechanics and Materials 4-8
BIOL393Genetics 4
BIOL464Animal Physiology 4
BIOL470Marine Biophysics 5
CHEM351, 354Physical Chemistry and Laboratory  4
ENGR321Mechanics of Materials 4
ENGR322Engineering Materials 4
PHYS312, 315Physical Electronics and Laboratory 4

 
Transport Phenomena 4-9
BIOL 392Cell Biology 4
BIOL 401Plant Physiology 4
CHEM352, 355Physical Chemistry and Laboratory  4
CHEM431Biochemistry of Proteins 4
ENGR331, 364Fluid Mechanics and Laboratory 5
ENGR332Thermodynamics 4
ENGR465Heat Transfer 4
PHYS 332Thermodynamics 4

 
Electives (21 must be upper division) 24-33
BIOLSelected Courses 12-21
ENGRSelected Courses 12-21
Technical Electives 0-9
Selected courses from MATH, 
PHYS, CHEM, CPTR 
_______
69

 
Electives must be approved by the Bioengineering Committee after consideration of the total student program.
 

* Six Quarters of Colloquium are Required.
 

Cognates:
CPTR141Introduction to Programming  4
CHEM141, 142, 143General Chemistry 9
CHEM144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory 3
CHEM321, 322*Organic Chemistry 8
CHEM325Introduction to Organic Laboratory 1
MATH 181, 281Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, II 8
MATH282, 283Analytic Geometry and Calculus III, IV 8
MATH312Ordinary Differential Equations 4
MATH315Probability and Statistics 4
PHYS 251, 252, 253Principles of Physics 9
PHYS 254, 255, 256Principles of Physics Laboratory 3

 
* While the first two quarters are required as cognates for the major, a complete, year long sequence may be necessary to fulfill course prerequisites or requirements for advanced studies.