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Bioengineering
Bioengineering Core Course
 

Bioengineering

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BIOE 5063 - 3D Modeling for Bioengineers

This course instills 3D modeling skills specific to biomedical industry. Topics include computer aided design, medical imaging, image processing, patient specific image to three-dimensional model reconstruction, non-uniform rational b-spline surfaces, finite element, computational fluid dynamics analyses, physical modeling using rapid prototyping. Restrictions: Matriculated CEAS students. Semester Hours: 3 to 3.

BIOE 5064 - Advanced MatLab for Bioengineers and Life Scientists

This course covers MatLab programming for bioengineers and life scientists. Topics include MatLab syntax and optimization as well as techniques for working with scalars, time-series, images, and multi-dimension datasets. Surface/Curve fitting, modeling, automation, and classification will be covered as well. Restrictions: Matriculated CU students. Semester Hours: 3 to 3.

BIOE 5073 - Neural Interfaces and Bionic Limbs

This course will explore advanced topics in neural interfaces (Brain machine interfaces, peripheral nerve interfaces etc), the issues involved in the design of mechatronic limb systems and the decoding algorithms used to map the neural interface to the mechatronic limb. Restrictions: Matriculated CEAS students. Semester Hours: 3 to 3

BIOE 5420 - Special Topics in Bioengineering: Advanced Optical Imaging in Biomedical Research

This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of optical imaging. Topics will range from classical microscopy to advanced non-linear and super-resolution imaging and include theory, technology, and applications in biomedical sciences. This will prepare students for developing and applying state-of-the-art optical imaging in their research. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Bioengineering or permission of instructor. Semester Hours: 3 to 3

BIOE 5420 - Special Topics in Bioengineering: Polymers in Biomedical Applications

This course will cover fundamental synthetic method and basic characteristics of various polymetric biomaterials and their crucial roles in different biomedical applications. It will cover how the ploymers can be modified to enhance biomedical applications. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Bioengineering or permission of instructor. Semester Hours: 3 to 3

BIOE 5420 - Special Topics in Bioengineering: Introduction to Laboratory Animal Research

This course is an introduction to animal science and research. It will provide the student with basic knowledge on the use of laboratory animals, animal welfare, and animal models. It will include general concepts on animal biology and husbandry for the most common species used in the laboratory. It will also incorporate essential principles of anesthesia, analgesia, surgery, and perioperative care. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Bioengineering or permission of instructor. Semester Hours: 3 to 3

BIOE 5840 - Independent Study in Bioengineering

Graduate level independent study in Bioengineering with a faculty mentor. Prerequisite: Graduate standing in Bioengineering or permission of instructor. Semester Hours: 1 to 6

BIOE 6950 - Masters Thesis

Research for Master Thesis under supervision of faculty thesis advisor. Prerequesite: Consent of thesis advisor. Restrictions: Satisfactory progress toward MS-Bioengineering degree. Semester Hours: 1 to 6

BIOE 6960 - Masters Project

Training for Master Project under supervision of faculty project advisor. Prerequesite: Consent of project advisor. Restrictions: Satisfactory progress toward MS-Bioengineering degree. Semester Hours: 1 to 6

BIOE 8990 - Doctoral Dissertation

Research for doctoral dissertation under supervision of faculty advisor. Prerequisite: Consent of dissertation advisor. Restrictions: Satisfactory progress toward PhD-Bioengineering Degree. Semester Hours: 1 to 10