Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department: MSc in Biomedical Engineering

MS Biomedical Engineering Electives

Electives must be selected from either the list of graduate BME courses, or selected from the list shown below. Electives must be selected with advisor approval. It is recommended that students take a course sequence in a specific area in order to build depth of knowledge. Elective courses outside of this list must be approved by petition to the faculty of the Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department. A maximum of one course at the 400-level is permitted.
  • Signal, Image, and Data Analysis

  • BME 659 Medical Imaging
    CHE 594 Data Analysis and Rectification
    IME 510 Advanced Engineering Statistics
    IME 520 Applied Engineering Design
    PHY 530 Introduction to Medical Physics
    PHY 535 Radiation Therapy Physics
    PHY 550 Optics
    PHY 565 Image Processing

  • Biomechanics

  • BME 651 Biomechanics
    CHE 594 Biofluid Mechanics
    CVE 512 Finite Element Analysis I
    CVE 513 Advanced Strength of Materials
    CVE 604 Elasticity
    CVE 612 Finite Element Analysis II
    MCE 695 Biomechanics and Control of Human Movement

  • Tissue Engineering

  • BME 655 Biomaterials
    BME 651 Biomechanics
    BME 694 Tissue Engineering
    CHE 586 Fundamentals of Polymers

  • Materials synthesis/characterization/nanotechnology

  • BME 694 Interfacial Phenomena
    CHE 586 Fundamentals of Polymers
    CHE 580 Advanced Materials Processing
    CHE 602 Surface Phase Equilibria
    EEC 514 Nanotechnology

  • Bioprocessing

  • BME 694 Drug Discovery, Design, and Delivery
    CHE 566 Biochemical Engineering
    CHE 504 Advanced Chemical Reactor Design
    CHE 506 Advanced Transport Phenomena
    CHE 508 Advanced Separation Processes
    CHE 502 Advanced Thermodynamics
    CHE 603 Fundamentals of Adsorption
    CHE 606 Advanced Mass Transfer

  • Instrumentation/Sensors/MEMs devices

  • BME 580 Biomedical Instrumentation
    BME 694 Microfluidics,
    BME 694 High Throughput Screening Methods for Drug Discovery
    BME 655 Biomaterials
    EEC 515 Biosensors, Biofuel Cells, and BioMEMS
    EEC 514 Nanotechnology
    EEC 530 Digital Signal Processing
    PHY 660 Electronics

  • Software Engineering

  • EEC 525 Data Mining
    EEC 517 Embedded Systems

  • Controls

  • CHE 594 Data Analysis and Rectification
    EEC 645 Intelligent Control Systems

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Mailing Address
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department
Fenn College of Engineering
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Ave., SH 455
Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214
Campus Location
Stilwell Hall Room 455
1980 East 24th Street
Phone: 216.687.2569
Fax: 216.687.9220
ChE@csuohio.edu
Contact
Jorge E. Gatica
j.gatica@csuohio.edu
Phone: 216.523.7274


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