BME Courses are offered within the four technical areas:   

Area 1 Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation
Area 2 Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering
Area 3 Computational Biomedical Engineering
Area 4 Biomechanics

The department's Graduate Advisor helps student identify suitable courses in each area.

Sample Course Offerings

For course locations and times of current offerings, please see the Course Schedule.
For descriptions of other BME and non-BME courses, please see the Course Catalog.   

  • BME 381J.3 Biomedical Imaging: Signals and Systems
  • BME 381J Fluorescence Micro/Spectroscopy
  • BME 381J Lasers and Optics
  • BME 381J Optical Design
  • BME 381J Medical Imaging
  • BME 381J Functional Imaging Laboratory
  • BME 381J.7 Digital Image and Video Processing
  • BME 382J Cellular and Molecular Biomechanics
  • BME 382J Drug Delivery
  • BME 381J Molecular Biophysics: Measurements and Methods
  • BME 382J.1 Cell and Tissue Engineering
  • BME 382J.4 Advanced Engineering Biomaterials
  • BME 383J Geometric Modeling and Visualization
  • BME 383J Computational Biomolecular Engineering
  • BME 383J Computational Methods for Biomedical Engineers
  • BME 383J.4 Biomechanics of Human Movement
  • BME 383J.5 Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics in Biological Systems
  • BME 383J.7 Data Mining
  • BME 384J.1 Biomedical Instrumentation
  • BME 385J Biomedical Micro- and Nanotechnology
  • BME 385J Fields Forces and Flows
  • BME 385J Advanced Oral Communication for International Engineering Students
  • BME 385J Approaches to Modeling Simulation of Cardiac Function
  • BME 385J, Topic 36 Engineering Applications of Immunology and Disease Pathology
  • BME 386 Product Realization/Technology Commercialization Seminar

Contact Us

 Lacy White220
Lacy White, Graduate Coordinator

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Andrew Dunn, Ph.D., Graduate Advisor, Professor

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