|Biological or Clinical Sciences||3|
Graduate level, taken for a letter grade.
BS BME/MSE Integrated Program students only may choose to replace the biological/clinical science course with any other approved graduate-level technical course.
Terminal coursework MSE students may choose to count an upper-division undergraduate course toward this requirement with the Graduate Advisor's approval.*
|Basic or Applied Mathematics||3||A statistics course is encouraged, but another mathematics topic may be approved in some circumstances. Graduate level, taken for a letter grade.|
|Technical Area 1: Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation||3||Choose one course from each of three of the four technical areas for a total of 9 credit hours. Graduate level, taken for a letter grade.|
|Technical Area 2: Cellular and Biomolecular Engineering||3|
|Technical Area 3: Computational Biomedical Engineering||3|
|Technical Area 4: Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Biomechanics||3|
|Technical Electives: graduate-level taken for a letter grade||9||One technical elective may be substituted with one approved graduate-level professional development course. All coursework must be approved by the Graduate Advisor in advance of registration.|
|Technical Electives: graduate-level taken for a letter grade, graduate-level taken as CR/NC, or undergraduate upper-division taken for a letter grade||6|
Effective fall 2018, up to six credit hours of BME X97 Research Problems may count toward the CR/NC allowance for BME PhD students pursuing an MSE along-the-way to PhD.
*Terminal MSE students who choose to count an upper-division undergraduate course toward the biological/clinical sciences may only count up to 3 credit hours of additional upper-division undergraduate coursework taken for a letter grade or graduate level coursework taken as CR/NC.