Total Semester Hours Required: 33
Students pursuing the MS in Bioengineering with a Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership must complete 16 semester-hours of required GIEL coursework, 5 semester-hours of bioengineering core coursework, and 12 semester-hours of coursework in their chosen Bioengineering concentration.
Please refer to the Bioengineering homepage for the most up-to-date course requirements and other program information.
Required GIEL Coursework
All students will be required to complete the following 16 semester-hours of Gordon Engineering Leadership coursework. Please visit the curriculum page for complete course descriptions.
|ENLR 5121||Engineering Leadership 1||2|
|ENLR 5122||Engineering Leadership 2||2|
|ENLR 5131||Scientific Principles of Engineering 1||2|
|ENLR 5132||Scientific Principles of Engineering 2||2|
|ENLR 7440||Engineering Leadership Challenge Project 1||4|
|ENLR 7442||Engineering Leadership Challenge Project 2||4|
Bioengineering Core Coursework
Students complete all 5 semester-hours of the following Bioengineering Engineering coursework.
|BIOE 6100||Medical Physiology||4|
|BIOE 6000||Principles of Bioengineering||1|
Bioengineering Concentration Options
Students will also complete 12 semester-hours in one of the following Bioengineering concentrations: Bioimaging and Signal Processing, Cell and Tissue Engineering, Biomechanics, or Biomedical Devices.
Students will select elective coursework in consultation with their academic advisor. More then one technical elective is allowed if approved by an academic advisor.
Biomedical Devices and Bioimaging
|BIOE 5235||Biomedical Imaging||4|
|BIOE 5250||Design, Manufacure, and Evaluation of Medical Devices||4|
|BIOE 5810||Design of Biomedical Instrumentation||4|
Cell and Tissue Engineering
|BIOE 5410||Molecular Bioengineering||4|
|BIOE 5420||Cellular Engineering||4|
|ME 5665||Musculoskeletal Biomechanics||4|
|ME 5650||Multiscale Biomechanics||4|