Bioengineering

Graduate Courses

BIOE 5200: Physiology And Anatomy For Bioengineers  
(3 hours) Review and study of general physiological principles and bioengineering perspectives of the human circulatory, respiratory, digestive, immune, nervous, muscular and excretory systems.

BIOE 6100: Computational Physiology  
(3 hours) Application of mathematical and computational techniques to physiological systems. Models include conductive cables and compartmental models of nerve fibers, nonlinear differential equation models of electrophysiology, and stochastic models of biomolecular interactions.

BIOE 5730 Computational Bioengineering
(3 hours) Introduction to and utilization of computation packages in orthopedic biomechanics.  Computer aided design of implants, shape-optimization, finite element analysis of implant performance and failure of musculoskeletal organs, tissues and cells.

BIOE 8100: Computational Physiology  
(3 hours) Application of mathematical and computational techniques to physiological systems. Models include conductive cables and compartmental models of nerve fibers, nonlinear differential equation models of electrophysiology, and stochastic models of biomolecular interactions.

Last Updated: 6/30/19