Courses & Special Options for Graduate Students
These lists give you information on BME-specific offerings. For more ideas on what courses to take, the Appendix of the 'Program Requirements' document lists additional course options including many from other departments, listed by research area.
Other course choices may be made by exploring the options for Graduate Minors and Specialization areas. A comprehensive list of specialization areas in which graduate students may consider minoring is maintained by the Graduate School. Some minors recently explored among BME graduate students include Anatomy, Aging, Global Health, Biomedical Clinical and Translational Science, and Humanitarian Engineering.
For courses and competitions aimed at business and commercialization, be sure to check out the Center for Entrepreneurship of the Fisher College of Business.
Graduate Courses planned for Autumn 2020 & Spring 2021
Projected listing. Last updated: SP 2020
Schedulers Note: Courses for the upcoming academic year are finalized during faculty discussions at the end of the current academic year and there can be changes to the tentative plans based on addition of new faculty, professional leave, changes in funded research release time, etc.
All 5xxx-level courses listed below are graduate-level BME courses -- even those without specific graduate sections.
6000 - Scientific Methods - Roberts
6983 - Research Ethics - Litsky
5120 - Biomedical Optics - Xu
5194.03 - Mechanobiology of Musculoskeletal System in Dev and Disease - Purmessur
5194.06 - Polymers in Bioeng - Swindle-Reilly
5194.09 - Cell Plasticity - Gallego-Perez
5310 - Advanced Biomaterials - Hansford
5510 - Advanced Tissue Eng - Gooch
5668 - Microtransducers - Zhao
Spring 2021 - tentative
5580 - Excitable Cell Engineering - Hund
5194.09 - Ocular Biomechanics - Reilly
5421 - Tissue Mechanics - B Walter
5639 - Device Design - Xu