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  • BE-210

    Circuits and Sensors

    This course introduces students to instrumentation of bioengineering including ECG, EEG, radiological imaging, and routine biomedical laboratory measures such as blood pressure, cell counts, blood and urine tests, and statistical analysis of data. Students will discuss principles of circuits, signals and systems in the context of operating principles of bioelectrical systems at multiple physiological scales and provides the fundamental background required to interface biological systems with circuits and sensors for measurements. Topics include bioelectric measurement, signal processing, and dialysis. Prerequisites: BE101 and MA106
  • BE-250

    Quantitative Human Physiology

    An introductory course in physiological systems and feedback control theory for biomedical engineers. It aims to apply systems theory and classical feedforward and feedback control in the context of physiological systems.