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  • BE-101

    Frontiers BE:Bridge Med&Tech

    The course covers basic concepts of biomedical engineering and their connection with the spectrum of human activity. It serves as an introduction to the fundamental science and engineering on which biomedical engineering is based. Case studies of drugs and medical products illustrate the product development-product testing cycle, patent protection, and FDA approval. It is designed for engineering, science and non-science majors. Prerequisite: None
  • BE-110

    Intro.Biomedical Computation

    Computational and mathematical tools used in biomedical engineering for the simulation of biological systems and the analysis of biomedical data. Basics of computational programming in MATLAB and Python; applications to modeling, design, and statistical and data analysis. Prerequisite: None
  • BI-101

    Intro.Bio.Principles I/Lab

    This course aids students in developing a conceptual framework, factual knowledge, and the ana-lytical skills for modern biology and an appreciation for science as a process. Major concepts or prin-ciples covered include molecular and cellular biology, and genetics.
  • BI-103

    Introductory Biology I/Lab

    This course will cover the major principles of biology from an evolutionary viewpoint. The first semester will cover the major concepts in molecular and cellular biology, microbiology, and genetics.
  • BI-104

    Introductory Biology II/Lab

    This course will cover evolution, ecology, plant biology, systematic, and comparative physiology. HYBRID 14/SP:In class Mon&Wed on line Fridays
  • BI-105

    Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab

    The fundamental facts and concepts of the normal structure and function of the human body are presented. Specific topics include integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Laboratory work includes microscopic examination of cells and tissues, dissection of preserved organ specimens and the cat and rat, and investigations of various human physiological processes.
  • BI-106

    Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab

    The fundamental facts and concepts of the normal structure and function of the human body are presented. Specific topics include circulatory, respiratory, urinary, digestive, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Laboratory work includes microscopic examination of cells and tissues, dissection of preserved organ specimens and the cat and rat, and investigations of various human physiological processes. For BI 106?prerequisite: An earned grade of C- or greater in BI 105.
  • BI-108

    General Microbiology/Lab

    The general characteristics of microbes and their relationship to humans are explored, with emphasis on those that are pathogenic to humans and those that are of public health significance. This includes the biological characteristics of microbes, antimicrobial methods, and concepts of immunity, diagnosis, and treatment and prevention of infection. The laboratory experience familiarizes the student with microbiological methodology and aseptic technique.