The minor in Tissue Engineering is intended to provide graduates with the knowledge base and practical skills that will prepare them to quickly contribute to research and manufacturing of devices designed for repair and replacement of tissues and organs. Interested students should contact the BME Student Services Coordinator for information and application materials.
BME 484 Tissue Engineering Fundamentals
BIT 410 Manipulation of Recombinant DNA
BIT 466 Animal Cell Culture
BME 483/BEC483 Tissue Engineerinf Fundamentals
BME 498 Undergraduate Research in Biomedical Engineering
All students must complete one course in thermodynamics from the following list:
MAE 301 Thermodynamics
MSE 301 Introduction to Thermodynamics of Materials
CHE 315 Chemical Process Thermodynamics
TE 303 Thermodynamics for Textile Engineers
All students must complete one course in fluid mechanics, transport, solid mechanics or polymer engineering:
MAE 308 Fluid Dynamics
CE 382 Hydraulics
CHE 311 Transport Solid Mechanics
MAE 314 Solid Mechanics
CE 313 Mechanics of Solids
TE 463 Polymer Engineering
TE 466 Polymeric Biomaterials Engineering
There are no elective courses in this minor.
Admissions and Certification of Minor
The BME staff will hold primary responsibility for administration of the Minor in Tissue Engineering. Information about the minor and application materials will be handled by the BME student services coordinator. BME faculty members will serve as advisors for the minor.
Contact PersonLesley HubbardEngineering Building 3Room 4014