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Curriculum Planning

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Curriculum Planning

 

Curriculum:

Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) curriculum includes specialty and general education courses. Specialty curriculum divides into required courses and elective courses. Required courses are specialty courses of biomedical engineering, including basic mathematics, physics and chemistry and basic biomedicine and engineering.

The main curriculum of freshmen are basic specialty required courses and general education courses. Sophomore and junior focus on specialty required courses. Curriculum for junior and senior are specialty elective courses and practicum.

Required curriculum planning is as follow:General chemistry, general physic, calculus, engineering mathematics, biostatistics,  general biology, anatomy, physiology and its experiment, biochemistry, introduction of biotechnology, life science, science, introduction of medical engineering, programming, circuitry, electronics and its experiment, digital circuits and single-chip design, introduction of medical engineering, principles and applications of sensor, principle and design of medical instrument, medical engineering experiment, engineering mechanics, biomechanics, introduction of biosensor, practicum, clinical practicum of medical equipment maintenance, medical equipment safety and regulations.

Elective courses include two categories: "medical electronic and information" and "biomechanics and assistive device technology" assist with relative courses, such as: "biotechnology and tissue engineering" and "medical equipment safety and regulations".

 

 Medical electronic and informationcurriculum:

Signal and system analysis, introduction of medical optical, medical information, communication principle, introduction of telemedicine,electro-mechanical systems integration, biomedical signal processing, medical measurement and instrumentation, higher medical device,computer-aided circuit design, introduction of bio-chip technology, medical equipment quality authentication system.

 

 Biomechanics and assistive devicecurriculum:

Material mechanics, automatic control systems, introduction of rehabilitation engineering, finite element analysis,computer-aided design and manufacturing, sport biomechanics, biomedical material, tissue engineering,biomedical nanotechnology, clinical engineering, home-care engineering, medical equipment innovation and entrepreneurial practices.

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