All biomedical engineering students are expected to follow these guidelines in preparing for meetings with faculty academic advisers. If a student comes to an advising meeting unprepared, he/she will be asked to come back at a later time after properly preparing for the meeting. Students are reminded that it is ultimately each student's responsibility to make sure that all degree requirements are satisfied.
To prepare for the advising meetings, every student must:
Students may find course information, including approved social science and humanities courses, by following the Course Information link on the Info for Current Engineering Students web page. Please note that the courses listed as Engineering Humanities or Engineering Social Science are approved courses for engineers. The courses listed as just humanities or just social science are for Arts & Science students. While a lot of overlap exists between the two lists, students should be careful to only consider the ones listed with the "Engineering" modifier when fulfilling Soc/Hum requirements.
Copies of relevant advising and registration documents are available in the BME public space at R:\biomed_engineering\public\Advising & Registration Documents. Students should be sure to use the correct files for their graduation year.
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