Electrical Engineering Department
Biomedical Engineering Minor
November 12, 2007
Requirements for Electrical Engineering Undergraduates
Pursuing a Minor in Biomedical Engineering
Undergraduates in the Department of Electrical Engineering are required to adhere to the following guidelines when pursuing a Minor in Biomedical Engineering.
Students are allowed to use only their non-soc/hum elective courses to satisfy the minor requirements. Currently, electrical engineering students have the following electives in their curriculum:
1 Electrical Engineering Elective
3 Free Electives
1 Science Elective
In order to obtain the BME minor, students will have to use 4 of their 5 possible electives listed following these guidelines:
The minor in biomedical engineering requirements are:
- At least one 400 level biomedical engineering course.
- Up to three additional courses taken from the engineering, biology, and chemistry approved elective list published by the BME Department.
- ELEC 411 can be counted towards 1 electrical engineering or free elective to build one of the four courses required for the BME minor.
- The one science elective required for the electrical engineering degree can overlap with the BME minor. This course must also be taken from the biology and/or chemistry approved elective list published by the BME Department.
- BIOL 120 and 121 can not be counted toward the BME minor requirements.
- ENGR 240 is required.