Courses

Bachelor of Science in Electronic Emphasis on Biomedical Engineering

 Course Description

General Elective Requirement

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

ARAB200

Arabic Language and Literature

3crs

 

 

This course is a comprehensive review of Arabic Grammar, Syntax, major literature and poetry styles, formal and business letters.

تتألف مادة اللغة العربية وادابها لغير المتخصصين من ثلاثة اقسام،أحدها يتناول دروسا اساسية في النحو والصرف والبلاغة،والثاني يتناول مباحث في الادب والتحليل،أما القسم الثالث فيعالج بعض تقنيات التعبير والتواصل.

CULT200

Introduction to Arab – Islamic Civilization

3crs

ENGL151

 

The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the history and achievements of the Islamic civilization.  Themes will include patterns of the political and spiritual leadership; cultural, artistic, and intellectual accomplishments.

ENGL201

Composition and Research Skills   

3crs

ENGL151

 

This course focuses on the development of writing skills appropriate to specific academic and professional purposes; the analysis and practice of various methods of organization and rhetorical patterns used in formal expository and persuasive writing; the refinement of critical reading strategies and library research techniques; and the completion of an academically acceptable library research paper.

ENGL251

Communication Skills

3crs

ENGL201

 

The objectives of this course are to improve students’ writing skills for academic purposes by developing effective use of grammatical structures; analytical and critical reading skills; a sensitivity to rhetorical situation, style, and level of diction in academic reading and writing; and competence in using various methods of organization used in formal writing.

Core Requirement

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

CHEM200

General Chemistry

3crs

CHEM160, ENGL101

 

This course covers the basic principles of chemistry. An in-depth study of electronic structure of atom, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding and molecular structure. Chemical equilibrium will focus mostly on acid base, redox reactions and other complex ionic equilibria followed by many solution reactions such as precipitation of buffers. The final part of this course describes the basic principles of thermodynamics of various states of matter, electrochemistry, and the kinetic aspects of chemical reactions.

CSCI250

Introduction to Programming

3crs

ENGL051

CSCI250L

This course introduces the basic concepts and principles of structured programming in Java. It starts by an introduction to Java showing its syntax and the structure of a program in Java then teaches simple data types, control structures, methods, arrays, and recursion.

CSCI250L

Introduction to Programming Lab

1cr

 

CSCI250

 

IENG300

Engineering Project Management

3crs

 

ENGL251

This course covers the fundamentals of project management for engineering professionals. It reviews the project management framework in organizations and covers in-depth the tools and techniques used in initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling and concluding a project to achieve the set goals within schedule and budget targets. Real life engineering project examples are used to demonstrate the application of project management concepts to engineering projects. The course is aligned with the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and helps learners to prepare for PMI certification exams.

MATH210

Calculus II

3crs

MATH160

 

The course material includes hyperbolic functions and their inverses and their derivatives integration techniques, improper integrals, sequences, infinite series, power series, Taylor and Maclaurin series and application of power series. The mathematical software Maple will be introduced and used in support of the comprehension of the material.

 

MATH220

Calculus III

3crs

MATH210

 

This text covers basic topics on infinite series, lines and planes in space, cylinders and quadric surfaces,  functions of several variables, limits and continuity, Partial derivatives, chain rule, directional derivatives, Gradient vector, tangent planes,  double and triple integrals, areas, moments, center of mass, volumes, double integrals in polar forms, triple integrals in cylindrical and spherical coordinates, line integrals, vector fields Green’s theorem, surface integrals, Stokes theorem, and the divergence theorem. Students are required to solve extensive number of problems and computer assignment using the mathematical software package Maple.

MATH225

Linear Algebra with Applications

3crs

MATH160

 

Introduction to the systems of linear equations and matrices, Gaussian eliminations, matrix operations, inverses, types of matrices, determinants and their applications, vector spaces, subspaces, linear independence, basis and dimension, rank and nullity, inner product spaces and orthogonal bases, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, applications from other disciplines such as physics, computer science, and economics.

MATH270

Ordinary Differential Equations

3crs

MATH210

MATH220, MATH225

First-order equations, linear and non-linear differential, linearization, numerical and qualitative analysis, second-order equations, existence-uniqueness theorem, series solutions, Bessel's and Legendre's functions, Laplace transforms, systems of differential equations, applications and modeling of real phenomena.

MATH310

Probability and Statistics

3crs

MATH220, ENGL201

 

Descriptive statistics, the concept of probability and its properties, counting methods, conditional probability, discrete and continuous random variables, expected value, distribution functions of random variables, the central limit theorem, random sampling and sampling distributions, Hypothesis testing.

MATH360

Advanced Engineering Mathematics

3crs

MATH270, MATH225

 

The topics covered in this course are: Fourier  Series, Fourier  Integrals and Transforms, Partial Differential Equations, the heat and the wave equation, and Laplace’s equation, analytic functions, Cauchy-Riemann equations, harmonic functions,  Cauchy’s theorem, integral representation formulae, Power series of analytic functions, zeroes, isolated singularities, Laurent series, poles, residues, use of residue calculus to evaluate real integrals, use of argument principle to locate fractional linear transformations, and conformal mapping.

MATH375

Numerical Methods for Scientists and Engineers

3crs

CSCI250, MATH270, MATH225

 

Newton-Raphson Methods, Secant Methods, Interpolation and Langrage polynomial, divided differences, cubic spline interpolation, Trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules, composite and Simpson’s rules, Romberg integration, adaptive quadrature methods, guassian quadrature, Runge-Kutta method, multisteps methods; implicit and explicit methods, predictor-corrector methods, Gauss-siedel, LU-decomposition, QR-factorization, finite difference methods for linear and nonlinear problems, numerical solutions to systems of differential equations, Runge-Kutta methods for systems.

MENG225

Engineering Drawing & CAD

3crs

 

 

This course consists in two parts: 2 D and 3D. It can be defined as a tool in order to generate accurate drawings due to scales in 2 D and in 3 D. It focuses on drawings related to engineering. Drawings may be “descriptive”, describing an object or a tool, or they may represent the first step of design (Design of tools and machines).

MENG250

Mechanics I; Statics

3crs

 ENGL051

MATH210

This course treats only rigid-body mechanics and forms a suitable basis for the design and analysis of many types of structural, mechanical, or electrical devices encountered in engineering. As the course name suggests, this course deals with the equilibrium of bodies that are either at rest or move with constant velocity. Therefore, this Statics course provides the students with the principles that treats the Statics of particles and rigid bodies, trusses, frames, machines; centroids, centers of gravity; and friction.

MENG300

Mechanics II; Dynamics

3crs

MENG250

MATH220

This course treats only rigid-body mechanics and forms a suitable basis for dynamics problems encountered in engineering. As the course name suggests, this course deals with the accelerated motion of a body. In this course the subject of dynamics will be presented in two parts: Kinematics, which treats only the geometric aspects of the motion and Kinetics, which is the analysis of the forces causing the motion. Consequently, this course focuses on Kinematics of particles; kinetics of particles: Newton’s second law, work-energy and impulse-momentum methods, moments of inertia of areas and masses.

PHYS220

Physics for Engineers

3crs

PHYS160, ENGL101

MATH210

Electricity, Electric Field and Electric Potential, Magnetism, Biot-Savarat Law, Ampere’s Law, Faraday’s Law, Fluid Mechanics, Wave Motion, Sound Waves, Superposition and Standing Waves, Temperature, Heat, Laws of Thermodynamics.

Major Requirements Course

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

CENG300

Fundamentals of Digital Logic Design

3crs

EENG250

 

This course is an introductory to logic design for students in computer and electrical engineering. The course stresses fundamentals and a large number of design problems. Topics include Boolean algebra: theory of logic functions; mapping techniques and function minimization; logic equivalent circuits and gate transformations; base conversion number notations and arithmetic; binary addition/subtraction circuits, decoder, encoder, comparator, Multiplexer and demultiplexer. Introduction to sequential circuits: Latches and flip-flops, state table and state equations, analysis of sequential circuits, Moore and Mealy state Machine.

CENG350

Digital Logic Systems

3crs

CENG300, CSCI250

CENG352L

This course introduces students to the principles of Microcontroller design and applications. Students will be introduced to the PIC microcontroller architecture, specifically the PIC 18F family.  Moreover, the course introduces programming using assembly language and C. Topics introduced will include: Looping, branching, arithmetic and logical operations, timer, interrupts, Parallel I/O

CENG352L

Digital Logic Systems Lab

1cr

CENG300

CENG350

This lab introduces experiments concerning designing, simulating and testing digital logic circuits, which uses Combinational Logic Design; Decoders and Encoders, Multiplexers, signed number notations and arithmetic; binary addition/subtraction circuits; PLA, PAL, theory of sequential circuits; timing diagrams; analysis and synthesis of D, JK, and T flip flop based sequential circuit; Design with D and JK flip-flops. The objective of this course is to cover experimentally all experiments on Com3lab boards (70017 & 70018) that are related to the topics above. After that, each group of two students should have the tools to build combinatory circuits, where those circuits will be given as small projects where each group should write down the design and complete the implementation.

EENG250

Electric Circuits I

3crs

ENGL051

MATH210

Introduce techniques of DC circuit analysis (Node, Mesh, Superposition, & Source Transformation) containing ideal and dependent sources. Covers real power calculations, perform equivalent resistive circuits. Introduce concept of Thevinin and Norton equivalent circuits, basic concept of mutual inductance, and determine the transient responses of RL, RC, parallel and series RLC.

EENG300

Electric Circuits II

3crs

EENG250

EENG301L

Introduce techniques of AC circuit analysis, containing ideal and dependent sources. Covers sinusoidal steady state power calculations, balanced three phase circuits, frequency selective circuits and two-port circuits in addition to Operational amplifiers (Op-amps).

EENG301L

Electric Circuits Lab

1cr

EENG250

EENG300

 

EENG304

Biology for Biomedical Engineers

3crs

 

 

This course represents an introductory level course to the organization of human life science. It treats the following subjects: molecules and cell organization, biological membranes, energy and metabolism, photosynthesis, cell division (mitosis and mycosis), DNA replication, protein synthesis, heredity, micro-organisms, tissues.

EENG350

Electronic Circuits I

3crs

EENG250

EENG300, EENG350L

Electrical signals and amplifier models. Semiconductors. P-N Junction: current-voltage characteristics. Diode models. Diode circuit applications. Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor (MOSFET): structure, current-voltage characteristics, DC biasing, small-signal model, MOSFET amplifiers. Bipolar junction transistor (BJT): structure, current-voltage characteristics, DC biasing, small-signal model, BJT amplifiers.

EENG350L

Electronic Circuits I Lab

1 cr.

 EENG250

EENG350

 

EENG354

Physiology for Biomedical Engineers

3crs

 

 

In this course the following subjects are treated: bone tissue, joints, muscular tissue, nervous tissue, spinal cord, brain, autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular system, digestive system, urinary system.

EENG385

Signals and Systems

3crs

MATH270, EENG300

 

Signal and system modeling concepts; system modeling and analysis in time domain; the Fourier series; the Fourier transform and its applications; the Laplace transformation and its applications; analysis and design of analog filters, MATLAB for analog signal processing.

EENG400

Electronic Circuits II

3crs

EENG350

EENG400L

This course deals with BJTs and FETs frequency response analysis, examines operational amplifiers theory in order to discover its performance and applications, namely: Voltage summing, buffers, controlled sources, instrumentation circuits and active filters. The course also treats power amplifiers of different classes (Class: A, B, C and D). Finally, Voltage controlled oscillators, PLL and Digital to analogue converters will be also presented as well as the Analysis and design of different types of oscillators.

EENG400L

Electronic Circuits II Lab

1cr.

EENG350

EENG400

 

EENG404

Biophysics and Bioelectricity

3crs

EENG354

 

This is an introductory course on biophysics for undergraduate students. The first part deals with properties of biologic materials. The second part treats the cellular and molecular biophysics and covers, in depth, the molecular phenomena related to biologic processes. Organ systems and the principles of physics in the processes of locomotion, blood and fluid flow, respiration, audition and vision are addressed in the third part. The fourth part deals with bioelectric phenomena such as resting and action potentials with their physical tools. Radioactivity and biologic effect of ionizing radiation will be treated in the fifth part.

EENG414

Biocompatibility

3crs

EENG354

 

This course covers the following topics. Biocompatibility standards including the role of material standardization and validation methods in evaluating biocompatibility, biodegradation and toxic kinetic, surface analysis of polymeric biomaterials, sterilization processes and residuals, cytotoxicity, interactions with blood, genotoxicity, carcinogenicity and reproductive toxicity, explants retrieval and analysis, assessment of biological safety, risk analysis.

EENG424

Medical Instrumentation I

3crs

 

EENG404, EENG424L

The course covers the following topics. Basic concepts of medical instrumentation, basic sensors and principles, amplifiers and signal processing, biopotential electrodes, biopotential amplifiers, blood pressure and sound, measurement of flow and volume of blood, measurements of the respiratory system, chemical biosensors, clinical laboratory instrumentation, therapeutic and devices, electrical Safety.

EENG424L

Medical Instrumentation I

1cr.

 

EENG424

EENG430

Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

3crs

PHYS220, MATH360

 

This is an introductory course in Electromagnetics covering Vector analysis, Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Maxwell’s equations and Plane Wave Propagation.

EENG474

Medical Imaging I

3crs

EENG424, EENG430

 

This course introduces imaging methods in medicine and biology. Covered medical imaging systems include conventional X-ray, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine (PET and SPECT), and ultrasound. Each of these modalities will be introduced from basic physical principles to the process of image formation. Basic concepts in medical image processing and analysis will also be introduced.

EENG484

Acquisition and Microcontrollers in Biomedical Engineering 

3crs

EENG400

 

This course examines sensors employed for biological and biomedical applications. Focus will be concentrated on the components of data acquisition systems and particularly on the sensors which represent the first element of the data acquisition chain. A broad range of biosensors, whose role is to convert information from one form of energy to electrical signals, will be introduced. In this case the final form for the information will be an electrical signal but the transducers themselves could be optical, mechanical, etc., and operate in a number of different ways (eg., capacitive, potentiometric, photonic).

EENG494

Senior Project 

3crs

EENG424, EENG400

 

This course integrates the knowledge acquired in the various courses of the undergraduate curriculum to an open-ended design effort and applies the knowledge gained to the solution of a contemporary engineering problem. Students improve oral and written communication skills, gain familiarity with available technical literature, and experience the life cycle of a design project within a group environment. Many projects include practice in the use of computers and relevant support software while solving a design problem. Students work together as a team to accomplish common goals and be able to participate in regional & National competitions. Dr. F Hachem, Farouk.hachem@liu.edu.lb, is the organizer for the participation of such manifestations.

Remedial courses

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

CHEM160

Freshmen Chemistry II

3crs

 

 

This course will cover the fundamental principles of chemistry such as the properties of gases and mass relationship in chemical reactions, atomic structure and bonding, molecular geometry,  periodic properties and chemical reactions of elements. The basic concepts of chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, thermochemistry and electrochemistry will be also covered.

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

MATH160

Calculus I

3crs

 

 

This is the first course in Calculus. The topics of this course include rate of change, limits, continuity, inverse functions, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, derivatives, chain rule and parametric equations, implicit differentiation, mean value theorem, curve plotting, indefinite integral, differential equations, integral rules, integration by substitution, estimating with finite sums, Reimann sums and definite integral, application to area, distance, volume and arc-length, fundamental theorem of calculus, and definite integrals, applications of integrals, volume by slicing and rotation about an axis, length of plane curves.

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

PHYS160

College Physics

3crs

 

 

This course is designed to provide an overview of algebra based introductory physics, which is a requirement for most undergraduate science major students.  The scope of this course is to provide the basic understanding of mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and optics as described in the table shown below.  It is recommended for students to be up to date in preparation and doing home works on time.  If you are behind for one lecture it would be difficult to make it up for the rest of the semester.

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

ENGL051

Basic English Skills        

7crs

 

 

This course instructs students in reading fluency, vocabulary, writing conventions, and academic skills necessary for university level. In this integrated skills class, students read and discuss texts on high-interest and current topics. The readings expose students to various genres of writing. Students focus on learning strategies for faster and better reading, such as skimming, scanning, predicting, inferring, analyzing and synthesizing information, while increasing their vocabulary building skills. Writing exercises connect to reading texts or themes and progress from controlled to free writing. Students learn to develop, organize and edit their work. Lower level students focus on the basic skills of paragraph writing while advanced students work toward gaining full competence in writing for academic or professional purposes.

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

ENGL101

Introduction to Oral and Written Skills        

7crs

 

 

This course instructs students in reading fluency, vocabulary, writing conventions, and academic skills necessary for university level

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

ENGL151

Advanced Writing Skills     

6crs

 

 

This course instructs students in reading -writing fluency, vocabulary, writing conventions, and academic skills necessary for university level.

 

Master of Science in Electronic emphasis on Biomedical Engineering

Course Description

General Elective Requirements

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

ENGG500

Engineering Economics

3crs

 

 

Basic concepts, Interest rate, types of compounding, economic equivalence, present and future value, capital recovery, net present value, rate of return, payback period and benefit cost ratio, investment appraisal, equipment replacement and retirement, depreciation and taxes, preparation and presenting an economic feasibility study.

ENGG650

Engineering Profession and Ethics

3crs

 

 

Engineering Profession and Ethics is a complete study course on the role of ethics in engineering in their historical, philosophical and professional contexts. The course examines the impact of ethical theories and their application to issues encountered in the engineering profession, such as employee rights, whistle blowing, safety, risk and liability, professional responsibility to consumers and employers, conflicts of interest, codes of ethics, legal obligations, environmental and social responsibility. Through the use of real and hypothetical case studies, the course focuses on developing analysis techniques and applying them to ethical problems through independent critical thinking and moral sensitivity

General Elective Requirements

EENG504

Biomechanics

3crs

 

 

This course provides first an introduction of a constitutive equation, stress-strain relationships, shear rate, viscous and nonviscous fluids, elasticity, linear and nonlinear viscoelasticity, etc. Certain rheological models are derived. The rheometers used to determine the rheological properties of blood are described. The biofluid mechanics in the cardiovascular system are also treated, including the biomechanics of vessels and heart. Finally, the mechanical properties of muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones are studied.

EENG554

Biomaterials and Artificial Organs

3crs

 

 

The course is focused on biomaterials and artificial organs. Indeed, the replacement or augmentation of failing human organs with artificial devices and systems has been an important element in health care for several decades. Significant advances in the biomedical technologies have continuously occurred during the previous 50 years, saving numerous lives with cutting edge technologies. The basic physiology of each system is reviewed with emphasis on identifying the bioengineering design requirements for appropriate biomaterials and organ replacement systems. This course brings together fundamental engineering and life science principles to provide a focused coverage of various classes of biomaterials, prostheses and artificial organs. It emphasizes on the properties original organ to be substituted as well as on the evaluation of the substitute. Commercially available systems are analyzed from the point of view similarity to the host, biomechanics, and size and efficiency of the device. Student will be required to design an artificial organ consistent with the above mentioned considerations.

EENG564

Robotics and Telemedicine

3crs

 

 

This course introduces telemedicine technology, a very broad scope defined as the use of telecommunications to allow caregivers to interact with patients and/or other caregivers operating at remote locations. We first define and then discuss emerging efforts at utilizing telemedicine in ways that may be pertinent to medical and surgical practices. Economics of telemedicine practice are examined, followed by some futuristic thoughts about telemedicine in different medicine fields (Radiology, Emergency, Surgery….).        

The course emphasizes on current uses and application of telecommunications approaches for medical diagnosis and patient care. Thus it focuses on the status of the technology, where information and telecommunication technology has developed effective and efficient tools for delivering health services to widely dispersed populations, and has allowed for the provision of medical services to sites that are physically separated from the provider.

The course examines the capabilities of this technology extension to the reach of medical facilities and resources, promoting efficiency, productivity, improved quality of care, better communication between providers, increased beneficiary access to specialists, reduced transportation expenses, and increased cost efficiency. The course deals with Telemedicine’s three areas: decision-making aids, remote sensing, and collaborative arrangements for real-time management of patients at a distance using a wireless mobile robotic technology.

Major Requirements Courses

Course Code

Name

Credits

Prerequisite(s)

Co-requisite(s)

EENG514

Computer Simulations and Modeling for Medicine

3crs

 

 

This course will present a comprehensive account of the application of modeling methodology to the investigation of biological systems. The emphasis will be on an organized overview of the tools and techniques rather than the detailed mathematical structures upon which they may rely. Neural networks and Fuzzy logic operations in modeling are also treated. The course will draw examples widely from the current literature in an attempt to not only show the topical relevance of the subject matter but also to equip participants with an understanding of the diversity of domains to which the techniques and methodologies apply.

EENG 524

Medical Imaging II

3crs

 

 

This course covers image reconstruction for both X-ray computed tomography and for nuclear medicine applications. Magnetic resonance imaging and reconstruction and imaging techniques are presented in details. Introduction to infrared medical imaging techniques. Research topics in the medical imaging domain are treated and discussed in this course.

EENG534

Signal Processing for Medicine

3crs

 

EENG534L

This course covers the basic concepts such as noise, ensemble averaging, spectral analysis: classical methods, digital filters, spectral analysis: modern techniques, time–frequency methods, the wavelet transform, advanced signal processing techniques.

EENG534L

Signal Processing for Medicine Lab

1cr

 

EENG534

 

EENG574

Medical Instrumentation II

3crs

 

EENG574L

This course is a natural extension of the Medical Instrumentation I course offered in the third year of the BS program. It describes the physiological basis and engineering principles of various medical equipments. It also introduces the principles of operation and the performance parameters of a wide range of instruments including recording and monitoring instruments, measurement and analysis techniques, and therapeutic equipment.

EENG574L

Medical Instrumentation II lab

1cr

 

EENG574

 

EENG584

Advanced Signal Processing for Medicine

3crs

EENG534

 

This course is concerned with the fundamentals of advanced signal processing. Mainly, it concerns the analysis of signals by using different advanced techniques to process these signals, and the different techniques that can be used to decompose a signal into time-frequency or time-scale.

EENG614

Bionanotechnology

3crs

EENG554

 

Introduction to nanotechnology and overview of nanoscale materials, effect of length scale on properties, introduction to bionanotechnology, challenges and opportunities associated with biology on the nanoscale, bionanotechnology systems, preparation methods for molecular nanostructures, self assembly and templating, surface patterning and fictionalization, soft lithography contrast with conventional lithography.

EENG624

Biomedical Optics

3crs

 

 

The first part includes tissue optics (propagation of optical radiation in tissues, skin optics, blood optics, eye optics and optics of the hard tissues), optical sensing for diagnostics, monitoring and Raman-Spectroscopy. The second part covers laser-tissue interactions and laser treatment (laser safety, laser bio-stimulation, laser photodynamic therapy - PDT, laser applications in cosmetology, surgery, dentistry and other medical specialties).

EENG634

Image Processing for Medicine

3crs

EENG534

EENG634L

This course aims to enable the students to develop their own imaging solutions using Matlab and Mathematica and the Biomedical Digital Image Processing application package and to give the attendees a detailed comprehensive demonstration of Matlab and Mathematica’s relevant features and capabilities.

 

EENG634L

Image Processing for Medicine Lab

1cr

EENG534

EENG634

 

EENG664

Clinical Engineering

3crs

EENG564

 

Clinical engineering emerged as a discipline in the latter half of the twentieth century as increasing numbers of complex electronic and mechanical medical devices entered the healthcare environment for preventive, therapeutic, diagnostic and restorative applications. The purpose of this course is therefore to provide a central core of knowledge and essential information to biomedical engineer needs to practice the profession. The goals are to help the engineer to work within the complex environment of the modern hospital. The course emphasizes on the role of the engineers who are active in the healthcare sector that have great opportunities to contribute to long-term quality enhancement by developing new techniques or improving existing ones to ensure safe and effective patient care. The disciplines of clinical engineering include safety and efficacy of medical devices, healthcare technology management, quality management, professionalism and ethics, information systems, facilities, education and practice. Student will be required to develop projects consistent with the above mentioned considerations.

EENG674

Medical Laboratory Instrumentation

3crs

EENG574

EENG674L

This course is designed to fill the gap in the scientific communication between biomedical engineers and physicians, to give students an understanding of how scientists with medical or scientific degrees treat tests and clinical cases in both hospital and academic settings. There will be interactive discussions with research clinicians and scientists about the challenges in the medical and biomedical field, and how a biomedical engineer can interact with the doctor to deliver the best solutions for the patient.

EENG674L

Medical Laboratory Instrumentation Lab

1crs

 

EENG674

 

EENG694

Master Thesis Part I

3crs

EENG504, EENG514, EENG524, EENG534, EENG554, EENG564, EENG574, EENG584.

 

Students must select a project in one of these two areas:

1.   Application of instrumentation and measurement techniques to biomedical engineering projects involving measurement, replacement or augmentation of biomedical systems.

2.       Software projects employing engineering, mathematical, and computational principles; applications include sensory and motor processing.

Thesis Work related to current trends and developments in the field of biomedical engineering.

EENG694

Master Thesis Part II

3crs

Master Thesis

(Part I)

 

Students must select a project in one of these two areas:

1.   Application of instrumentation and measurement techniques to biomedical engineering projects involving measurement, replacement or augmentation of biomedical systems.

2.     Software projects employing engineering, mathematical, and computational principles; applications include sensory and motor processing.

Thesis Work related to current trends and developments in the field of biomedical engineering.

 

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