|Course Number||Course Title and Catalog Description|
| ECE1750 ||Introduction to Bioengineering|
An introduction to the field of bioengineering, including the application of engineering principles and methods to problems in biology and medicine,the integration of engineering with biology, and the emerging industrial opportunities.
| ECE4781 ||Biomedical Instrumentation|
A study of medical instrumentation from a systems viewpoint. Pertinent physiological and electro-physiological concepts will be covered. Crosslisted with CHE and ME 4781.
| ECE4782 ||Biosystems Analysis|
Analytical methods for modeling biological systems, including white-noise protocols for characterizing nonlinear systems. Crosslisted with CHE and ME 4782.
| ECE4783 ||Introduction to Medical Image Processing|
A study of mathematical methods used in medical acquisition and processing. Concepts, algorithms, and methods associated with acquisition, processing, and display of two- and three-dimensional medical images are studied. Crosslisted with BMED 4783.
| ECE4784 ||Engineering Electrophysiology|
Basic concepts of electrophysiology from an engineering perspective. Functionality of relevant organs and systems; instrumentation tools which monitor electrophysiological function. Crosslisted with BMED 4784.
| ECE6200 ||Biomedical Applications of Microelectromechanical Systems|
MEMS processing technologies, design of fabrication process flows, and applications of the technologies to the development of biomedical micro instrumentation an detection methodologies.
| ECE6780 ||Medical Image Processing|
A study of methods for enhancing, analyzing, interpreting and visualizing information from two- and three-dimensional data obtained from a variety of medical imaging modalities. Cross-listed with CS and BMED 6780.
| ECE6786 ||Medical Imaging Systems|
A study of the principles and design of medical imaging systems such as X-ray, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and nuclear magnetic resonance. Cross-listed with BMED 6786.
| ECE6787 ||Quantitative Electrophysiology |
A quantitative presentation of electrophysiological systems in biological organisms, emphasizing the electrical properties and modeling of neural and cardiac cells and systems. Cross-listed with BMED and PHYS 6787.