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Thesis Courses (24 credits)

BMDE 695 (12) Thesis Submission

12 credits selected from the following courses:

BMDE 690 (3) Thesis Research 1
BMDE 691 (3) Thesis Research 2
BMDE 692 (3) Thesis Research 3
BMDE 693 (6) Thesis Research 4
BMDE 694 (6) Thesis Research 5

Complementary Courses (21 credits)

12 credits of courses which have both biomedical content and content from the physical sciences, engineering, or computer science selected from the following:

BIOT 505 (3) Selected Topics in Biotechnology
BMDE 500D1 (1.5) Seminars in Biomedical Engineering
BMDE 500D2 (1.5) Seminars in Biomedical Engineering
BMDE 501 (3) Selected Topics in Biomedical Engineering
BMDE 502 (3) BME Modelling and Identification
BMDE 503 (3) Biomedical Instrumentation
BMDE 504 (3) Biomaterials and Bioperformance
BMDE 505 (3) Cell and Tissue Engineering
BMDE 506 (3) Molecular Biology Techniques
BMDE 508 (3) Introduction to Micro and Nano-Bioengineering
BMDE 519 (3) Biomedical Signals and Systems
BMDE 650 (3) Advanced Medical Imaging
BMDE 651 (3) Orthopaedic Engineering
BMDE 652 (3) Bioinformatics: Proteomics
COMP 526 (3) Probabilistic Reasoning and AI
COMP 558 (3) Fundamentals of Computer Vision
COMP 646 (4) Computational Perception
COMP 761 (4) Advanced Topics Theory 2
ECSE 523 (3) Speech Communications
ECSE 526 (3) Artificial Intelligence
ECSE 529 (3) Computer and Biological Vision
ECSE 626 (4) Statistical Computer Vision
ECSE 681 (4) Colloquium in Electrical Engineering
EXMD 610 (3) Molecular Methods in Medical Research
MDPH 607 (3) Introduction to Medical Imaging
MDPH 611 (2) Medical Electronics
MDPH 612 (2) Computers in Medical Imaging
MECH 500 (3) Selected Topics in Mechanical Engineering
MECH 561 (3) Biomechanics of Musculoskeletal Systems
PHGY 517 (3) Artificial Internal Organs
PHGY 518 (3) Artificial Cells

or, with the approval of the student's Graduate Advisory Committee and the Graduate Program Chair, other graduate-level courses with content of interest to biomedical engineering students.

9 credits selected from the courses listed above, or with approval of the Graduate Chair and Supervisor.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2012-2013 (last updated Oct. 1, 2012) (disclaimer)