03-206: Biomedical Engineering Laboratory
This laboratory course is designed to provide students with the ability to make measurements on and interpret data from living systems. The experimental modules reinforce concepts from 42-101 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering and expose students to four areas of biomedical engineering: bioimaging, biomaterials, biomechanics, and cellular and molecular biotechnology. Several cross-cutting modules are included as well. The course includes weekly lectures to complement the experimental component. Prerequisites: 42-101 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering and 03-121 Modern Biology. NOT FOR MCS STUDENTS. Pre-medical CIT students may substitute this course for 03-124 Modern Biology Laboratory. Students given preference are Sophomore Chemical Engineers and Materials Science & Engineering majors. Special permission required.