College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
EDDP

Biomedical Engineering & Chemistry Curriculum

Butler Core Courses

Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

EN 102 Freshman Writing Seminar (3)
ID 103 Humanities Colloquium (3)
ID 201 Change and Tradition 1 (3)
ID 202 Change and Tradition 2 (3)

Humanities

Core Division 1 (3)
Core Division 2 (3)
Core Division 3 (3)
Spanish, French, German, Latin, Greek or Chinese (6)*
SH 102 Public Speaking (2)
PE 101 Lifetime Fitness (1) Pass/Fail
PE 102 Lifetime Fitness Activity (1) Pass/Fail

* Completion of six hours at the 200 level or above plus any needed prerequisites

Science Courses

Science and Math Foundation

CH 105 General Chemistry (5)*
CH 106 General Chemistry (5)*
CS 142 Intro to Computer Science and Programming (3)
DD 295 MATLAB (1)
MA 106 Calculus 1 (5)
MA 107 Calculus 2 (4)
MA 208 Calculus 3 (3)
MA 315 Linear Algebra (3)
MA 334 Differential Equations (3)
PH 201 Analytical Physics 1 (5)
PH 202 Analytical Physics 2 (5)

* CH 107 (Advance Placement Chemistry) may replace CH 105 and CH 106

Biomedical Engineering Courses

BME 222 - Biomeasurements - 4 credits
BME 241 - Biomechanics - 4 credits
BME 322 - Probability and Statistics form BME - 3 credits
BME 331 - Biosignals and Systems - 3 credits
BME 334 - Biomedical Computing - 3 credits
BME 352 - Tissue Behavior and Properties - 3 credits
BME 354 - Problems in Tissue Behavior - 1 credit
BME 381 - Implantable Materials and Biological Response - 1 credit
BME 402 - Senior Seminar - 1 credit
BME 404 - Ethics in BME - 1 credit
BME 411 - Quantitative Physiology - 3 credits
BME 461 - Transport Processes in BME - 3 credits
BME 491 - Biomedical Engineering Design 1 - 3 credits
BME 492 - Biomedical Engineering Design 2 - 3 credits
BME Elective - 3 credits
BME Elective - 3 credits
BME Elective - 3 credits

Chemistry

CH 105 General Chemistry (5)
CH 106 General Chemistry (5)
CH 351 Organic Chemistry 1 (5)
CH 352 Organic Chemistry 2 (5)

Chemistry Electives

* Students may place into CH107 (6 credits) eliminating the need to take CH105/CH106

In addition, enough courses from the following selections to reach at least 32 hours are required. A course from at least two divisions (Analytical, Physical, Inorganic, and Biochemistry) is required.

CH 321 Analytical Chemistry (5)
CH 332 Inorganic Chemistry 1 (4)
CH 422 Analytical Chemistry 2 (5)
CH 431 Inorganic Chemistry 2 (3)
CH 461 Biochemistry I (4)
CH 462 Biochemistry II (4)
CH 471 Physical Chemistry 1 (3)
CH 472 Physical Chemistry 2 (3)