MEng Program

MEng in Biological Engineering

NOTE: It is required that the student, in consultation with the Advisory Committee, complete and file a Graduate Degree Program Form in the department not later than the end of the student's second registered semester. This signed form represents a contract between the student and the University program; if changes are required to the original contract, a revised form should be filed.

A) Requirements

  1. 5.0 credits in total
  2. No more than 1.0 credits from senior undergraduate engineering courses
  3. No more than 1.5 credits from outside engineering
  4. A minimum of 3.5 credits from engineering, including ENGG*6180 Final Project in Biological Engineering (1.0 credits)

B) At least 2.5 credits from:

  1. ENGG*6070 Medical Imaging
  2. ENGG*6090 Special Topics in Engineering (with advisor approval)
  3. ENGG*6130 Physical Properties of Biomaterials
  4. ENGG*6140 Optimization Techniques for Engineers
  5. ENGG*6150 Bio-Instrumentation
  6. ENGG*6160 Advanced Food Engineering
  7. ENGG*6190 Special Topics in Biological Engineering
  8. ENGG*6300 Research Methods in Bioengineering
  9. ENGG*6440 Advanced Biomechanical Design
  10. ENGG*6560 Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  11. Approved Senior Undergraduate Biological/Biomedical Engineering Courses

C) Approved Senior Undergraduate and Graduate Courses from the following Departments and Programs:​

  • Animal and Poultry Science
  • Bioinformatics
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Biophysics
  • Clinical Studies
  • Food Safety and Quality Assurance
  • Food Science
  • Human Health and Nutritional Sciences
  • Integrative Biology
  • Public Health
  • Toxicology
  • Clinical Studies
  • Food Safety and Quality Assurance
  • Food Science
  • Human Health and Nutritional Sciences
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • Neuroscience
  • Pathobiology
  • Plant Agriculture
  • Population Medicine
  • Veterinary Science