ENGG*4180 Biomedical Engineering Design IV F,W (2-6) [1.00]
This is the capstone design course for the Biomedical Engineering program. Teams normally of 3-4 students apply engineering analysis and design principles to a biomedical engineering problem. A completely specified solution at the level of preliminary or final design is required, including assessment of socio-economic and environmental impact. This is a small group design that requires reports and a poster presentation to a professional standard. Ethics and legal case studies relevant to professional engineering practice are presented during the lectures. Only students currently registered in ENGG*4000 will be permitted to select this course.
Prerequisite(s): All 1000 and 2000 level core courses and ENGG*4000
Restriction(s): Registration in semester 8 (last semester) of the BENG program and in a maximum of 3.25 credits registration. Students must have a minimum cumulative average of 60% or higher in ALL ENGG courses. Restriction waiver requests are handled by the Director, School of Engineering, or designate.
Department(s): School of Engineering