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Course Descriptions

Biomedical engineers use science, engineering, and mathematics to understand and solve medical problems. The biomedical engineering program at Rose‑Hulman produces engineers with the medical and biological expertise needed to solve health care problems during careers in technical and health-related industries, as well as in government or industrial laboratories.

BE 570 - Introduction to Tissue Engineering

  • Credit Hours: 4R-0L-4C
  • Term Available: -
  • Graduate Studies Eligible: Yes
  • Prerequisites: BIO 110 and BE 233 or CHE 315 or ME 328 and Junior, Senior, or Graduate standing or permission of instructor
  • Corequisites: None

This course provides a broad overview of the latest developments in the field of tissue engineering. Normal structure and function of tissues and organs such as bone, cartilage, nerve, skin, and liver are discussed. Methods of engineering these tissues, or encouraging healing or regeneration that would not otherwise occur, is the focus of the course. The course takes the format of a graduate seminar, with students taking an active role in presenting material to the class and leading discussions.

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