Master of Engineering, Clinical Engineering

Biomechanics Engineering Plan of Study

The Biomedical Engineering Department offers a 30 credit Master of Engineering degree with a concentration in Biomechanics Engineering. Upon completion of the Biomechanics Engineering track, students will be able to lead in the design, development and manufacturing of biomedical technology, devices, and systems. The Biomechanics track is well suited to those with an undergraduate degree in either Biomedical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.

Curriculum & Program Outline

All students apply and are admitted to the UConn Graduate School.  Students are expected to complete a 30 credit (10 courses) Master of Engineering program.  The program takes approximately 3 years to complete. These courses provide students with the necessary depth of study (beyond the undergraduate level) for a thorough understanding of modern engineering techniques and technologies. 

All courses are offered via online delivery.

MENG Core Courses (12 credits)

  1. ENGR 5311 – Professional Communication & Information Management
  2. ENGR 5312 – Engineering Project Planning & Management
  3. ENGR 5314 – Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  4. ENGR 5315 – MENG Capstone Projects

Biomechanics Engineering Concentration courses (12 credits - choose 4 concentration courses)

  1. BME 5000 – Physiological Systems I
  2. BME 5100 – Physiological Modeling
  3. BME 5320 – Biosensors and Nanodevices for Biomedical Applications
  4. BME 5500 – Clinical Instrumentation Systems
  5. BME 5600 – Human Biomechanics
  6. BME 5630 – Multiphysics Finite Element Analysis 
  7. BME 5700 – Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
  8. BME 6810 – Machine Learning Methods for Biomedical Signal Analysis

Biomechanics Engineering Elective courses (6 credits - choose 2 courses from concentration or from the following electives)

  1. CE 5122 – Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  2. CE 5128 – Elastic Stability
  3. CE 5163 – Fracture Mechanics
  4. CE 5164 – Finite Element Methods in Applied Mechanics I
  5. CE 5166 – Finite Element Methods in Applied Mechanics II
  6. ME 5105 – Basic Concepts of Continuum Mechanics
  7. ME 5150 – Analytical and Applied Kinematics
  8. ME 5155 – Geometric Modeling
  9. ME 5180 – Dynamics
  10. ME 5190 – Advanced Solid Mechanics

 

Your Plan of Study is determined by your catalog year. Please use your Advisement Report or Academic Requirements Report in StudentAdmin to determine your catalog year.

 

Biomechanics Engineering Learning Outcomes

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Application Deadlines

Summer Semester: April 21st
Fall Semester: July 21st