Applicants with a bachelor's degree in biological, physical or mathematical sciences are required to complete the remedial course work listed below. Students interested in the Molecular and Computational Biomedical Engineering track should contact the Graduate Advisor because remedial course work needed will be based on the student's background. Admissions into the Graduate School will be deferred pending the satisfactory completion of remedial courses. Prospective students are encouraged to meet with the Graduate Advisor for more information.
Calculus I (MATH 1426)
Calculus II (MATH 2345)
Differential Equations (MATH 3318 or 3319)
General Chemistry I (CHEM 1441)
General Chemistry II (CHEM 1442)
General Physics I (PHYS 1443)
General Physics II (PHYS 1444)
Experimental Method and Measurements (MAE 2381 or equivalent from EE)
Engineering Analysis (MAE 3360 or equivalent from EE)
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