Biomedical Engineering Option
|Course Title||Course Number||Semester Taken||Credits||Prerequisites|
|GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES|
|College Writing I||ENG111||3||ENG095 and ESL098 or RDG095 or placement|
|College Writing II||ENG112||3||ENG111|
|Individual/Society||From Area 2||3|
|World View||From Area 3||3|
|Quantitative Thought||Area 4 satisfied by program|
|Science and Technology||Area 5 satisfied by program|
|Humanities||From Area 6||3|
|Intro to Engineering /Lab||ENR101||4||MAT194; see note*|
|Biomedical Engineering/Lab||BME100||4||MAT281 and CHM201 co-req MAT282; see note*|
|Biomedical Engineering II||BME200||3||BME100 and MAT282; co-req MAT283; see note*|
|Biomedical Engineering III||BME250||3||BME200; co-req MAT285; see note*|
|Calculus I||MAT281||4||MAT196 or MAT197 or placement|
|Calculus II||MAT282||4||MAT281; see note*|
|Calculus III||MAT283||4||MAT282; see note*|
|Ordinary Differential Equations||MAT285||4||MAT282|
|College Physics I/Lab||PHY251||4||MAT281; see note*|
|College Physics II/Lab||PHY252||4||PHY251; pre/co-req MAT282; see note*|
|General Chemistry I/Lab||CHM201||4||MAT197 and ENG111; see note*|
|General Chemistry II/Lab||CHM202||4||CHM201; see note*|
|General Biology I/Lab||BIO195||4||ENG095 and MAT194 or placement; see note*|
|General Biology II/Lab||BIO196||4||BIO195; see note*|
*Note: All science, engineering, and math courses that are pre or co-requisites of other science and engineering courses require a grade of C+ or better.
The Associate of Science in Engineering Program is offered as part of a response to the long-term shortage of skilled workers in the engineering workforce, and is consistent with the mission of the College. It is designed to meet the needs of BHCC students and to address the workforce demands of Greater Boston. The curriculum is structured to mirror the freshman and sophomore years of a university engineering degree. Accordingly, the Science and Engineering Department is developing articulation agreements with area universities to enable BHCC engineering graduates to transfer as juniors upon completing the Associate of Science degree. The curriculum offers two options: a Biomedical Engineering Option and an Engineering Transfer Option.
This option brings engineering design and technology into the field of biology and medicine. The option prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions as Biomedical Engineering majors, or for direct employment in entry-level positions.
Graduates with an associate of science degree will be qualified for direct employment in entry-level research/lab assistant, design and manufacturing positions available in private industries, academic research institutions, and hospitals locally and nationwide.
Upon Completion of this Concentration Graduates will be able to:
- Design and conduct experiments.
- Analyze and interpret data.
- Apply computational tools and scientific concepts to biomedical engineering problems.
- Design systems, components, or processes for solving biomedical engineering problems.
- Function as part of a biomedical engineering team.
- Articulate the professional and ethical responsibilities required of engineers.