Applied Science

APSC3953Basis of Biomedical Engineering3 ch

This course introduces the general aspects of Biomedical Engineering, which is the application of engineering principles to study biology, medicine, behaviour and health. A number of areas are covered by this broad topic, including anatomy, muscle physiology, biomedical instrumentation, biomechanics, and prosthetics. It will also introduce students to the idea of Biomedical Engineering as a career choice.  

Prerequisites: EE 1813, 80 ch in an engineering program, plus ENGG 1082 or CE 1023 or permission of the instructor.