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Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering curriculum

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Type of courses:
General studies ?
  • Mandatory
  • Electives
Professional studies?
  • Mandatory
  • Electives/Concentration
  • Internships and Final Evaluation Project (PEF)
Validations ?
  • Course with a prerequisite
  • Fixed course

Credits per semester: Minimum 6 - Maximum 42

FIRST
CB 1017 Research Methods
FM 1000 Differential Calculus
FM 1001 Physics I
SC 1100 Programming Fundamentals
CC 1000 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
CB 1200 Chemistry
SECOND
FM 1100 Interpreting Statistical Information
FM 1025 Integral Calculus
FM 1002 Physics II
FM 1003 Physics Laboratory
IN 1205 Computer-Aided Mechanical Drawing
CB 1080 Human Anatomy
CB 3021 Organic Chemistry
THIRD
Curso Electivo General IBI
FM 1040 Advanced Calculus
FM 1035 Differential Equations
FM 2200 Electricity and Magnetism
FM 1030 Linear Algebra
IN 1200 Statics
CB 1190 Biochemistry
FOURTH
ID 1500 Academic Writing
FM 1105 Probability and Statistics
IN 2600 Circuit Analysis I
IN 2200 Dynamics
IN 2310 Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
CC 1500 Data Analysis in Biomedical Engineering
CB 1085 Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Biology
FIFTH
HU 1010 Global Competencies
IN 2616 Electronic Circuits I
IN 2600 Circuit Analysis I
IN 2610 Circuit Analysis Laboratory
IN 2650 Signals and Linear Systems Analysis
IN 2241 Analysis and Design of Mechanisms
CB 1175 Physiological Processes I
SIXTH
HU 2025 Philosophical Anthropology
IN 2621 Electronic Circuits II
IN 2631 Digital Systems
IN 2640 Control Theory
IN 2205 Fundamentals of the Mechanics of Materials
CC 2003 Medical Instrumentation I
CB 1180 Physiological Processes II
SEVENTH
AD 1200 Leadership in Organizations
IN 2635 Digital Systems Laboratory
CC 1505 Modeling in Biomedical Engineering
IN 2825 Biomaterials
CC 3695 Clinical Instrumentation
CB 1185 Physiological Processes Laboratory
EIGHTH
HU 1015 Comparative International Contexts
Curso Electivo General IBI
IN 3600 Microprocessors
CC 3700 Biomechanics
CC 3505 Innovation and Design of Medical Devices
CC 2500 Clinical Engineering Fundamentals
NINTH
HU 1005 Social Thinking of the Church
CC 3705 Rehabilitation Engineering
CC 3013 Medical Instrumentation II
Curso Electivo Profesional IBI
IN 4800 Professional Internship Program in Biomedical Engineering
TENTH
Curso Electivo Profesional IBI
IN 4805 Final Evaluation Program in Biomedical Engineering

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