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BIOE 400 - Bioengineering Senior Design

Last offered Fall 2024

Official Description

Students perform market research and explore entrepreneurship in bioengineering resulting in the design of a device or process; practice problem identification and analyze solutions for real-world problems from the perspective of value added for end-users; use principles of design, engineering analysis, and customer discovery. This course emphasizes effective teamwork and technical communication; integrates intellectual property, United States Food and Drug Administration Quality System Regulation and Design Controls, human-centered design, FDA regulation, professionalism, and ethics. Course Information: 4 undergraduate hours. No graduate credit. Prerequisite: BIOE 302, BIOE 303, BIOE 414, BIOE 415. Restricted to students in the Bioengineering Bachelor of Science program.

Related Faculty

Bioengineering Senior DesignSD78442PKG40800 - 0920 R  1306 Everitt Laboratory Holly McIlwee Golecki
Bioengineering Senior DesignSD78442PKG40800 - 0920 T  1306 Everitt Laboratory Holly McIlwee Golecki