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Biomechanical Systems and Devices
The Biomechanical Systems and Devices track investigates the application of technology to human biological systems. Areas of study include the mechanics of hard and soft tissues, human biomechanics, dynamics of human-machine interaction, and the design of assistive technology and medical devices. Students develop a foundation with core courses in thermal-fluid processes, mechanics and materials, or dynamic/robotic systems, and specialize in a particular area of study through the appropriate selection of elective courses.
In addition to the four core credit requirements, students in this track must also:
Choose any two from courses below:
Choose any two (for M.S. Thesis) or three (for M.S. Non-Thesis) from the track electives below:
In addition to the above requirements:
This program assumes an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering or a related discipline.
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