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BS in Interdepartmental Engineering

Sample Sequences

Robotics

Digital electronics:

  • ECE 112: Logic Design
  • ECE 111: Electronic Circuits
  • ECE 204: Microprocessor Systems Design

Materials science:

  • ME 120: Engineering Mechanics I
  • ME 226: Introduction to Solid Mechanics
  • ME 280: Intro to Materials Science

Robot control*:

  • CSC 171: Introduction to Computer Science OR ECE 114: Introduction to C/C++ Programming
  • CSC 231: Robot Control 
  • CSC 232: Autonomous Mobile Robots

Artificial intelligence*:

  • CSC 172: Science of Data Structures
  • CSC 242: Artificial Intelligence
  • CSC 249: Machine Vision 

Biomolecular Engineering

Chemical engineering:

  • CHE 243: Fluid Dynamics
  • CHE 244: Heat and Mass Transfer
  • CHE 259: Transport Processes

Organic biochemistry**:

  • CHM 203: Organic Chemistry I
  • CHM 204: Organic Chemistry II
  • BIO 250: Biochemistry

Cell biology and biomaterials**:

  • BIO 190: Genetics and the Human Genome
  • BIO 210: Cell Biology
  • BME 245: Biomaterials

Nano-Biotechnology Engineering

Biological basis of immunology**:

  • BIO 110: Principles of Biology I
  • BIO 111: Principles of Biology II
  • BIO 201: Immunology

Applications of optical technology to nanometrological instrumentation:

  • OPT 241: Geometrical Optics
  • OPT 262: Electromagnetic Theory
  • OPT 254: Nanometrology Laboratory

Materials and mechanical science:

  • BME 101: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
  • BME 201: Biomechanics
  • BME 201P: MATLAB for Biomedical Engineering (one credit)
  • BME 245: Biomaterials

*MTH 150 would need to be one of the math/science courses

**Since these sequences include natural science courses, they would need to be supplemented with Hajim School courses such as, BME 101, BME 201, BME 260 and/or an independent study course(s)