University of Wisconsin Madison
Capstone Design Course in Biomedical Engineering (B M E 400) Syllabus
Course Learning Outcomes
    Course Learning Outcome
  • 1
    Apply the design process to solve an open-ended, client-based biomedical problem and produce a comprehensive physical prototype that is ready to be used and tested in the client’s environment.
  • 2
    Employ appropriate knowledge of biology, physiology, mathematics and experimental design in the project
  • 3
    Function as an effective member of a team
  • 4
    Maintain an engineering notebook
  • 5
    Make effective oral platform and poster presentations
  • 6
    Produce a comprehensive written report
  • 7
    Practice appropriate ethical behavior
  • 8
    Participate in developing documentation for the human subjects Institutional Review Board, if necessary.
  • 9
    Obtain certification for working with animals if necessary.
Details
Capstone Design Course in Biomedical Engineering
B M E 400 ( 3 Credits )
Description
This capstone course applies classroom study to solve a directed client-based biomedical engineering design project.
Prerequisite(s)
BME 301, 310, 315, 430, Sr st in biomed engr or cons inst
Department: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
College: College of Engineering
Instructor
Instructor Name
Instructor Campus Address
instructorEmail@emailaddress.edu
Contact Hours
2.0
Course Coordinator
WILLIS TOMPKINS
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Required / Elective / Selected Elective
Required
ABET Program Outcomes Associated with this Course
Program Specific Student Outcomes
(1) Understanding of biology and physiology as related to biomedical engineering needs.
(2) Ability to apply knowledge of advanced mathematics (including differential equations and statistics), sciences, and engineering to solve problems at the interface of engineering and biology and to model biological systems
(3) Ability to design and conduct experiments, including making measurements and interpreting experimental data from living systems and addressing the problems associated with the interaction between living systems and non-living materials and systems
Brief List of Topics to be Covered
In four-person teams, first-semester seniors complete the major capstone design project that they began planning and conducting pilot studies on in the second semester of their junior year.
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