Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

BME + MECH | TOTAL CREDITS: 137

With a biomedical engineering (BME) degree and a mechanical engineering (MECH) degree, students apply mechanical engineering principles to biological systems to analyze and design devices such as exercise equipment, prosthetic limbs, and exoskeletons that work outside the body to enhance functionality, or work to engineer technologies like orthopaedic implants or biocompatible materials that work inside the body to enhance or replace bone or soft tissues.

FIRST YEAR FALL

Credit: 1 (1-0-0)
Course Description: Overview of the field of biomedical engineering with an emphasis on the roles of mechanical, electrical, and chemical/biological engineering principles.
Prerequisite: None
Restriction: Must be an undergraduate student.
Registration Information: Credit not allowed for both BIOM 100 and BIOM 101.
Term Offered: Fall
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 4 (3-0-1)
Course Description:
Fundamental aspects of chemistry and chemical principles; emphasis on structure, bonding, and stoichiometry.
Prerequisite: MATH 118 or MATH 141 or MATH 155 or MATH 160 or 
MATH 161 or MATH 229 or MATH 261 and CHEM 105
Registration Information: CHEM 105 or an appropriate score in the chemistry preparation module. Must register for lecture and recitation. Credit allowed for only one of the following: CHEM 111, CHEM 107, or CHEM 117.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No
Additional Information: Biological and Physical Sciences 3A, Natural and Physical Sciences without lab (GT-SC2)

Credit: 1 (0-3-0)
Course Description: Laboratory applications of principles covered in CHEM 111.
Prerequisite: CHEM 111, may be taken concurrently or CHEM 117, may be taken concurrently
Registration Information: Credit not allowed for both CHEM 112 and CHEM 108.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes
Additional Information: Biological and Physical Sciences 3A, Natural and Physical Sciences w/ lab (GT-SC1). 

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Understanding and writing for rhetorical situations; critical reading and response; writing source-based argument for academic and public audiences.
Prerequisite: CO 130
Registration Information: Must have taken CO 130 or Composition Challenge Essay (score of 3, 4, or 5) or SAT Verbal/Critical reading score of minimum 570 or SAT Evidence Based Reading/Writing score of minimum 620 or ACT COMPOSITE score of minimum 26 or Directed Self-Placement Survey code of 15. Sections may be offered online.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No
Additional Information: Intermediate Writing 1A, Intermediate Writing (GT-CO2)

SECOND YEAR FALL

Credits: 2 (2-0-0)
Course Description: Application of engineering analysis to physiology and biomedical engineering topics.
Prerequisite: BIOM 100, may be taken concurrently and LIFE 102 and MATH 160
Restriction: Must be a: Undergraduate.
Registration Information: Credit not allowed for both BIOM 101 and BIOM 200.
Term Offered: Fall
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Forces using vector notation; static equilibrium of rigid bodies; friction, virtual work, centroids, and moments of inertia.
Prerequisite: (MATH 159 or MATH 160) and (PH 141)
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 4 (4-0-0)
Course Description: Vector functions, partial differentiation, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, multiple integrals, line integrals, Green’s theorem.
Prerequisite: MATH 161
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online. Credit not allowed for both MATH 255 and MATH 261.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Modes: S/U within Student Option, Trad within Student Option
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 2 (1-2-0)
Course Description: Engineering design methods used to portray three-dimensional objects and visually communicate design information with an emphasis on computer-aided design using parametric solid modeling and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
Prerequisite: MECH 105
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory. Offered as Mixed Face-to-Face
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 5 (3-2-1)
Course Description: Electricity and magnetism, circuits, light, optics (calculus based).
Prerequisite: (PH 141) and (MATH 161, may be taken concurrently or MATH 255, may be taken concurrently or MATH 271, may be taken concurrently).
Registration Information: Must register for lecture, lab, and recitation. Credit not allowed for both PH 142 and PH 122.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No
Additional Information: Biological & Physical Sciences 3A, Natural & Physical Sciences w/ lab (GT-SC1)

THIRD YEAR FALL

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Stresses and deformations in structural members and machine elements, combined stresses, stress transformation.
Prerequisite: CIVE 260
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Modes: S/U within Student Option, Trad within Student Option
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Structure and function of macromolecules focusing on proteins and lipid bilayers. Cellular composition, organelles and trafficking between them. Basic metabolism, cell signaling and proliferation control.
Prerequisite: CHEM 111 and CHEM 112 and LIFE 102
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 3 (2-2-0)
Course Description: Engineering design process with emphasis on teamwork, ideation, decision-making, project planning applied to a group design project.
Prerequisite: MECH 201 and MECH 200, may be taken concurrently
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory
Term Offered: Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

Credits: 4 (3-0-1)
Course Description: First and second laws, property relationships, characteristic functions, thermodynamics solver, various thermodynamics applications.
Prerequisite: MATH 261 and PH 141
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and recitation
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Engineering details of viscous flow with losses, measurements, compressibility, turbomachinery, convective heat transfer.
Prerequisite: MATH 340 and PH 141 and MECH 337, may be taken concurrently
Term Offered: Fall
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

FOURTH YEAR FALL

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Principles of biomechanics, biofluids, and biomaterials.
Prerequisite: BMS 300, may be taken concurrently and CIVE 360 and MECH 324, may be taken concurrently and MECH 331, may be taken concurrently and MECH 342
Term Offered: Fall
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Basic analog and digital circuits and systems; introduction to electromechanical devices.
Prerequisite: MATH 161 and PH 142
Term Offered: Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Design of mechanical components to avoid failure during operation. Stress analysis, failure theories, and specific mechanical components in design context.
Prerequisite: CIVE 360
Term Offered: Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 4 (3-2-0)
Course Description: Characteristics of metallic, plastic, and ceramic material; basic principles which relate properties of materials to their atomic and microstructure.
Prerequisite: CHEM 111 and CHEM 112 and MECH 231
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

6 cr – 3B Arts and Humanities: ____________AND______________
3 cr – 3C Social/Behavioral Science: _________________________
3 cr – 3D Historical Perspective: ____________________________
3 cr – 3E Global/Cultural Awareness: _________________________

FIFTH YEAR FALL

Credits: 4 (0-0-10)
Course Description:
Prerequisite: (BIOM 300) and (BIOM 421 and CBE 320 and CBE 442 or ECE 342 and BIOM 431 and ECE 311 and ECE 332 or BIOM 441 and MECH 301 or MECH 301A and MECH 301B, may be taken concurrently) and (MECH 307)
Registration Information: Senior standing. Enrollment in biomedical engineering major.
Term Offered: Fall
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

ACADEMIC ADVISORS

Robyn Jeep-Ernst

Prospective and Entering 1st Year Students

970-491-2557

Debra Misuraca

Second and Fourth Year Students | Last Names A-H
Fifth Year Students | Last Names A-L

970-491-2557

Brett Eppich Beal

Second and Fourth Year Students | Last Names I-Z
Fifth Year Students | Last Names M-Z

970-491-7077

FIRST YEAR SPRING

Credits: 4 (3-3-0)
Course Description: Levels of organization, stability, and change in living systems.
Prerequisite: None
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory. Strongly recommend high school chemistry or equivalent. Intended for students requiring additional courses in biology or areas related to biological science.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes
Additional Information: Biological & Physical Sciences 3A, Natural & Physical Sciences w/ lab (GT-SC1)

Credits: 4 (3-2-0)
Course Description: Transcendental functions, integration techniques, polar coordinates, sequences and series, with mathematical software.
Prerequisite: (MATH 124) and (MATH 159 or MATH 160)
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory
Sections may be offered: Online. 
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No
Additional Information: Quantitative Reasoning 1B, Mathematics (GT-MA1). 

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Programming and engineering problem solving techniques, algorithms and processes from physics and calculus first principles.
Prerequisite: MECH 103 and MATH 160 and PH 141, may be taken concurrently
Registration Information: Credit not allowed for both MECH 105 and MECH 102
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 5 (3-2-1)
C
ourse Description: Forces, energy, momentum, angular momentum, oscillations, waves, heat, thermodynamics (calculus based).
Prerequisite: MATH 126, may be taken concurrently and MATH 155, may be taken concurrently or MATH 155, may be taken concurrently or MATH 159, may be taken concurrently or MATH 160, may be taken concurrently
Registration Information: Must register for lecture, lab, and recitation. Credit not allowed for both PH 141 and PH 121.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No
Additional Information: Biological & Physical Sciences 3A, Natural & Physical Sciences w/ lab (GT-SC1).

SECOND YEAR SPRING

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Acid/base equilibria, kinetics, thermodynamics, solubility, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemistry, selected topics.
Prerequisite: (CHEM 107 or CHEM 111 or CHEM 117) and (MATH 124 or MATH 155, may be taken concurrently or MATH 160, may be taken concurrently or MATH 161, may be taken concurrently or MATH 229, may be taken concurrently or MATH 261, may be taken concurrently or MATH 141).
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies; concepts of work-energy and impulse-momentum; computer applications; vector notation.
Prerequisite: CIVE 260
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Modes: S/U within Student Option, Trad within Student Option
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 4 (3-2-0)
Course Description: First and second order equations, series, Laplace transforms, linear algebra, eigenvalues, first order systems of equations, numerical techniques.
Prerequisite: MATH 255 or MATH 261
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory. Credit not allowed for both MATH 340 and MATH 345.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Modes: S/U within Student Option, Trad within Student Option
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 3 (2-2-0)
Course Description: Engineering drawings, materials, manufacturing, and safety. Hand tools, cutting, drilling, the lathe, mill and numerical control.
Prerequisite: MECH 105
Registration Information: Mechanical engineering and engineering science majors only. Must register for lecture and laboratory.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

Credits: 3 (2-2-0)
Course Description: Measurement systems; experimental design; data acquisition and analysis techniques.
Prerequisite: (MECH 102 or MECH 105) and (PH 142).
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

THIRD YEAR SPRING

Credits: 4 (1-4-1)
Course Description: Group problem-based learning approach to problems spanning all core areas of biomedical engineering.
Prerequisite: (BIOM 101 or BIOM 200 or BIOM 100 and CBE 205 and MECH 262) and (MATH 340 or MATH 345)
Registration Information: Junior standing. Must register for lecture, lab, and recitation. 
Term Offered: Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

 

Credits: 4 (4-0-0)
Course Description: Physiology of humans.
Prerequisite: (BZ 101 or BZ 110 or LIFE 102) and (CHEM 103 or CHEM 107 or CHEM 111)
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online. 
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 4 (4-0-0)
Course Description: Nomenclature, structure, bonding, reactions, mechanisms, synthesis, stereochemistry of organic compounds.
Prerequisite: CHEM 107 or CHEM 113
Registration Information: Intended for students in science-related programs requiring one semester of organic chemistry. Credit allowed for only one of the following: CHEM 245CHEM 341, and CHEM 345. Sections may be offered: Online.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

Credits: 4 (3-2-0)
Course Description: Analysis and synthesis of moving machinery.
Prerequisite: CIVE 261 and MATH 340, may be taken concurrently
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory
Term Offered: Fall
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

FOURTH YEAR SPRING

MECH 301A: Engineering Design III: Finite Element Analysis
Credit:
1 (0-2-0)
Course Description: Application of computer-aided finite element analysis (FEA) tools for the simulation and prediction of robustness and performance of mechanical components and assemblies.
Prerequisite: CIVE 360 and MECH 202, may be taken concurrently and MECH 342
Registration Information: This is a partial semester course. Offered as Mixed Face-to-Face. Credit not allowed for both (MECH 301 and MECH 301A) or (MECH 301A and MECH 302).
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

MECH 301B: Engineering Design III: Computational Fluid Dynamics
Credit:
1 (0-2-0)
Course Description: Application of computer-aided computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools for the simulation and prediction of robustness and performance of mechanical components and assemblies.
Prerequisite: CIVE 360 and MECH 202, may be taken concurrently and MECH 301A, may be taken concurrently and MECH 342
Registration Information: This is a partial semester course. Offered as Mixed Face-to-Face. Credit not allowed for (MECH 301 and MECH 301B) or (MECH 301B and MECH 302).
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

Credits: 4 (3-3-0)
Course Description: Mechatronic and measurement system analysis and design; applied electronics; data acquisition; microcontroller interfacing and programming.
Prerequisite: CIVE 261 and ECE 204 and MATH 340 and MECH 231
Registration Information: Must register for lecture and laboratory. 
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

Credit: 1 (0-3-0)
Course Description: Experimental methods in heat transfer, fluid flow, and thermodynamics.
Prerequisite: MECH 337 and MECH 342 and MECH 344, may be taken concurrently
Registration Information: Biomedical Engineering with ME and Mechanical Engineering majors only. 
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: Yes

Credits: 3 (3-0-0)
Course Description: Transport and rate processes, conduction, convection, and radiation.
Prerequisite: MECH 342
Term Offered: Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

6 cr – 3B Arts and Humanities: ____________AND______________
3 cr – 3C Social/Behavioral Science: _________________________
3 cr – 3D Historical Perspective: ____________________________
3 cr – 3E Global/Cultural Awareness: _________________________

FIFTH YEAR SPRING

Credits: 4 (0-0-10)
Course Description:
Prerequisite: (BIOM 486A) and (CBE 451 or ECE 312 or MECH 325 and MECH 344 and MECH 402 or PH 353)
Registration Information: Senior standing. Enrollment in biomedical engineering major. 
Term Offered: Spring
Grade Mode: Traditional
Special Course Fee: No

 

6 cr – 3B Arts and Humanities: ____________AND______________
3 cr – 3C Social/Behavioral Science: _________________________
3 cr – 3D Historical Perspective: ____________________________
3 cr – 3E Global/Cultural Awareness: _________________________

6 cr – 3B Arts and Humanities: ____________AND______________
3 cr – 3C Social/Behavioral Science: _________________________
3 cr – 3D Historical Perspective: ____________________________
3 cr – 3E Global/Cultural Awareness: _________________________

TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

BME+MECH students must take six credits of Biomedical Engineering Technical Electives and six credits of Mechanical Engineering Technical Electives from the following lists. Classes otherwise required for the degree are not allowed for Technical Elective credit. Please check with individual departments regarding course availability. Course availability changes frequently. 

Cross-listed courses (BIOM/MECH) must be taken as BIOM courses to count for BME credit. A maximum total of three credits of BIOM 476 and/or BIOM 495 may be applied towards BME technical elective degree requirements. In the General Catalog, MECH Technical Electives for BME+MECH must have a MECH prefix.

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

BC 351: Principles of Biochemistry

BC 401: Comprehensive Biochemistry I

BC 403: Comprehensive Biochemistry II

BC 404: Comprehensive Biochemistry Laboratory

BC 411: Physical Biochemistry

BC 463: Molecular Genetics

BC 465: Molecular Regulation of Cell Function

BC 565: Molecular Regulation of Cell Function

BIOM 421: Transport Phenomena in Biomedical Engineering

BIOM 422: Kinetics of Biomolecular and Cellular Systems

BIOM 431/ECE 431: Biomedical Signal and Image Processing

BIOM 470/MECH 470: Biomedical Engineering

BIOM 476A: Biomedical Clinical Practicum I

BIOM 476B: Biomedical Clinical Practicum II

BIOM 495: Independent Study

BIOM 504/CBE 504: Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering

BIOM 518/ECE 518: Biophotonics

BIOM 522/CBE 522: Bioseparation Processes

BIOM 525/MECH 525: Cell and Tissue Engineering

BIOM 526/ECE 526: Biological Physics

BIOM 531/MECH 531: Materials Engineering

BIOM 533/CIVE 533: Biomolecular Tools for Engineers

BIOM 537/ECE 537: Biomedical Signal Processing

BIOM 543/CBE 543: Membranes for Biotechnology and Biomedicine

BIOM 570/MECH 570: Bioengineering

BIOM 573/MECH 573: Structure and Function of Biomaterials

BIOM 574/MECH 574: Bio-Inspired Surfaces

BIOM 576/MECH 576: Quantitative Systems Physiology

BIOM 578/MECH 578: Musculoskeletal Biosolid Mechanics

BMS 301: Human Gross Anatomy

BMS 302: Laboratory in Principles of Physiology

BMS 310: Anatomy for the Health Professions

BMS 325: Cellular Neurobiology

BMS 345: Functional Neuroanatomy

BMS 405: Nerve and Muscle-Toxins, Trauma and Disease

BMS 409: Human and Animal Reproductive Biology

BMS 420: Cardiopulmonary Physiology

BMS 430: Endocrinology

BMS 450: Pharmacology

BMS 500: Mammalian Physiology I

BMS 501: Mammalian Physiology II

BMS 503/NB 503: Developmental Neurobiology

BMS 505/NB 505: Neuronal Circuits, Systems and Behavior

BZ 311: Developmental Biology

BZ 350: Molecular and General Genetics

BZ 476/BZ 576: Genetics of Model Organisms

CBE 330: Process Simulation

CHEM 334: Quantitative Analysis Laboratory

CHEM 335: Introduction to Analytical Chemistry

CHEM 343: Modern Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 344: Modern Organic Chemistry Laboratory

CHEM 346: Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 433: Clinical Chemistry

CHEM 539A: Principles of NMR and MRI: Basic NMR Principles

CHEM 539B: Principles of NMR and MRI: NMR Diffusion Measurements-2D NMR and MRI

CHEM 539C: Principles of NMR and MRI: Advanced NMR and MRI Techniques

CM 501: Advanced Cell Biology

CM 502/NB 502: Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology

ECE 569/MECH 569: Micro-Electro-Mechanical Devices

ERHS 450: Introduction to Radiation Biology

ERHS 502: Fundamentals of Toxicology

ERHS 510/VS 510: Cancer Biology

ERHS 540: Principles of Ergonomics

FSHN 470: Integrative Nutrition and Metabolism

HES 307: Biomechanical Principles of Human Movement

HES 319: Neuromuscular Aspects of Human Movement

HES 403: Physiology of Exercise

HES 476: Exercise and Chronic Disease

MATH 455: Mathematics in Biology and Medicine

MECH 432: Engineering of Nanomaterials

MECH 543: Biofluid Mechanics

MIP 300: General Microbiology

MIP 302: General Microbiology Laboratory

MIP 342: Immunology

MIP 343: Immunology Laboratory

MIP 351: Medical Bacteriology

MIP 352: Medical Bacteriology Laboratory

MIP 420: Medical and Molecular Virology

MIP 436: Industrial Microbiology

MIP 443: Microbial Physiology

MIP 450: Microbial Genetics

MIP 576/BSPM 576: Bioinformatics

NB 500: Readings in Cellular Neurobiology

NB 501: Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology

MECHANCIAL ENGINEERING TECHNICAL ELECTIVES

MECH 303: Energy Engineering

MECH 402: Mechanical Engineering Experimental Analysis

MECH 407: Laser Applications in Mechanical Engineering

MECH 408: Applied Engineering Economy

MECH 411: Manufacturing Engineering

MECH 417: Control Systems

MECH 424: Advanced Dynamics

MECH 425: Mechanical Engineering Vibrations

MECH 431: Metals and Alloys

MECH 432: Engineering of Nanomaterials

MECH 437: Internal Combustion Engines

MECH 460: Aeronautics

MECH 463: Building Energy Systems

MECH 468: Space Propulsion and Power Engineering

MECH 470: Biomedical Engineering

 

Students with a 3.0 GPA or higher may choose from this list and must obtain written permission from the Associate Department Head.

MECH 486A: Engineering Design Practicum I

MECH 486B: Engineering Design Practicum II

MECH 498A: Engineering Research Practicum I

MECH 498B: Engineering Research Practicum II

OVERRIDES

To request overrides, include your CSU ID and verification that you meet prerequisites. If you do not meet prerequisites, request permission from the professor and indicate why you think you would be successful in the course. To request overrides for other courses, email the course professor or the department teaching the course. View school- and department-specific contacts:

Forward permission to Sara Mattern, School of Biomedical Engineering Graduate Advisor, to request override.

You should be able to register if you meet the prerequisites. Forward permission to Claire LaVelle, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Academic Advisor, to request an override.

You should be able to register if you meet the prerequisites. Forward permission to Courtney Johnsrud, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Academic Advisor, to request an override.

Request approval by contacting your School of Biomedical Engineering academic advisor, who will forward to your request to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering on your behalf. 

Request approval by contacting your School of Biomedical Engineering academic advisor, who will forward to your request to the Department of Mechanical Engineering on your behalf.