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Cell and Tissue Engineering Track

Total Track Hours must equal 15 hours from the College of Engineering

Cell and Tissue Engineering describes the combined use of cells, materials, and biochemical factors to induce the growth of functional tissues for medical applications. In this track of study you will learn about how cells control and are controlled by the cellular microenvironment. You will be trained in cell selection and culture, scaffold and bioreactor designs, biosensors, and assessments of cellular and tissue responses. Application areas include tissue engineering for medical repair and replacement.

To view the Cell and Tissue Engineering Curriculum Map, click here.

To view the Course Catalog for course offerings and prerequisites, click here.

Students following this track take:

BIOE 306 Biofabrication Lab (3 hr)
BIOE 416 Biosensors (3 hr)
BIOE 424 Systems Bioengineering (3 hr)
BIOE 430 Intro to Synthetic Biology (3 hr)
BIOE 460 Gene Editing Lab (3 hr)
BIOE 461 Cellular Biomechanics (4 hr)
BIOE 487 Stem Cell Bioengineering (3 hr)
BIOE 498 JI Finite Element Methods in Biomedicine (3 hr)
BIOE 498 WD Preclinical Molecular Imaging (3 hr)
CHBE 471 Biochemical Engineering (3 hr)
CHBE 472 Techniques in Biomolecular Engineering (3 hr)
IE 330 Industrial Quality Control (3 hr)
MSE 404 Lab Studies in MatSE (1.5 hr)
(Registration restricted; contact the MatSE department – Biomaterials, polymer science/characterization lab options are approved for tracks)
MSE 470 Design and Use of Biomaterials (3 hr)
MSE 474 Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (3 hr)
ME 483 Mechanobiology (4 hr)
TMGT 461 TMD and TME Technology, Engineering, and Management Final Projects (4 hr)

The recommended free elective to prepare for this track is:

MCB 450 Biochemistry (3 hr)

Bioengineering

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