Therapeutics Engineering Track

Total Track Hours must equal 15 hours from The Grainger College of Engineering

Therapeutics Engineering builds understanding of bodily responses to implantable materials and drug delivery devices. The focus is on biomaterial selection and synthesis as well as an in depth study of drug design, manufacturing, and delivery. You will be trained in nano-materials, material properties, transport phenomena, biochemical engineering, and metabolic engineering. Application areas include individualized therapeutics, biomimetics, and drug delivery systems.

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Students following this track select from:

ABE 446 Biological Nanoengineering (3 hr)
BIOE 306 Biofabrication Lab (3 hr)
BIOE 424 Systems Bioengineering (4 hr)
BIOE 430 Intro Synthetic Biology (3 hr)
BIOE 460 Gene Editing Lab (3 hr)
BIOE 477 Imaging and Therapeutic Probes (3 hr)
BIOE 479 Cancer Nanotechnology (3 hr)
BIOE 498 AL Immunoengineering (3 hr)
BIOE 498 LEC Technologies for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy (3 hr)
BIOE 498 NIE Surgical Technologies (3 hr)
BIOE 498 PJ Experimental Design in Automation (3 hr)
BIOE 498 TL Intro to Systems Bio (3 hr)
BIOE 498 WD Preclinical Molecular Imaging (3 hr)
CHBE 472 Techniques in Biomolecular Engineering (3 hr)
ECE 481 Nanotechnology (3 hr)
MSE 403 Synthesis of Materials (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 450 Polymer Science and Engr (3 hr)
MSE 457 Polymer Chemistry (3 hr)
MSE 470 Design and Use of Biomaterials (3 hr)
MSE 473 Biomolecular Materials Science (3 hr)
MSE 474 Biomaterials and Nanomedicine (3 hr)
MSE 480 Surfaces and Colloids (3 hr)
TMGT 461 TMD and TME Technology, Engineering, and Management Final Projects (4 hr)