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  • Objectives
    The Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering program at Carleton uniquely combines the foundation of mechanical engineering and the exciting and rapidly growing discipline of Biomedical Engineering. This combination includes the chemistry, biology and biochemistry knowledge needed to contribute to biomechanical technology development and design and the engineering science and design disciplines of biofluids, biomaterials and biomechanics. This integration of topics within the program gives students the ability and opportunity to design and build new components and systems for biomechancial applications. Among other exciting applications are the design of prostheses, artificial organs, new drug delivery systems, medical devices for improved health care and monitoring, The possibilities are almost endless in this fast growing field and the chance to impact the lives of all around us immense.
  • Practical experience
    As a student in the Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering program, you have the opportunity to enrol in a co-operative education option. Our program is closely linked with the local hospitals, research institutions and industry.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering
  • Course description
    Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering
    Bachelor of Engineering
    (21.5 credits)

    First year

       1. 5.0 credits in CHEM 1000 [1.0], BIOL 1003, MATH 1004, MATH 1005, MATH 1104, PHYS 1004, ECOR 1010, ECOR 1101, ECOR 1606;

    Second year

       2. 4.5 credits in MATH 2004, MATH 3705, CCDP 2100, MAAE 2101, MAAE 2001, MAAE 2400, MAAE 2300, MAAE 2700, MAAE 2202;
       3. 0.5 credit from BIOL 2005, BIOC 2200, CHEM 2203;

    Third year

       4. 5.0 credits in ECOR 2606, STAT 3502, SYSC 3600, ELEC 3605, MAAE 3004, MAAE 3202 MAAE 3400, MECH 3002, MECH 3310, MECH 3710;
       5. 0.5 credit from BIOL 2005, BIOC 2200, CHEM 2203;

    Fourth year

       6. 3.5 credits in SYSC 4201, ECOR 3800, ECOR 4995, MAAE 4500, MECH 4406, MECH 4210, MECH 4013;
       7. 1.0 credit in MECH 4917 [1.0] ;
       8. 0.5 credit in MAAE, MECH or AERO at the 4000-level, SYSC 4202, SYSC 4203;
       9. 1.0 credit in Complementary Studies Electives.

    • MECH 3002 - Machine Design and Practice
    • MECH 3310 - Biofluid Mechanics
    • MECH 3700 - Principles of Manufacturing
    • MECH 3710 - Biomaterials
    • MECH 4003 - Mechanical Systems Design
    • MECH 4006 - Vehicle Engineering I
    • MECH 4007 - Vehicle Engineering II
    • MECH 4013 - Biomedical Device Design
    • MECH 4101 - Mechanics of Deformable Solids
    • MECH 4103 - Fatigue and Fracture Analysis
    • MECH 4104 - Vibration Analysis
    • MECH 4210 - Biomechanics
    • MECH 4305 - Fluid Machinery
    • MECH 4401 - Power Plant Analysis
    • MECH 4403 - Power Generation Systems
    • MECH 4406 - Heat Transfer
    • MECH 4407 - Heating & Air Conditioning
    • MECH 4408 - Thermofluids and Energy Systems Design
    • MECH 4501 - State Space Modeling & Control
    • MECH 4503 - An Introduction to Robotics
    • MECH 4604 - Finite Element Methods
    • MECH 4704 - Integrated Manufacturing - CIMS
    • MECH 4705 - CAD/CAM
    • MECH 4805 - Measurement and Data Systems
    • MECH 4806 - Mechatronics
    • MECH 4907 - Engineering Project
    • MECH 4917 - Biomechanical Engineering Project

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