2023-2024 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
    
    May 25, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Course Catalog

Biomedical Engineering, BS/Engineering Management, MS


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Department Chair:

Dr. Young B. Moon, 263 Link Hall, ybmoon@syr.edu, 315-443-4366
Dr. Julie M. Hasenwinkel, 329 Link Hall, jmhasenw@syr.edu, 315-443-9410

Program Directors:

Dr. Jackie Anderson, 255 Link Hall, jsande03@syr.edu, 315-443-2341
Dr. Pun To Yung, 361 Link Hall, ptyung@syr.edu, 315-443-4848

Faculty:

Jeongmin Ahn, Benjamin Akih-Kumgeh, Jackie Anderson, Michelle Blum, Edward Bogucz, John Dannenhoffer, Alexander Deyhim, Bing Dong, Victor Duenas, Matthew Erdman, Zhenyu Gan, Kasey Laurent, Alan Levy, Xiyuan Liu, Aoyi Luo, Shalabh Maroo, Young Moon, Anupam Pandey, Quinn Qiao, Utpal Roy, Amit Sanyal, Mehmet Sarimurat, Roger Schmidt, Wanliang Shan, Ian Shapiro, Yiyang Sun, Yeqing Wang, Jianshun Zhang, Teng Zhang, Fernando Zigunov

Program Description:

This combined degree is for students who want to complete consecutively the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BSBEN) and the Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) degree. The combined degree is designed to be completed in 5 years. Two courses at the 500-level or higher with a grade of B or better may be counted towards both the Bachelor’s and the Master’s degrees. The student is expected to be certified for the Bachelor’s degree at the end of the fourth year and for the Master’s degree at the end of the fifth year.

Accreditation

The BSBEN program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

Admission


Students need to initiate the application process to the combined degree program during the first semester of their junior year of the BSBEN program at Syracuse University. Admission decisions will be based on the academic performance of applicants. Students need to use the established process for regular MS applications.

Program Requirements


Students must meet all the requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BSBEN) program (131 credits) and all the requirements of the Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) program (30 credits). Two courses at the 500-level or higher may be counted towards both the Bachelor’s and the Master’s degrees.

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