Doctor of Philosophy with Major in Mechanical Engineering: neuroengineering Concentration
Students in the Doctor of Philosophy with Major in Mechanical Engineering program have the option of pursuing a concentration in Neuroengineering Engineering.
Applicants should meet all the admission requirements for the Ph.D. with Major in Mechanical Engineering program.
Applicants should meet all the degree requirements for the Ph.D. with Major in Mechanical Engineering program. In addition, the following requirements should be met.
- Graduate coursework counted for the Ph.D. program must contain at least three graduate courses that include content on theoretical and/or applied neuroengineering. Graduate courses completed during the master's degree program may also be used to meet this requirement. The three courses required consist of the required course, EML 6317, Advanced Control Systems, and two additional graduate courses from the table below. Additional courses may be approved by the dissertation advisor.
- The student's Ph.D. dissertation research and scholarship must have a strong emphasis in one or more areas of neuroengineering, including but not limited to applied and/or theoretical areas.
|Advanced Control Systems||EML 6317||3|
|Elective Courses (Select two of the courses below)|
|Topics in Biomechanical Engineering||BME 5930||3|
|Tissue Engineering||BME 6334||3|
|Neural Engineering||BME 6390||3|
|Advanced Topics in Microfluidics and BioMEMS||BME 6585||3|
|Computational Modeling of Biological Neural Networks||BME 6718||3|