Biyomühendislik Bölümü
Bölüm Başkan Mesajı

Sevgili Öğrenciler,

2016-2017 akademik yılında eğitim ve öğretime başlayan Biyomühendislik Bölümümüze hoşgeldiniz.

Biyomühendislik Bölümü, 2013 Mühendislik Fakültesi bünyesinde kurulan yeni bölümlerimizden biridir. Lisans (BSc) programımız, ingilizce olarak konusunda uzman, deneyimli eğitim kadromuzla öğretim ve eğitime başlamıştır.

Biyomühendislik Bilim dalındadaki gelişmeler sonucunda biyoteknoloji endüstrileri ortaya çıkmıştır. Bu amaçla biyomühendislik bölüm programımız, mühendislik dersleri ağırlıklı ve ilgili temel bilimlerden zengin bir içerik arz etmektedir.

Biyoteknolojinin büyük önem ve ülke hedefleri arasında yer aldığı yüzyılımızda en önemli meslek grupları arasında yer alan Biyomühendislik bölümümüz uluslararası seviyede eğitim vermeyi misyon olarak benimsemiştir.

Meslek hayatınızda geniş bir vizyon sağlayacak eğitiminizde başarılar dilerim.

Saygılarımla,

Prof. Dr. Ayşe GÜNAY KİBARER
Biyomühendislik Bölüm Başkan Vekili
aysegunay.kibarer@neu.edu.tr

Dersler
  • Basic Departmental Courses
  • Departmental Courses
  • Departmental Elective Courses
  • Non-Departmental Elective Courses
Course CodeCourse NameCreditECTSPrerequisiteClass HoursLABPracticalLearning Sessions
PSCRT
1. YEAR / 1. SEMESTERPHY101General Physics I46-3202111
MTH101Calculus I46-4002110
ENG101English I35-0000111
BIOE101Introduction to Bioengineering33-3002100
CHM104Chemistry For Biological Sciences45-3202200
ECC107Biology33-3002001
YİT101Turkish for Foreign Students I22-2000201
TUR 101Turkish Language I22-0002002
AİT 101Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution I22-2000201
AİT 103Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution I22-0002002
1. YEAR /2. SEMESTERPHY102General Physics II45PHY1013202210
MTH102Calculus II45MTH1014002110
ENG 102English II35ENG1010000111
MTH113Linear Algebra35MTH1013002010
CHM122Organic Chemistry45BME1043202200
YİT102Turkish for Foreign Students II22YIT 1012000201
TUR 102Turkish Language II22TUR 1010002002
AİT 102Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution II22AİT 1012000201
AİT 104Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution II22AİT 1030002002
2. YEAR /1. SEMESTERECC217Microbiology36ECC1073002100
BME102Biochemistry44BME1043100112
ENG 201Academic English Writing Techniques II33ENG1023000111
BIOE205Principles and Applications of Ecology36-3002001
NTENontechnical Elective35-3------
2. YEAR /2. SEMESTERBIOE202Polymer Technologies35CHM1223002010
BME250Biostatistics34MTH1013002100
BIOE200Internship I06-0000000
BIOE204Thermodynamics35-3002010
BIOE208Genetics35-3002010
NTENontechnical Elective35-3------
3. YEAR / 1. SEMESTERBME202Biomaterials35-3002001
BME301Biomedical Sensors46-3202110
ECC106Introduction to Programming46-3202110
BME320Biomechanics35-3002100
BIOE301Mass and Heat Transfer36-3002100
3. YEAR /2. SEMESTERBIOE302Bioenergy Resources35-3002100
BIOE304Nanotechnology35-3002100
BIOE306System Design on Bioengineering35-3002100
BME300Internship II06-0000000
BME340Modeling of Biological Systems35BME2503001110
BME321Artificial Organs34-3002001
4. YEAR / 1. SEMESTERBIOE400Graduation Project I310-3000111
BME401Instrumental Analysis46-3102110
TETechnical Elective35-300----
TETechnical Elective35-300----
TETechnical Elective35-300----
4. YEAR / 2. SEMESTERBIOE402Graduation Project II310-3000111
BME435Bioinformatics35BME2503001110
TETechnical Elective35-300----
TETechnical Elective35-300----
TETechnical Elective35-300----
Total143240

PS: Problem Solving C: Complementary R:Reformative T:Tutorial

Technical Elective Courses

Course CodeCourse NameCreditECTSPrerequisiteClass HoursLABPracticumLearning Sessions
PSCRT
BME432Fundamental Applications of Computed Tomography35-3002100
BME443Introduction to Tissue Engineering35-3002100
BME333Biomedical Computer Applications35-3002100
BME405Nuclear Medicine35-3002100
BME409Clinical Engineering
BME304Introduction to Nanotechnology35-3002100
BME437X-Ray Based Systems35-3002100
BME453Medical Ethics35-3002100
BME458Biomedical Equipment Design35-3002100
BME482Maintenance and Operation of Medical Devices35-3002100
BME431Cardiac Biomechanics and ECG Systems35-3002100
BME407Ultrasound Imaging35-3002100
ECC413Introduction to Artificial Intelligence35-3002100
ECC419Digital Image Processing35-3002100
ECC426Economics for Engineers36-3202111
ECC427Management for Engineers36-3202111

PS: Problem Solving C: Complementary R:Reformative T:Tutorial Restricted Non-Technical Elective Courses

Course CodeCourse NameCreditECTSPrerequisiteClass HoursLABPracticumLearning Sessions
PSCRT
MAN101Introduction to Management35-3001200
ECON101Introduction to Economics35-3001200
FRE101French I35-3000212
FRE102French II35-3000212
GER101German I35-3000212
GER102German II35-3200222
ARB101Arabic35-3200222
GRE101Greek35-3200222
RUS101Russian35-3200222
DBT301Debate Club35-3200222
PHIL101Introduction to Philosophy35-3200202
HIST103History of Civilization35-3200202
POL101Political Science I35-3200202
SOC101Sociology35-3200202

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YEAR 1
MTH101   Mathematics I (course type: required) (4 Credits)
Course objective: This course aims to give advances of Calculus to students.
Course Content: Limits and continuity. Derivatives. Rules of differentiation. Higher order derivatives. Chain rule. Related rates. Rolle’s and the mean value theorem. Critical Points. Asymptotes. Curve sketching. Integrals. Fundamental Theorem. Techniques of integration. Definite integrals. Application to geometry and science. Indeterminate forms. L’Hospital’s Rule.

CHM104  Chemistry For Biological Sciences (course type: required) (4 Credits)
Course objective: By the end of this course, students should understand the fundamental concept of atomic theory, chemical equations, thermochemistry and hands-on laboratory works.
Course content: A basic course with emphasizing the metric system. Introduction to atomic theory, stoichiometry. The structural and physical properties of matter. Periodic relationship among elements and periodic table. Gaseous state. Thermochemistry. Energy and enthalpy. Electronic structure of atoms. Electrochemistry. Chemical bonding.

PHY101  Physics I (course type: required) (4 Credits)
Course objective: Be able to know the basic laws of mechanics.To apply those laws for solving problems. To be able tous his/her knowledge in the fields of other sciences and/or engineering. Understanding how physics approach and solve problems in mechanics.
Course Content: A basic physics course which study mechanic phenomenas. Topics include the description of motion, forces, gravitation, work, and energy, momentum, rotational motion, and Static equilibrium. Laboratory work is an important component of the course.

BIOE101  Introduction to Bioengineering (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: The students will survey the field of bioengineering and the global impact of technology innovation in solving problems in biology and medicine with an emphasis on the quantitative and engineering tools and concepts.
Course Content: This course provides a broad perspective of Bioengineering as applied to topics in contemporary Biology, Physiology, and Medicine, including Biotechnology and Biomaterials.

ECC107 Biology (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: The course presents the basic principles and concepts of biology. The course will emphasize how concepts are actually designed and tested and how the alternatives are rejected.
Course Content: Principles of biology from the cellular to the ecosystem level, including biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, genetics, and evolution.  This course is designed for students planning to major in biology or a related discipline.  Includes laboratory experiences.

ENG101  English I (course type: required) (4 Credits)   
Course objective: ENG 101 is designed to improve the students’ presentation ability. Students are expected to do an oral presentation. At the end of the course they submitted their written projects.
Course Content: This course offers intermediate levels include wide range of grammatical structures and vocabulary of English in order to built onto the foundation established at the Preparatory School. This course aims to bring the students to a level that will enable them fulfill the requirements of main courses of their departments. Students will be encouraged to read a variety of texts as well as chapters from textbooks so that they can pursue their undergraduate studies at the university without major difficulty.

MTH102  Mathematics II (course type: required) (4 Credits)
Course objective: This course aims to give advances of Calculus to students.
Course Content: Plane and polar co-ordinates, area in polar co-ordinates, arc length of curves. Limit, continuity and differentiability of function of several variables, extreme values, method of Lagrange multipliers. Double integral, triple integral with applications. Line integrals, Green’s theorem. Sequences, infinite series, power series, Taylor’s series. Complex numbers.
Prerequisite: MTH101

PHY102  Physics II (course type: required) (4 Credits)  
Course objective: Be able to know the basic laws of electricity and magnetism. To apply those laws for solving problems. To be able to use his/her knowledge in the fields of other sciences and/or engineering. Understanding how physics approach and solve problems in electricity and magnetism.
Course Content: A basic physics course which study electric and magnetic phenomenas. Topics include electricity, magnetism, and direct current circuits. Laboratory work is an important component of the course.
Prerequisite: PHY101

AİT101 Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution I (course type: only for Turkish Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: The aim of this course is to give detail introduction about the Turkish Republic History for Turkish students.
Course Content: Beside discussing the definition of the term “ Revolution” by giving some examples such as French and Russian Revolutions, this course mainly focuses on  the  historical process that laid the basis of the foundation of Modern Turkey.In this context, after presenting a concise political history of the Ottoman Empire and its state mechanism, the political, social and economical developments between the Sultan Selim III Period (1789-1808) and the proclamation of Republic of Turkey by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in 1923, are examined.

AİT102  Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution II course type: only for Turkish Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: Besides the philosophical foundations of Ataturk’s principles historic events up to the establishment of the Republic of Turkey, the basic meaning and form of interpretation in the light of contemporary developments founded on the Turkish modernization are the focus of this course.
Course Content: The political, social, economical and cultural transformation in the Republic of Turkey; The six principles of Atatürk and Kemalizm; Turkish Foreign Policy during the Atatürk period.
Prerequisite: AİT101

AİT103  Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution I (course type: only for Foreign Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: The aim of this course is to give detail introduction about the Turkish Republic History for Turkish students.
Course Content: Beside discussing the definition of the term “ Revolution” by giving some examples such as French and Russian Revolutions, this course mainly focuses on  the  historical process that laid the basis of the foundation of Modern Turkey.In this context, after presenting a concise political history of the Ottoman Empire and its state mechanism, the political, social and economical developments between the Sultan Selim III Period (1789-1808) and the proclamation of Republic of Turkey by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in 1923, are examined.

AİT104   Principles of Atatürk and the History of Turkish Revolution II (course type: only for Foreign Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: Besides the philosophical foundations of Ataturk’s principles historic events up to the establishment of the Republic of Turkey, the basic meaning and form of interpretation in the light of contemporary developments founded on the Turkish modernization are the focus of this course.
Course Content: The political, social, economical and cultural transformation in the Republic of Turkey; The six principles of Atatürk and Kemalizm; Turkish Foreign Policy during the Atatürk period.
Prerequisite: AİT103

YİT101  Turkish for Foreigners I (course type: only for Foreign Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: The aim of this course is to introduce Turkish Language for Foreign Students of NEU.
Course Content: Basic rules of Turkish, phonetics (sounds, alphabet reading rules), vocabulary (Recognition of words as words, relations between words), sentence information (sentence organizations, general structure and sentence types), reading-writing (reading rules and writing techniques, spelling rules, comprehension of speech and writing language, spelling rules.), reading-comprehension (reading comprehension techniques, applications on texts), listening (listening comprehension, listening to the notes of the necessary comments by making notes, students practice on the appropriate texts to their own profession), speech (Learning the techniques of speaking, learning some specific emphasis, intonation. Applying on appropriate texts. A1 has been started according to the level of international language.

TUR 101 Turkish Language I (course type: only for Turkish Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: To teach the concepts of writing language and writing. Teach the formal writings and develop the plan with applications.
Course Content: Definition and importance of language; the relationship between language and culture; written language and its features, external structure and rules in written expression, spelling rules and punctuation marks; plan, theme, point of view, helpful ideas, paragraph writing; concept of composition, composition writing rules and plans; composition, composition, paragraph review, composition correction studies, general expression disorders, thinking and expressing thoughts; various types of writing (memo, clause, story, criticism, novel, etc.).

YİT102  Turkish for Foreigners II (course type: only for Foreign Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: The aim of this course is to improve Turkish Language for Foreign Students of NEU.
Course Content: Vocabulary of the Turkish (Recognition of words as words, relations between words), sentence information (sentence organizations, general structure and sentence types), reading-writing (reading rules and writing techniques, spelling rules, comprehension of speech and writing language, spelling rules.), reading (reading comprehension techniques, applications on the texts), listening (listening comprehension, listening to the necessary comments by taking note of the necessary comments on the students' own profession) applications, speaking (learning speech techniques, specific emphasis, learning shapes such as intonation, appropriate text Applications on the A1 level according to the international level.
Prerequisite: YİT101

TUR 102 Turkish Language I (course type: only for Turkish Students) (2 Credits)
Course objective: To improve written and oral expression. To develop scientific narrative and to gain the ability to produce scientific text.
Course Content: Written Expression, Method and Plan in Written Expression, Written Expression Practice, Scientific Texts (Article-Course Content Report-Criticism), Official Texts (Petition, Resume), Literary Genres, Essay, Column, Travel Writing, Biography, Story, Novel, Oral Literature, Oral Expression and Communication.
Prerequisite: TUR101

MTH113  Linear Algebra (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: This course aims to give details of Linear Algebra to students.

Course Content: System of linear equations: elementary row operations, echelon forms, Gaussian elimination method. Matrices: elementary matrices, invertible matrices. Determinants: adjoint and inverse matrices, Crammer’s rule. Vector spaces: linear independents, basis, dimension. Linear mapping. Inner product spaces: Gram-Schmit ortogonalization. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, diagonalization.
Prerequisite: MTH101

ENG102   English II (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: This course aims to bring the students to a level that will enable them to ful fill the requirement so the main courses of the departments. The ability to evaluate, analyze and synthesize information in written discourse will be highlighted. Documentation in writing will be introduced at the beginning of the course, in order to solidly establish the skill by the end. Students will learn the discourse patterns and structures to be used in different essay types that they need for real life, hands-on tasks like explaining process, organizing schedules, reporting or progress, or analyzing risk.
Prerequisite: ENG101

Course Content: This course will be a continuation of ENG 101, with greater emphasis on student autonomy, research skills and synthesizing ability. In Eng-102, the ability to evaluate, analyze and synthesize information in written discourse will be highlighted. Documentation in writing will be introduced at the beginning of the course, in order to solidly establish the skill by the end. Students will learn the discourse patterns and structures to be used in different essay types. Students will prepare essays: 1. An academic essay with proper documentation. 2. A project report to be prepared throughout the course, including a literature review (displaying analysis/synthesis skills, and documentation), a definition/elaboration of a problem (using definition, description, cause/effect and comparison/contrast patterns) and suggestions for solution (including personal views and argumentation). Local and regional topics, personalizing the research and viewpoints will be recommended to prevent plagiarism. Instructors will have to keep in close contact with the students to guide them throughout the process.
Prerequisite: ENG101

CHM122 Organic Chemistry (course type: required) (4 Credits)
Course objectives: This course is designed as a one-semester course for materials science and nanotechnology engineering, bioengineering, food engineering and molecular biology and genetics students. CHM 122 is a central link between physical and biological sciences and introduces a fundamental basis in nanotechnology, food processing, genetics and tissue engineering.
Course content: This course provides a broad perspective about carbon compounds, chemical bonds, molecular structure, intermolecular interactions, organic reactions and mechanisms, acids and bases, alkanes and cycloalkanes, conformational analysis, stereochemistry: chiral molecules, substitution and elimination reactions of alkyl halides, alkenes and alkynes (addition reactions), alcohols and ethers, aromatic compounds and reactions, aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids and amines.

YEAR 2

BIOE202 Polymer Technologies (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: After completing the course, the students should be able to learn the concepts of polymer physics and polymer technology, identify the hardness, temperature and frequency dependence and define the phenomena in terms of their molecular level properties.
Course Content: Definitions of polymers: Classification: Raw materials sources, structural, mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical and chemical properties of polymers, Weight average molecular weight and analysis techniques and process techniques. Methods to determine average molecular weight of the polymer. Polymer Fabrication technologies.

ECC217 Microbiology (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: Apply the fundamentals of the chemistry of life to microbial metabolism and physiology.
Course Content: Microbiology is the study of microorganisms, which are microscopic, unicellular, and cell-cluster organisms. This includes eukaryotes such as fungi and protists and prokaryotes. Viruses and prions, though not strictly classed as living organisms, are also studied.

BME102  Biochemistry (course type: required) (4 Credits)        
Course objective: This course is designed for engineering students. Students are also provided with overviews of the major physical and chemical techniques that engineers have used to explore life at the molecular level.
Course Content: Emphasis is placed on the realationship between molecular architecture and the functional properties of biomolecules, and the thermodynamic, unceasing, and self regulating nature of living processes.
Prerequisite: BME104

BIOE205 Principles and Applications of Ecology (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: Students are led to appreciate the importance of ecology in solving environmental problems.
Course Content: This course examines the relationship between organisms and their biotic and abiotic environments at three levels of biological hierarchy: individual organism, population, and community. Population characteristics, models of population dynamics, and the effect of ecological interactions on population regulation are discussed in detail. The structure and function of natural and man-made communities and the impact disturbances have on community structure are also examined.

BIOE204 Thermodynamics (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: The goal of the course is to provide the students with the fundamentals of thermodynamics and heat transfer.
Course Content: Thermodynamics is the branch of physics that deals with heat and temperature, and their relation to energy, work, radiation, and properties of matter. The First Law of Thermodynamics, Heat and Work are mainly discussed.

BIOE208   Genetics (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objective: This course discusses the genetic principles and applies them to the study of biological function at the level of molecules, cells and multicellular organisms in humans.
Course Content: Structure and function of genes, chromosomes and genomes, biodiversity resulting from recombination, mutation and selection, population genetics, use of genetic methods to analyze protein function, gene regulation and hereditary disease.
ENG201 Academic English Writing Technique II (course type: required) (3 Credits)

Course objectives: To reinforces and consolidates the language and 4 skills that students have learned from earlier courses, as well as developing their level of knowledge, communicative capacity, and ability to analyse and reflect on language.
Course Content: Course on upper -intermediate and advanced levels include interesting and up-to-date topics, encouraging students to recognize the importance of acquiring a foreign language in a modern context; prepare them to for their future professional life.
Prerequisite: ENG102

BME250   Biostaistics (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objectives: Researchers in health sciences commonly use several statistical methods (linear regression, ANOVA, logistic regression, survival analysis, non-parametric methods, etc.) to examine biological problems. Earn statistical skills to read scientific articles in your field, understand the statistical methods used, and interpret the results yourself. Learn to use computers and software for statistical analysis.

Course Content: Probability and counting, permutation and combination. Some probability laws, Axioms of probability. Random variables and discrete distributions. Continuous distributions. Joint distributions. Mathematical Expectation, Some Discrete Probability Distributions, Some Continuous Probability Distributions. Biomedical science problem applications
Prerequisite: MTH101

BIOE200   Internship I
An internship experience provides the student with an opportunity to explore career interests while applying knowledge and skills learned in the classroom in a work setting. The experience also helps students gain a clearer sense of what they still need to learn and provides an opportunity to build professional networks. It develops a greater understanding about career options while more clearly defining personal career goals;  experiencing  the activities and functions of business professionals;  refining oral and written communication skills and identifying areas for future knowledge and skill development.

YEAR 3

BME202  Biomaterials (course type: required) (4 Credits) 
Course objective: Understand the fundamental  principals  in  biomedical  engineering,  material  science  and chemistry, and how they contribute to biomaterial development and performance.
Course Content: Introduction to biomaterials, Biocompatibility, The structure of solids, Imperfections in crystals, super cooled and network solids, Composite material structure, Characterization of materials, Mechanical thermal properties, Phase diagrams, Strengthening by Heat Treatments, Surface properties and adhesion, Electrical, optical, X-Ray Absorption, Acoustic and ultrasonic characterization of materials, metallic implant, Ceramic implant, Polymeric implant and composite materials.

ECC106  Introduction to Computer Programming (course type: required) (4 Credits) 
Course objectives: The goal of this course is to help students know program language evolution and classification and basic computer architecture. Students will be able to solve basic numerical computation in binary, design and implement simple assembly language programs at the end of the course.
Course content: An introduction to fundamental concepts. Algorithms and flowcharts as tools of program design process. Basic program structure. Input/output statements. Control structures: Selection and repetition statements and arrays. Concept of modular programming: Procedures and Functions.

BME320  Biomechanics (course type: required) (3 Credits)      
Course objectives: Identify a specific bone, ligament or muscle according to the name, anatomical position or function. Remember the general characteristics, material properties, the appropriate constituent model and the adaptation potential for the examined tissues and organs. Describe the relationships between structure and function in tissues and the effects / effects of these relationships. Analyze the forces in the skeletal joint for various static and dynamic human activities.
Course Content: This course is an undergraduate level biomechanics course, which emphasizes as a basis for understanding biomechanics and their applications. The course focuses on a important role of biomechanics in diverse areas of growth, development, tissue remodelling and homeostasis.Topics include cellular biomechanics, hemodynamics, the circulatory system, the interstitium, ocular biomechanics, the respiratory system, muscles and movement and skeletal biomechanics. This course covers the fundamental concepts of biomechanics (biology, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, anatomy or physiology) behind the design of real biomedical problems with biomechanical concepts.

BME301  Biomedical Sensors (course type: required) (4 Credits) 
Course objectives: To introduce the student to different sensor applications in biomedical devices, to enable the student to critically evaluate the sensor and transducer options in order to understand the mechanisms governing the reception and processing of physiological signals recorded from a human subject both in vivo and in vitro.
Course Content: The basis of biosensor design, analysis and selection of physical, optical, electrical, mechanical, thermal transduction mechanisms. The properties of transducers, dynamic linearity, hysteresis and frequency range. Biological elements, immobilization of biological components. Medical, biological and chemical sensors and transducers based on electrochemistry, optics, and solid- state devices.

BME321   Artificial Organs (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objectives: The purpose of this course is to thought technologies that will maintain, improve or even restore the function of diseased organs. The growing need for these technologies is substantial. Improved health care has resulted in an increased life span for the general population and, when coupled with a growing shortage of donor organs, makes it clear that organ assistance and substitution devices will play a larger role in managing patients with end-stage disease by providing a bridge to recovery or transplantation.
Course Content: This course covers the design principles of artificial organs, the design and function of artificial heart, artificial heart valves and cardiovascular system components, orthopedic and dentistry treatment and rehabilitation devices, hemofiltration, extracorporeal circulatory systems and tissue engineering.

BME340   Modeling of Biological Systems (course type: required) (3 Credits)           
Course objectives: Formulate mathematical models that extend class examples to address biological questions. Examine linear algebra, differential equations and probabilistic techniques for solving them and analyze mathematical models presented. Interpret the mathematical results in the context of biological problems.
Course Content: This course introduces the current approaches for mathematical modelling and analysis of biological systems using both computer simulation and mathematical techniques. The course reviews the basics of modelling methodology, stochastic and deterministic models, numerical and analytical methods, and model validation. Examples throughout the course are drawn from population dynamics, biochemical networks, ecological models, neuronal modelling, and physiological systems.
Prerequisite: BME250

BIOE302  Bioenergy Resources (course type: required) (3 Credits)    
Course objectives: This course offers great insight into biorenewable biomass resources related to technologies and feedstocks.
Course Content: Dealing specifically with biofuels and bioenergy produced from renewable resources, it also provides production technologies and applications.

BIOE304  Nanotechnology  (course type: required) (3 Credits)
Course objectives: Nano structures and technology of materials are discuss in details. Solid state physics and chemical role on nanotechnology; Instruments used in the characterization and synthesis of nanomaterials are to be discussed.
Course Content: Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary course, contains biochemistry, electrical electronics engineering, and biomaterials.

BIOE306  System Design on Bioengineering (course type: required) (3 Credits)      
Course objectives: This course provides an introduction to the strategies behind the development of tissue substitutions and basic bioengineering design criteria.
Course Content: Engineering principles and life sciences focus on the development of biological substitutions that restore, maintain or improve tissue function.

BIOE300 Internship II
An internship experience provides the student with an opportunity to explore career interests while applying knowledge and skills learned in the classroom in a work setting. The experience also helps students gain a clearer sense of what they still need to learn and provides an opportunity to build professional networks. It develops a greater understanding about career options while more clearly defining personal career goals;  experiencing  the activities and functions of business professionals; refining oral and written communication skills and identifying areas for future knowledge and skill development.

YEAR 4
BME401   Instrumental Analysis (course type: required) (4 Credits)    
Course objectives: The objective of this course is to provide a fundamental understanding of various analysis tools and instruments in biomedical applications.
Course Content: This course is designed to give students practical experience using modern analytical instrumentation and to provide students with the background theory and principles of operation.

BIOE400   Graduation Project I (course type: required) (3 Credits)      
Course objectives: Preparatory studies of the literature and data collection for the graduation project in a particular area of concentration and under the supervision of one of the faculty members.
Course Content: The course covers directed readings in the literature of bioengineering, introduction to research methods, seminar discussions dealing with special engineering topics of current interest. Planning, design, construction and management of an engineering project are carried out and finally completed by writing a technical report. The main aim of this course is to prepare students for the practical tasks of the work place after graduation. This includes building his/her ability to perform a complete project.

BIOE402   Graduation Project II (course type: required) (3 Credits)     
Course objectives: Preparatory studies of the literature and data collection for the graduation project in a particular area of concentration and under the supervision of one of the faculty members.
Course Content: The course covers directed readings in the literature of bioengineering, introduction to research methods, seminar discussions dealing with special engineering topics of current interest. Planning, design, construction and management of an engineering project are carried out and finally completed by writing a technical report.The main aim of this course is to prepare students for the practical tasks of the work place after graduation. This includes building his/her ability to perform a complete project.

BME435   Bioinformatics (course type: required) (3 Credits) 
Course objectives: This course is a graduate level bioinformatics course, which emphasizes as a basis for understanding bioinformatics and their applications. The course focuses on a general introduction to the uses of biological databases in generating biological knowledge to better understand living systems, for the purposes of aiding healing of diseases.
Course Content: Topics include Genomic Era, the anatomy of genome, probabilistic models of genome sequences, biological databases, sequence alignment, gene and promoter prediction, molecular phylogenetics, post-genomic epidemic, structural bioinformatics and proteomics. This course covers the fundamental concepts molecular biology, database management systems, and probabilistic models.

ECC426 Economics for Engineers (course type:  elective) (3 Credits)
Course Objective: Discuss principles and economic analysis of decision  making.  Discuss  cost  concepts, make-versus-purchase  studies; Analyze principles of  money-time  relationships.  Work  on  cash  flow  analysis. Analyze application of money-time relations. Analyze supply and demand relations. Analyze price and demand   relations.Analyze   breakeven   point   analysis   and  effects  of   inflation on money-time relationships
Course Content: Principles   and   economic   analysis   of   engineering   decision   making.   Cost   concept.  Economic environment. Price and demand relations. Competition. Make-versus-purchase studies. Principles and applications  of  money-time  relations. Depreciation.  Many  and  banking. Price  changes  and  inflation. Business and company finance.

ECC427 Management for Engineers (course type:  elective) (3 Credits)
Course Objective: Discuss principles  of  management,  Discuss functions of  managers,  Discuss  organization and environment, Discuss  marketing,  production  and personnel  management,  Discuss  marketing  control, Discuss accounting and financial reports, Discuss budgeting and overall control.
Course Content: Principles of  management. Functions of managers.   Organisation   and   environment.   Marketing management.  Production  management. Personnel  management.  Managerial  control.  Accounting  and  financial reports. Budgeting and overall control.

ECC 413 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (course type:  elective) (3 Credits)
Course Objective: The main aim of this course is to equip you with the tools to overcome the new Artificial Intelligence problems that you may encounter in life.
Course Content: Problem solving methods, heuristic search, game-playing, knowledge acquisition, knowledge representation, logical inference, planning, reasoning under uncertainty, decision theory, expert systems and application, Prolog/LISP programming, learning, perception, and natural language understanding.

ECC 419 Digital Image Processing (course type:  elective) (3 Credits)
Course Objective: This course introduces digital image processing. It focuses on the theory and algorithms underlying a range of tasks including acquisition and formation, enhancement, segmentation, and representation.
Course Content: Overview of digital image processing including visual perception, image formation, spatial transformations, image enhancement, color image representation and processing, edge detection, image segmentation, and morphological image processing.

BME432 Fundamental Applications Of Computed Tomography (course type: elective) (3 Credits)
Course Objective: This course will improve your knowledge of the clinical, technological and  instrumental basis of Computed Tomography (CT).
Course Content: You will be introduced to topics including  history of computed tomography and continued developments CT scanning techniques, cross-sectional anatomy and pathology, data acquisition, basic principles of CT, data acquisition, image quality, image reconstruction and computed tomography angiography in coronary artery disease.

BME431 Cardiac Biomechanics and ECG Systems (course type: elective) (3 Credits)
Course Objective: The main aim of the course is to teach how to model blood flow and mechanical forces in the cardiovascular system. It clarifies the ability between the cardiology and biomedical engineering; using and developing the technology about diagnostic and treatment devices for cardiovascular diseases.  It also brings a detailed explanation for anatomy, physiology and electrophysiology of the heart.
Course Content: The course will examine how mechanical forces on cardiovascular tissue (blood vessels, heart) and cardiovascular cells (endothelial cells, platelets, red and white blood cells) and the effects of these forces will be discussed. The course provides  a thorough understanding on cardiac mechanics and  Electrocardiogram (ECG) systems.
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Misyon – Vizyon

Misyon

Lisans düzeyinde verdiği eğitim-öğretimle,

Materyal geliştirme, kütle ve ısı aktarımı, kinetik, biyomekanik, ayırma ve saflaştırma teknikleri, sinyal algılama ve işleme teknikleri, süreç kontrol ve modelleştirme teknikleri, biyoreaktör tasarımı, yüzey bilimi, akışkanlar mekaniği, termodinamik, polimer kimyası, protein kimyası, ve temel mühendisliğin temel ve uygulamalı birçok dalının yanısıra, genetik moleküler biyoloji, metabolizma, biyoelektrik, nörobiyoloji, immunoloji, farmakoloji gibi temel ve uygulamalı bilimlerideki araştırma ve bilgi birikimleri arasında köprü oluşturarak, günümüz toplumunun farklı boyut ve sektörlerdeki sorunlarına özgün çözümler üretmeyi amaçlamaktadır.

Vizyon

Uluslararası ve ulusal kalitede eğitim-öğretim, araştırma yapan, toplumun refahına katkıda bulunan etkin bir bölüm olmaktır.

Program Bilgi Paketi
Kazanılan Derece
Yeterlilik Düzeyi
Programa Kabul Şartları
Mezuniyet Koşulları ve Kurallar
Önceki Öğrenimlerin Tanınması ve Değerlendirilmesi
Programın Bilgileri
Program Kazanımları
Ders ve Program Kazanımları İlişkisi
Mezunlar İçin İş Olanakları
Lisansüstü Programlara Erişim
Programın Yapısı
Üniversite Genelinde Verilen Dersler
Ders Yapısı ve Krediler Tablosu
Ek Bilgiler
Sınav Yönergeleri, Değerlendirme ve Notlandırma
Mezuniyet Koşulları
Program Şekli
Değerlendirme Anketleri