BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING LAB II

Section

Professor

Clark Hung

Survey Results

16 of 20 students responded

Instructor: Organization and Preparation3.88
Instructor: Classroom Delivery3.75
Instructor: Approachability3.69
Instructor: Overall Quality3.69
Course: Amount Learned3.63
Course: Appropriateness of Workload3.63
Course: Fairness of Grading Process3.75
Course: Quality of Text2.94
Course: Overall Quality3.56

Course Information

To be taken in successive autumn and spring terms in the junior year. These courses constitute the first two in a four-course sequence of biomedical engineering undergraduate laboratory courses required of all undergraduate degree candidates. The courses present laboratory experiments designed to acquaint students with methods of acquiring, treating, and reporting quantitative information that characterizes the state of living systems. Students will also learn basic tools for statistical analysis of experimental measurements: Normal distribution, test of significance, linear regression, correlation, and error analysis and propagation. Students from different tracks in the program work in the same laboratory group to develop team working skills and a broad knowledge of practice in the field. Some laboratory exercises will take place within the premises of the university's affiliated hospitals.

Department: Biomedical Engineering(CBME)

Subject: Biomedical Engineering(BMEN)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Undergrad

Course ID: 3820