UCI BME 120 - BME_120_220_F17_Syllabus (8) (5 pages)

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Bme 120 - Sensory Motor Sys
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BME 120 220 Quantitative Physiology Sensory Motor Systems Fall 2017 Catalog Description A quantitative and systems approach to understanding physiological systems Systems covered include the nervous and musculoskeletal systems Design Units 2 Prerequisites BME 50B BME 60C Math 3A and Math 3D or equivalent coursework in cellular molecular biology computer aided design linear algebra and differential equations Instructor Beth Lopour beth lopour uci edu Office Hours TBD Teaching Assistants Hamsa Gowda hgowda uci edu and Jessica Hsieh hsiehj6 uci edu Office Hours Tues 10am noon EH 2111 Jessica TBD Hamsa Schedule Lecture Monday Wednesday Friday 3 00 3 50 PM in DBH 1100 Discussion Mon 7 8 20 Tues 7 8 20 Wed 5 30 6 50 7 8 20 Textbook Joseph J Feher Quantitative Human Physiology An Introduction 1st edition 2012 ISBN 9780123821638 This is available as an E Book through the UCI Libraries Click here and then on Connect to EBL Restricted to UCI Specifically this course covers sections 3 1 3 3 Neuron 3 4 3 7 Muscle 4 1 4 4 Neuron Motor Control 4 5 Hearing Motor Control and 4 7 Hearing Course Website EEE Canvas Course Overview This course is part of a two course sequence in which students will apply concepts from engineering and mathematical modeling to understand the functional anatomy and physiology of human organ systems Students will also learn to design at a conceptual level devices for restoring and enhancing human function This course covers the nervous and musculoskeletal systems the second course in the sequence BME 121 221 covers the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems ABET Course Objectives 1 Students can apply knowledge of science to problems in Biomedical Engineering 2 Students can access resources to solve open ended biomedical problems Attendance Attendance at lectures is recommended but not required Attendance will be taken at all discussion sessions and participation will be assessed through self and peer evaluation Refer to the PBL section for more details Grading Breakdown For both BME 120 and BME 220 the breakdown is the same 24 Midterm 32 Cumulative Final 16 Problem Based Learning Written report 16 Problem Based Learning Video or Research proposal 12 Open book quizzes 3 x 4 Grade Disputes Any errors in grading must be reported within one week of when the assignment was returned There is a double or nothing policy for regrades you will either receive full credit for the disputed question or you will receive no points at all Late Work Policy PBL deliverables are generally due at the end of each session except as indicated on the PBL information sheet No late PBL assignments will be accepted Makeup exams must be requested in advance with valid excuse and will consist of an oral exam at a time and place determined by the student and professor E mail Policy Both the instructor and TAs will aim to respond to e mails within 24 hours If you send an e mail the afternoon or evening before an assignment is due



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