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BME 372

Biomechanics Laboratory

Be able to identify the experimental problem in engineering terms, and then state the problem in a hypothesis. Be able to apply the appropriate engineering tools and scientific knowledge to design and conduct an experiment to test the hypothesis. Be able to apply appropriate math/engineering analytical methods to present their data and to test the validity of their hypothesis. Be capable of drawing appropriate conclusions from their data analysis. Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Be able to apply appropriate statistical tools for describing experimental data and testing 
hypotheses. Be capable of making measurements on and interpret data from living systems. Be able to address problems associated with the interaction between living and non-living 
materials and systems.

Course Code
BME 372
Biomedical Engineering
Sumas University
300 Level, Undergraduate
Sumas University Lecturer
Second Semester
1 Units