BME_TAMU_Freshman_2007

BME_TAMU_Freshman_2007 - Biomedical Engineering Department...

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Department of Biomedical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Fidel G. Fernandez, Ph.D. Senior Academic Advisor II [email protected] http://biomed.tamu.edu
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Department of Biomedical Engineering OUTLINE - What are Upper-level Requirements? - What are technical electives? - When do you take your technical electives? - CO-OP - Scholarships
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Department of Biomedical Engineering What are Upper-level Requirements? Grades of C or better in each of the following courses with a minimum 3.25 average in these courses and a 3.25 overall are required for entry into upper level. CHEM 107/117* (or 101/111)*ENGR 112 ENGR 111 ENGL 104 *CHEM 102/112 must be taken prior to graduation Reminder: Credit by Exam (CBE) is not calculated. Only Highest grade is calculated (this means you can retake courses). I’s are calculated as F’s until completed. CBK’ s
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Department of Biomedical Engineering Upper Level Requirements - Typical BMEN Student Schedule: - Freshman Fall Semester: - BMEN 101 - PHYS 218 - MATH 151 - ENGR 111 - ENGL 104 - Freshman Spring Semester: - PHYS 208 - MATH 152 - CHEM 107/117 - ENGR 112 - Sophomore Fall Semester: - Start taking upper level classes! (If GPR is 3.25+)
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Department of Biomedical Engineering GPR Calculation Grades from courses taken away from A&M will be used in the CBK GPR calculation, but will not affect the cumulative GPR Only grades from classes taken at If you take summer school, you must report your grades from the summer as soon as you have completed the course by email followed by bringing an official transcript in the early fall semester
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Department of Biomedical Engineering Upper Level Requirements In your spring semester, you will (most likely) still be completing your requirements for upper level. When you register for fall semester classes next spring, register for classes as if you were upper level. After you complete the spring semester, if you did not meet the GPR requirements, there are some options (discussed on next slides). I will send you a letter at the beginning of the summer telling you: that you made upper level, or the requirements you are still lacking You will have the summer to meet those missing requirements, or I will drop your upper level classes the week before classes start in the fall.
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Department of Biomedical Engineering Upper Level Requirements If after your freshman year you have completed the required courses for Upper Level but do not meet the overall ( cumulative ) GPR requirement, there are a few
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course BMEN 101 taught by Professor Fernandez during the Fall '09 term at Texas A&M.

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BME_TAMU_Freshman_2007 - Biomedical Engineering Department...

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