Biomedical Engineering - Biomedical Engineering 1. An...

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Biomedical Engineering 1. An interview is required for admission into the biomedical engineering program at purdue a. True b. False 2. At what point in college (which year) do biomedical engineering students usually take ME 200? a. Freshman b. Sophomore c. Junior d. Senior 3. Biomedical engineers can work: a. As pharmacists b. In pharmaceutical companies c. As doctors d. At construction sites 4. How many total electives must a biomedical engineering major take? a. 6 b. 8 c. 10 d. 12 5. What type of coursework is required to obtain a degree in biomedical engineering? a. Numerous physics classes b. organic chemistry, biochemistry, biomaterials c. Classes in art 6. A special test is required for admission into Biomedical Engineering. a. True b. False 7. Which of the following would be designed by a biomedical engineer? a. A building b. A computer c. A pacemaker d. A household appliance 8. What is the total amount of credit hours required for graduation in BME? a. 120 b. 125 c. 130 d. 135 9. Currently, how many students are accepted into the program per year? a. 72 b. 80 c. 86 d. 92 10. What month during your freshman year should your application for BME be submitted?
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December b. January c. February d. March 1. With a career in CEM, one can expect to work only outdoors. a. True b. False 2. How many internships must a CEM major complete during his/her college career? a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four 3. How long is each CEM internship? a. 6 weeks b. 8 weeks c. 10 weeks d. 12 weeks 4. What is the job placement rate for CEM? a. 100% b. 95% c. 90% d. 85% 5. Give at least 2 responsibilities of a construction engineer. a. Planning and overseeing the construction operations of a project, checking and modifying plans and specifications for constructability, efficiency, and safety, developing cost estimates and preparing bids, managing subcontractor firms, working with the owner to ensure that the project meets requirements 6. How many total electives must a CEM major take? a. 7 b. 9 c. 11 d. 13 7. A construction engineer would most likely not work: a. In a lab b. In a construction firm c. At a construction site 8. Construction engineers don’t have a lot of variety in the kinds of jobs they get to do. a.
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