Bioengineering Program (3+2, B.S.-Biology/M.S.-Bioengineering)

BIO 101T1:Principles of Biology I3
BIO 101LPrinciples of Biology I: Lab1
BIO 102Principles of Biology II3
BIO 102LPrinciples of Biology II: Lab1
BIO 120Intro to Bioinformatics3
BIO 206Microbiology3
BIO 206LMicrobiology: Lab1
BIO 306Cell Biology3
BIO 307Essential Biochemistry (counts as CHM420 at UD)3
BIO 410Topics in Biology (Cellular & Molecular Techniques - counts as BIE 507 at UD)3
CHEM 101T1: Principles of Chemistry I3
CHEM 101LPrinciples of Chemistry I: Lab1
CHEM 102Principles of Chemistry II3
CHEM 102LPrinciples of Chemistry II:Lab1
CHEM 201Organic Chemistry I3
CHEM 201LOrganic Chemistry I: Lab1
CHEM 202Organic Chemistry II3
CHEM 202LOrganic Chemistry II: Lab1
Mathematics Minor
MATH 207Calculus I5
MATH 208Calculus II4
MATH 221Statistics3
MATH 307Calculus III4
MATH 410Elem Differential Equations3
PHYS 201Physics with Calculus I3
PHYS 101LPrinciples of Physics I: Lab1
PHYS 202Physics with Calculus II3
PHYS 102LPrinciples of Physics II: Lab1
Total Hours67
Bioengineering (Year 4 at University of Dayton)
EGR 202 Introduction to Thermodynamics3
BIE 501 Introduction to Bioengineering (graduate)3
BIE 505 Principles of Engineering for Bioengineers (graduate)3
BIE 561 Biomedical Engineering I (graduate)3
MTH 527 Biostatistics3
BIE Elective from emphasis area3
CME 582 Advanced Chemical Engineering Calculations II3
BIE 597 Research Methods3
BIO 390Biology Internship (During summer after year 3 at UD)3
_____ General Education Course Counting for Walsh3
_____ General Education Course Counting for Walsh3
Total for Summer, Fall and Spring of Year 433

*Math and Science requirements in major also fulfill core requirements; MATH 155 and MATH 156 are prerequisites for MATH 207.

Year 4 at the University of Dayton may start with courses in summer following the Walsh junior year.  The summer, fall and spring of year 4 will be at the University of Dayton.  Total credits at UD, including summer, fall and spring for year 4 will be 25 credit hours of engineering courses.

The first 3 years at Walsh will include the first page of this curriculum sheet as well as the majority of the general education curriculum.  It may require some summer courses to complete this major in the 3 + 2 window.  Check with your advisor for details.

At the end of the spring semester in year 4, the BS in Biology from Walsh will have been earned and  you will graduate from Walsh.  You will then need to apply to the UD Master's program (see advisor for details) to complete the 5th year at UD.  Once accepted into the UD Master's program, you will complete summer, fall and spring courses at UD (and thesis work if chosen) to finish an MS in Bioengineering from UD in the spring of year 5.

During year 4, the Walsh pre-engineering student will have both a Walsh and a UD advisor.  Special considerations will be made to work with athletes and honors students.

The exact courses involved in this program are subject to change between 2017-2020 as we optimize this new process.  All changes will benefit students enrolled.