Homework Assignments


Introduction and Tuned Track








BME 271 ~ Biomedical Engineering Principles: Biomechanics of Movement



The goal of this portion of the course is to give you a chance to deepen your knowledge in an area of biomechanics that interests you. You will remember what you learn from writing the assigned paper long after the class is over. The final paper may also serve as a springboard for your future independent studies or research projects.


Instructor (top)

Jeff Reinbolt
Office hours: 11:15 AM - 12:05 PM MWF
Dougherty Engineering Building, Room 207


Teaching Assistant (top)

Lyndsay Bowers
Office hours: TBD
Perkins Hall, Room 311


Meeting Time and Place (top)

9:05 AM - 9:55 AM Mondays
Dougherty Engineering Building, Room 612


Required Textbook (top)



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Catalog Description(top)

271 Biomedical Engineering Principles (1) Application of engineering principles and methods to problem solving in the life sciences and medicine.
(RE) Prerequisite(s): Engineering Fundamentals 152.