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Biomedical Engineering w/ emphasis in Electrical

  1. Apr 12, 2009 #1
    At my school as Biomedical Engineering is an extremely new field, there's a lot of freedom in what you can take. I'm a freshman at the moment, but I have what classes I would like to take planned out. So far I'm going to be taking Introduction to Digital System Design, Introduction to Microcontrollers, Analog and Digital Electronics, Microprocessor and Microcontroller System Design, Advanced Bioelectricity, linear systems and circuits, signals and systems, and a robotics class. I am getting a math minor as well, and taking applied linear algebra, and theoretical neuroscience.

    I am really interested in Microcontrollers, they're awesome. Any EE majors see any gaping holes in my courses? Any math classes that are essential to electrical engineering?
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