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PH-102 Applied Physics

Applied Physics is a science course designed for the students to have a broad understanding of physics and the ability to apply those principles in the work force. This course includes Motion, Oscillations, waves and propagation, Electric Charge and Coulomb Law, Electric Field, Electric Potential, Capacitors and Dielectric, Current and Resistance, AC and DC, Magnetic fields, Ampere Law and Faraday law, Maxwell equations and Traveling waves.

CE-112 Computer Programming

Computer programming course focuses on helping students develop an understanding of computer networks, operating systems, algorithms, database systems and web design. Students in computer programming course will become familiar with different programming languages.

BM-120 Basic Electrical Engineering

The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the basic theory and working phenomenon of basic electronic components, the knowledge of series and parallel circuits, the construction of basic electrical circuits and the demonstration of basic resistive and capacitive circuits.

BM-110 Basic Biology

The purpose of this course is to provide an elementary understanding of biological mechanisms of living organisms from engineering perspective. Students must be capable of understanding the basic unit of life, the functions of biomolecules and the role of genes expression in human body.

MA-100 Foundational Mathematics

The student must be capable of solving the basic mathematical equations like quadratic equation, matrices and trigonometric functions. Along with these he should be able of solve engineering problems using various techniques like integration and differentiation.

BM-130 Introduction to Biomedical

The Student must have the understanding of biomedical devices, its function and their applications in different fields of life.

HU-121 Communication Skills

A field-based course that focuses on instructional strategies and practices to develop the written, verbal, non-verbal, and technical communication skills of the middle-level learner.

MA-111 Calculus & Analytical Geometry

It begins with a review of algebra and trigonometry; then the idea of limits and continuity is introduced. With the knowledge of limits and continuity the student develops the concept of the derivative and its applications. At the end, the student studies the antiderivative of elementary functions and the applications of the definite integral in geometry, science, and engineering.

BM-111 Physiology I

Student will learn the fundamental concepts of life. Be able to recognize the physiological principle of cells and tissue, skeletal, muscular, and immune and nervous systems.

BM-121 Circuit Analysis

This course will focus on applying basic voltage and current laws in identification, and finding solution of basic problem of circuit analysis. It also involves the physical analysis of circuits through the use of network laws and theorems. Be able to describe the behavior of energy storing elements and their transient response analysis.

CE-115 Object Oriented Programming

This course introduces the concepts of object-oriented programming to students with a background in the procedural paradigm. The course begins with a brief review of control structures and data types with emphasis on structured data types and array processing. It then moves on to introduce the object-oriented programming paradigm, focusing on the definition and use of classes along with the fundamentals of object-oriented design.

BM-112 Human Anatomy

This course will focus on the understanding of the anatomical planes and positions, the principle structures of major human organs and systems and will describe and classify the basic anatomical structures associated with the circulatory/ cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, endocrine, digestive and lymphatic systems.

BM-100L Computer Aided Engineering Drawing

Emphasis in this course is on the basic knowledge of drawing skills and CAD designs by understanding the concept of basic drawing techniques.

MA-218 Complex Variables and Transforms

The course gives the students a sound knowledge of Fourier transforms along with Fourier integrals, partial differential equations, advanced vector analysis, complex variables and complex integrals.

BM-213 Physiology II

Student will acquire the knowledge about basic physiological principles of nervous, endocrine, reproductive and lymphatic systems.

BM-222 Digital Logic Design

This course covers the design and application of digital logic circuits, including combinational and sequential logic circuits. Different representations including truth table, logic gate, timing diagram, switch representation, and state diagram will be discussed.

BM-223 Basic Electronics

This course introduces students to the basic components of electronics: diodes, transistors, and op amps. It covers the basic operation and some common applications.

HU-114 Technical English

It covers the core language and skills that students need to communicate successfully in all technical and industrial specializations.

BM-224 Biomedical Electronics

This course covers the design of electronic circuits for biomedical applications. It also covers basic operational amplifier circuits as well as the operation of semiconductor diodes, transistors, signal conditioning circuits and filters.

BM-240 Biochemistry

The main aim of this course is to ensure that the students acquire knowledge of biochemical and biophysical processes at molecular level. It also involves the description of the structure, classification and functions of protein and enzymes.

MA-108 Ordinary Differential Equations & Linear Algebra

This course includes, but is not limited to, the study of systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, vectors and vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and their applications.

BM-231 Biomedical Instrumentation I

The main objective of this course is to develop an understanding of the measurement principles of medical instrumentation, including biomedical sensors, bio-potential amplifiers, bioelectrical signals (ECG, EEG), measurement of respiratory function, cardiac variables, blood pressure, blood flow as well as medical devices.

BM-201 Signals & Systems

The main objective of this course is to understand the types of signals and transforms techniques. Students must be capable of applying Laplace and Fourier transforms to find the systems stability and frequency response.

BM-332 Biomechanics

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the basic knowledge of moving system mechanics with an overview of anatomical terminology. Students must be able to describe and imitate gross human movements using various biomechanical tools.

BM-302 Modeling & Simulation

The course will introduce the basic concepts of Mathematical, Electrical and Fluidic Models. Students will use MATLAB to explore a range of programming and modeling concepts in order to analyze the research problems by simulating the physiological models.

MA-208 Engineering Probability & Statistics

This course covers quantitative analysis of uncertainty and risk for engineering applications. Fundamentals of probability, random processes, statistics, and decision analysis are covered, along with random variables and vectors, uncertainty propagation, conditional distributions, and second-moment analysis.

BM-341 Biomaterials

The primary objective of this course is to teach the chemistry and engineering skills needed to solve challenges in the biomaterials and tissue engineering area. Students will be able to identify the classes of biomaterials and discuss the properties of biomaterials for various biomedical applications.

BM- 303 Biomedical Signal Processing

This course presents the relationships among different theoretical measures of biomedical signals and an understanding of the information these measures provide regarding the sources of signals and the behaviors of their sources in response to natural or imposed perturbations.

BM-333 Biomedical Instrumentation II

In this course student will learn the principle and working of biomedical instruments like chemistry analyzer, spectroscopy, HPLC, hematology analyzer and electrophoresis machine. And will learn its maintenance and usage in the industry.

BM-334 Biomedical Control Systems

The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the basic principles of control engineering. Furthermore, students will learn the various techniques to find the control system stability to analyze the performance of control systems.

MA-200 Numerical Methods

It deals with the theory and application of numerical approximation techniques as well as their computer implementation. It covers computer arithmetic, solution of nonlinear equations, interpolation and approximation, numerical integration and differentiation, solution of differential equations, and matrix computation.

BM-305 Microprocessor & Interfacing

The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the features and operation of contemporary microcontroller and microprocessor. Students must be capable of developing an assembly program and show agility of the microprocessor/ microcontroller using interfacing.

HU-115 Pakistan Studies

This course aims to introduce students to the history of the region comprising Pakistan, provide an overview of contending perspectives on the origins of the country, and examine its politics, society and culture. The course, furthermore, looks at some contemporary developmental issues facing the country.

style="color: #1c3b79; font-weight: bold"> BM-401 Medical Imaging

The main purpose of this course is to understand the basic physical principles involved in all imaging techniques. Students should be able to understand the operation, construction and function of each imaging equipment.

HU-307 Technical Report Writing

Technical writing prepares students to design effective technical documents for both written and digital media, with particular emphasis upon technical memos, problem-solving and decision-making reports.

MT-303 Engineering Procurement and Contract Management

Aim of this course is to develop leadership skills in the engineering fied and to learn how to plan and deliver complex engineering projects.

HU-118 Islamic Studies

This course has been compiled to meet the needs of students studying Islamic studies as a compulsory subject. The purpose of this course is to build up the information about fundamentals of Islam and to understand its implementation.

HU-215 Ethics

This course is an introduction to the philosophical study of morality, including the theory of right and wrong behavior, the theory of value (goodness and badness), and the theory of virtue and vice.

MT-304 Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship

The course is aimed primarily at science and technology graduates who want to develop advanced skills and pursue a management career in engineering, manufacturing or commercial enterprise.

BM-496 Final Year Project – I
BM-497 Final Year Project – II
BM-498 Final Year Project - III