The Cancer Nanotechnology Concentration requires students to earn a B or better in each concentration course. Students must complete 12 credit hours, including at least one core Cancer course and one core Nanotechnology course. Participants may take a second core Cancer course and/or a second core Nanotechnology course as an elective. Fulfillment of these requirements will be monitored by the graduate coordinator in Bioengineering.
Grad Other Degree Requirements
|Courses taken toward this concentration will count toward the student's graduate degree.|
|Students must notify their department of their plan to pursue this concentration.|
|When choosing courses, students must work directly with their department to ensure that all degree requirements will be met.|
|Note that students who intend to complete both a Biomechanics Concentration and a Cancer Nanotechnology Concentration may only overlap one course between the two concentrations.|