By: Sierra Noskowiak
- A Biomedical Engineer makes devices that help solve clinical problems.
- They can work in a laboratory or in the hospital.
- They are in the health care and research teams.
- The salary is $44,810 to $107,210
- The demand in the next 5 years is about 53%
- Build medical artificial organs
- Usally work 40 hours a week
- Most employers require a masters degree
- Some people travel frequently
- They work close with physicians and surgeons
What you need to succeed
- Close to home
- They have nice dorm rooms
- They offer a Batchelors degree along with a Masters degree
- The state tuition is $34,890
- Living in a busy city, so it will be hard to get around
- A smaller campus
University of Wisconsin-Madison
- They offer a lot of degrees Bachelor's, Master's, First professional, Doctorate
- They have a wide option of sports to chose from
- The in state tuition is $26,579, which isn't as bad as other school
- Only about 60% of applications are accepted, so it is very difficult to get in.
- The campus is in a large city
University of Illinois-Chicago
- They have a good size campus
- They offer degrees such as, Bachelors, Master's, First professional, and Doctorate degrees
- They have a health clinic on campus.
- Only 11% live on the campus.
- Their is only 2% of people who are out of state that go their.
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