Biomedical Engineering

By: Anusha Mittal

Biomedical engineers deal with building and creating devices used in the medical field. Biomedical engineers also deal with creating prosthetics and and the heart-lung machine. Most of the prosthetics created are used to help the military. They are normally found working in groups. They look at how our bodies move to help with surgeries and other experiments on the human body.

Best schools for this career:

  • Johns Hopkins University - 4.5
  • Georgia Institute of Technology - 4.4
  • University of California- San Diego - 4.4

Certification/ Degree:

  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
  • Pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam
  • Pass the Principles and practice of Engineering


  • Motor skills
  • Communication skills
  • Math skills
  • Listening skills
  • Analytic skills
  • Problem solving

Outlook and salary


$42,886- $86,960



Per week they work around 40 hours working.

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