Discover Solutions To Problems In Medicine And Biology
- work with scientists and chemists to research aspects of biomedical systems of humans or animals
- design products or systems that can replace body parts
- evaluate the safety of biomedical equipment
Becoming a Biomedical Engineer
In order to get into this profession, you must have a bachelor's degree in this type of engineering from a recognized program. Occupations like this are very hard to earn so starting early is a better chance of getting in.
$81,540 per year
They work in manufacturing, hospitals, universities, and other industries.
62% (faster than average)