I am currently a high school senior and I am planning on attending Ohio State, and majoring in biomedical engineering. I was wondering whether biomedical engineering has a good job prospect over the next 5 to 10 years. Also do most biomedical engineers complete graduate school prior to entering the job market?
Does anyone know if Ohio State's biomedical engineering program is prestigious, because it is a new major, yet I am unsure whether it is prestigious.
What's A job that i should get to give me some experience for a biomedical engineer. what kind of job would might even help me pay to go to school for a biomedical engineer. In other words, what's a job that's a stepping stone for a biomedical engineer?? any ideas?
P.S. please no rude or smart-alek answers
I am currently working an internship at a hospital nearby where I live. I've been working there for about 12 weeks. All I have been doing is really basic tech work. Like this sort of work I wouldn't need a bachelors degree for it. It would be ok for a starting job but I want something that is more of an "engineering" job.
So my question is. Are there biomedical engineering jobs or clinical engineering jobs that are just basic biomed tech jobs? If so what are some options that you can go into that are more challenging and are considered more of an "engineering" job?
I've been thinking about focusing on a Biomedical Engineering degree. What jobs are available if I take that path? And how much money can I expect from them as a starting pay & mid career pay.
Also, what US colleges offer a masters degree in biomedical engineering and what job oppurtunities is there? What is the avg salary of someone with this degree and is a masters the highest degree you can get in this field?
I really think Biomedical engineering is a perfect job for me cause i like the medical field and i like engineering. I was wondering if there is a lot of job opportunities for this career. I want to know how people with this degree is doing finding a job.
I want to hear from a biomedical engineer, or engineer period, whether Calculus is really used that often in a job situation.
I am currently a prenursing student looking for a degree in something else. I live in Michigan and I was wondering if someone could tell me how easy it is to find a job in biomedical engineering and what the average pay is? Who do you work for?
I'm thinking about possibly studying biomedical engineering in undergrad and I want to know what you can do with a degree like that. I know that you can either go to graduate school to get a masters or a PHD. Would job opportunities come after you get your undergrad degree or would you have to go to graduate school? And what kind of jobs would someone get with those degrees?
I am graduating with a B. E in Biomedical Engineering this summer and seeking full time employment. How is the job market in the US? What companies are hiring entry level BME? I have been applying since the past 3 months but no replies from employers. Please advice!
I go to college in a year and ive been so stressed about careers. I finally decided that biomedical engineering may be a good idea. Can u all share your experiences in college and in your job? Like tell me if the college classes were enjoyable, hard, etc? Do u enjoy your job? Thank you, this means a lot to me!
I'm going to Johns Hopkins University in the fall to study biomedical engineering. After doing more research, I found that most jobs for biomedical engineering are very low paying jobs. I may go on to medical school, but I want to have a fallback career that is relatively lucrative yet related to my field. I don't want to go for a masters or Ph.D in biomedical engineering, considering my career path is already quite long. Does anyone have any ideas of what majors could compliment biomedical engineering that would allow me to find a high(er) paying job? Thanks in advance for you time.
I`d like to study Biomedical Engineering but what abuot the job whit this carrer? is hard to find any job? because i`d like study genetic science or chemical engineering, but what do you think about ti?
What is a Biomedical Engineer?
How do I become a Biomedical Engineer?
What are my requirements as an Engineer?
Where does a Biomedical Engineer work?
Is there Flexibility in this field?
Is this a demanding career?
What does a Biomedical Engineer make?
Which 4-year degree will help me find a job in a more efficient and fast manner, biology or biomedical engineering? Which one pays more?
I intend to join the military after my major, and wish to major in either biomedical engineering or aerospace engineering. What is the job outlook of biomedical engineering?
I'm trying to become a biomedical engineer. I need to know how much they make, what i should study to become one, top biomedical engineering colleges, what kind of research they engage in, and anything else involving it. Thank you all
OK so I am a senior in high school and I have always been interested in biology and I recently became very interested in engineering. So, I am looking to pursue a career that combines both. My question is what are the fundamental differences between bioengineering and biomedical engineering? What kind of work will I be doing with degrees in those fields? Which offers better job stability? Better salary? etc, etc.
I want to become a biomedical engineer. I plan on going to cal poly in san luis obispo to get a degree in bio engineering and i need to decide what i need to do from there. And what is the pay like?