Created by: Antoine W.
Biomedical engineers combine engineering principles with medical and biological sciences to design and create equipment used in healthcare.
You have to have a Bachelor's degree to become a Biomedical Engineer. Also complete science and mathematics courses to prepare for an undergraduate degree.
Their are some benefits to becoming one, such as free medical insurance, vacation leave, sick leave, dental insurance, a retirement plan, vision and life insurance.
DeVry University,Johns Hopkins University,Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA, Goergia Institue of Tech