Biomedical Engineers

Job Description

Biomedical engineers work in a relatively new area of health care, one that joins with engineering. They apply engineering principles to solve biological and medical problems. They might design machines like artificial organs, prostheses, instrumentation, medical information systems, and health management and care delivery systems.

Academic Requirements

Most biomedical engineering jobs require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in bioengineering or biomedical engineering. Biomedical engineers learn to analyze and interpret data from living organisms and use the principles of math and science to design biomedical systems.

Biomedical Engineers
$40-60
Thousand
Average
Salary
Low
Patient
Interaction
23%
Job
Growth
 
Low
Blood
Interaction
Bachelor's degree
Education
Required

Schools

Washington University

1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis, 63130

National American University – Weldon Spring

1030 Wolfrum Road
Weldon Spring, 63304
School results are based on career category, not specific degree field. For specific program and degree information, please visit the school page.