Solve problems related to biological and health systems.
Biomedical Engineers use engineering to design, develop, and evaluate biological and health systems or products. This may include specific products like artificial organs or prostheses, or broad systems like medical information or health care delivery systems.
|Wages||$51.71 per hour on average|
|Outlook||The outlook is Good|
|Education & Training||Bachelor's degree is needed for entry.|
|Related Programs (Current training programs available)|
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|Career Pathways||Biotechnology Research and Development|
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