Bionanotechnology what courses major B.S and M.S

<p>Hey I really wanna e a bionanotechnology engineer. Should I major in mechanical r electrical or what and then get my masters in BME??? Please help idk how to pursue this</p>

<p>What are you interested in exactly? I can think of quite a few different things that might fall under "bionanotechnology". Depending on how you respond, it could be EE, ME, BME or chemistry.</p>

<p>It's my (maybe cranky) opinion that nanotechnology is a silly buzz word. Engineered things that are small aren't great by virtue of being small. It's just that sometimes it is desirable to engineer small things. Airplanes are big and bridges are big, but you don't call the engineering of these things 'mega-technology'.</p>

<p>It's also funny how 'nanotechnology' tries to market itself as being super high tech and all when a lot of the fundamental technologies and ideas used in making small things are actually very old. This probably isn't exclusive to the field of engineering small things though.</p>

<p>I'd try reading more about particular applications that use small things that interest you and study a subject related to that.</p>