Which Engineering Major to go into Neuroengineering?

<p>I really love learning about the brain and want to go into neuroegineering after i graduate. I'm guessing for grad school I would have to pursue a degree in biomedical engineering, but what about for undergrad? I don't know which engineering major would help me the most. Electrical? Mechanical? Cell and Tissue? Please help! Thanks!</p>

<p>You don't need to do BME to do that stuff. Professors at Georgia Tech that are in the area come from such disparate backgrounds as psychology, computer science, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.</p>