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Biomedical Engineering?

Twins127Twins127 Registered User Posts: 283 Junior Member
edited July 2010 in University of Minnesota
How strong is the BME program? How does it compare to Wisconsin-Madison?
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Replies to: Biomedical Engineering?

  • taebubutaebubu Registered User Posts: 119 Junior Member
    It's fairly strong. Not sure if you're looking for rankings or something, but with all of the biomed companies like medtronic, boston scientific, st. jude medical, etc., all with large establishments in Minnesota, it's a great place to go to. As far as I'm aware in order to actually work in the BME field as an engineer you need at least a master's degree so for undergrad go wherever you will be happiest and will do your best so that you can get into the best grad school for BME.
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