Biomedical Engineers

You can best prepare for a career as a biomedical engineer by taking courses in biology, health, anatomy and physiology, chemistry, physics, mathematics (especially calculus), and computers (especially digital design and programming). Communication and problem-solving skills are necessary, so classes in English, writing, and logic are important. Participating in science clubs and competing in science fairs will give you the opportunity to design and invent systems and products.


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