2019 Best Biomedical Engineering Colleges in the U.S.

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Biomedical Engineering appeals to fewer students than common. Just 7,023 students decide on this degree per year, so it ranks 384 most in-demand of all the common majors.

Students who graduate with a Biomedical Engineering degree enjoy a 39.0% improvement in pay when compared to their college-educated peers. This means the major is positioned 10 out of 121 with regard to income potential. Bio Engineering grads will earn about $56,236 in their beginning career income and $105,011 in their mid-career income.

Sadly, we did not have enough info to make a ranking of the top quality schools for Biomedical Engineering. But, you can see the most popular Bio Engineering colleges here, plus the popular online Biomedical Engineering schools.

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