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The World of The Biomedical Engineering
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THE BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Biomedical Engineers design, create, and test medical instruments to develop health care. Typically, they invent artificial organs, hypodermic syringes, etc... In addition, their workplace depends on what they are working on. Biometerial researchers mostly research design and invent artificial organs such as artificial hearts and test them carefully. On the other hand, rehabilitation engineers contrive instruments like a wheelchair and cane that are able to support disabled people and elders. In general, there are two types of biomedical engineers; biomaterial researchers and rehabilitation engineers. Earning Youtube Video To begin with, I would like to show you what biomedical engineers do specifically. In most cases, average annual income for an Entry-Level Clinical engineer(beginning as a biomedical engineer) is approximately $45,000 to $70,000, regardless of the location. After 5 years in the field and when they have learned the essential materials, their earnings increase to $60,000 to $85,000 a year. As a senior engineer they can earn between $85,000 to $140,000 each year. Required Courses REQUIRED EDUCATION These high school courses are required to enter universities that could lead to a master's degree in biomedical engineering. - English 12 and English proficiency - Physics 11 - Chemistry 11 - Pre-Calculus 12 or Principles of Mathematics 12 - Biology 11 Post-Secondary Requirements After school and training, one can become a biomedical engineer. First, a Bachelor's degree is essential for a biomedical engineer. Secondly, one must obtain a master's degree after their bachelor's degree. Additionally, one needs to complete a curriculum called the BME (BioMedical Engineer) master's program within 2 years. Then, one has to complete a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) program within 4 years as well. Career Opportunities My Dream Day Once I become a biomedical engineer, I hope I will be able to contribute to society by creating useful and helpful tools.
I would be truly pleased if people would use my inventions and find them really helpful.
I also hope I would be able to meet all the people that are helped by my inventions. My Passion Career Interview Special thanks to Mr.Lange How many years have you been in this Career? - I have been in this career for 10 years. How did you choose this Career? who is a science teacher - I knew I had a talent to teach What sort of training was required for this job? - Teacher education training How do you like this job? - I really like it. If you could start all over, would you choose the same Career Path? - Maybe, but teachers don't get paid a lot. http://public.careercruising.com/ca/en References http://www.prospects.ac.uk/biomedical_engineer_job_description.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNXY6TfaUO4s There are a variety of workplaces for biomedical engineers.
In particular, research facilities, universities, and hospitals are the major ones. http://www.careers.govt.nz/jobs/health/biomedical-engineer/job-opportunities However, it is extremely hard to get degrees in university and takes approximately seven years to enter the field of biomedical engineering. - Since I was young, my father has been encouraging me to get a job in the medical field because he wants me to do well during the hard times of recession.
- However, this is not the reason. I personally enjoy math and science and find them interesting
- Also,I like helping people ,their smiles make me happy. Thank You For Watching By Sangpil Lee