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What educational preparation do you recommend for this field

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BJ’s Answer

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If you are looking to be an engineer in the biomedical field, a degree in Biomedical Engineering would be your best option. However, you can find good jobs in medical tech fields, such as looking for Radiology, Pharmacy, Nursing, Dental Hygienist, and other similar fields. You may find programs in these med-tech fields at community or technical colleges, as well as through a larger state university. Find what profession interests you and has a good salary potential and job openings, and find an educational program that will help you get there.

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Younes’s Answer

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Electrical Engineering would be a good fit, learning deep theory with waves and studying electronics in depth combine to fundamentally great knowledge based to perform the job, Biomedical Engineering can be useful but won't take that depth to teach you the fundamentals of radiology.
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