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What is the best degree level for bioengineering?

I'm considering a career in bioengineering. From my research, the absolute minimum degree level is a bachelor's degree. If I want to make medical advancements in the field, will a bachelor's suffice, or will I have to look on to a higher degree?

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Shishijo’s Answer

Bachelor degree in engineering and bachelor degree in technology are available in India at low of cost for good universities.

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Richard’s Answer

With a bachelor’s degree you will be involved in product design and maintenance of systems. However with a PhD, you can be at the forefront of product development

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Matthew’s Answer

Not clear on "level", could be BS/MS/PhD, or could be the school. 

As for the type of degree (chemical, physics, math, biology, computers), it depends on the type of bioengineering.

Developing robotic prosthesis is different from molecular biology or clinical imaging, requiring different skills.