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What schools have a good biochemical and biomedical orogram

I would love to make sure that I am attending the right school for the right things. I plan on being a doctor and I need a good medical experience. #biomedical-engineering #agriculture #biochemical

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Shannon’s Answer

Hi Diahvyon,
For finding which universities are strong at which majors a good resource is the USNews Best college rankings. They are a trustworthy and popular research tool.
Here's the link for Undergraduate Biomedical programs which also offer a Doctorate since plan on being a doctor.

https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/engineering-doctorate-biological-biomedical

Beyond just that list, you can also search any college you're interested in to learn more about the school, their rankings, and lots of other useful information such as tuition cost and acceptance rates for applicants. So if a college that you're interested in isn't in that top 10 list, you can still learn how it is from the same website.

Do some research on the US news college overviews as well on the official university websites and make a list of which schools you would like to enroll in. Next make a plan for applying to them including which each college's application deadline and requirements are.

Most college's have a Future students section which will help you make the choice that best fits you.
Here's an example from Georgia Tech's website for prospective BME students.
https://www.bme.gatech.edu/bme/undergraduate

Good luck!
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Ashford’s Answer

I got my Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering from Marquette University in Wisconsin and I would personally say that they give you a really good education and an opportunity to do hands on work in the program.
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