Oluwaseun Rita’s Answer
From my experience, the field of engineering involves lots of mathematics. Working in the biomedical engineering field is very broad, a lot of companies have a very focused mission. There are a vast variety of concentrations Bioinstrumentation. Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Cellular, Tissue, and Genetic Engineering, Clinical Engineering. Medical Imaging, Orthopedic Bioengineering. Rehabilitation Engineering, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and there are more. Researching different companies and finding a concentration that will be useful to different companies will be a great advantage. Just recently graduating in the past 26 months, I believe involving mathematics, computer science, or programming will make you very "marketable" in the industry after you graduate. I hope this help, best of luck!