Surge in Biomedical Engineering

The following article is reposted from the ASEE Connections Newsletter for August 2010:

THE ONGOING SURGE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

Biomedical engineering degrees have increased more than any other field over the past decade.  Respectively, they’ve grown by 215 percent, 193 percent and 256 percent at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels since 2000.

Biomedical Engineering Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded
By School: 2009
1. Duke University 141
2. University of California, San Diego 136
3. Georgia Institute of Technology 134
4. University of Texas, Austin 102
5. Johns Hopkins University 100
6. University of California, Irvine 98
7. Boston University 96
8. Case Western Reserve University 93
9. University of Pennsylvania 86
10. University of California, Berkeley 85
11. Drexel University 72
11. Washington University 72
13. Arizona State University 69
13. University of Michigan 69
13. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 69
13. University of Southern California 69
17. Rutgers University 67
17. University of Virginia 67
19. Northwestern University 66
19. Texas A&M University 66
89 schools reported.

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Growth in Biomedical Engineering Degrees
by Degree Level
Bachelor’s
2000 – 1,156
2009 – 3,644
Master’s
2000 – 476
2009 – 1,396
Doctoral
2000 – 203
2009 – 722
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