Top 20 Schools With The Largest B.S. Biomedical Engineering Graduating Class in 2007

Top 20 schools by graduating class size which offer B.S. Biomedical Engineering degrees .  These schools represent 1641 graduates.  They represent about half the total number of B.S. BME graduates for 2007.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects approximately 300 new Biomedical Engineering jobs every year between 2006 and 2016.   As can be seen there is a significant mismatch  between the actual number of graduates and the projected number of jobs.  Anyone interested in these programs should note that the size of a department does not necessarily indicate a high level of quality when it comes to preparing a student for a corporate  career.

How to increase your odds;

Experience Will Help Get You That Biomedical Engineering Position

Additional information;

The Number of Biomedical Engineers Graduating into Job Market in 2007 vs. Job Projections

For 2008 Update Go To Following Link:

The Top 20 Schools With The Largest B.S. Biomedical Engineering Graduating Class in 2008″

Top 20 Schools By B.S. BME graduating Class Size in 2007

School Total Graduates Male Female
University of California-San Diego 166 113 53
Duke University 118 86 32
Johns Hopkins University 110 65 45
Case Western Reserve University 101 61 40
The University of Texas at Austin 91 49 42
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus 91 53 38
University of California-Irvine 84 52 32
Vanderbilt University 83 55 28
Drexel University 72 43 29
University of California-Davis 71 46 25
Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus 71 36 35
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 71 45 26
University of Virginia-Main Campus 70 42 28
University of California-Berkeley 70 51 19
Northwestern University 69 48 21
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 66 40 26
University of Pennsylvania 61 35 26
Washington University in St Louis 60 42 18
University of Southern California 60 38 22
Marquette University 58 40 18

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