I am a Bioengineering undergraduate student and want to pursue Medical Physics as my graduate program. But we learn classes mainly concerned with biology, programming and imaging. When I search for information about this field, many posts (this forum as well as other websites) say Medical Physics needs a very high level of Physics in order to get admitted. I only learned General Physics in my freshman year, which didn't cover much physics. Does this mean it's very hard for me to get admitted to Medical Physics graduate program? Does this area really need high level of Physics in order to continue?(before, I thought this was an Bioengineering area as it has something to do with imaging) Or is there any school with Medica Physics requiring more engineering compared to Physics?