Becoming a Biomedical Engineer with a Bsc in Medical Physics

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Can I become a biomedical engineer after completing a Bsc in Medical Physics?
 
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That's hard to say. The definition of "biomedical engineer" can vary considerably. So can the content of undergraduate medical physics programs.

If you want to be a biomedical engineer, your best bet is to seek out a program in biomedical engineering. If you want to be a medical physicist, your best bet is to seek out a physics program. I would avoid specializing in undergraduate physics too early.
 
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