I want to apply for biomedical engineering and decided a few unis i want to go to, but recently i saw the loughborough website and they show that they have the course 'bioelectronics'. The course comes under electrical and electronic engineering department.
So i was wondering whats the difference and how different would the courses actually be.
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Biomedical Engineering and Bioelectronics - Difference? watch
- Thread Starter
- 10-10-2009 21:16
- 11-10-2009 15:44
You would basically be doing an EE degree. "Bioelectronics" merely refers to the theme for your optional courses.