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Biomedical Engineering Schools in North Carolina

There are three schools in the state of North Carolina offering biomedical engineering programs. In 2010, 246 students graduated with degrees from North Carolina biomedical engineering schools. 165 of all these students graduated with bachelors degrees and 52 of all these students graduated with masters degrees.

Overview

243 students graduate from biomedical engineering programs in this state, on average, each year. This accounts for 4% of biomedical engineering students who US schools graduate. More specifically, 165 students graduated with a bachelor's level degree in biomedical engineering, 52 with a master's level degree, and 29 with a doctorate level degree.

Three biomedical engineering schools are located in this state. And of these, one school is public, while two schools are private. While private biomedical engineering school tuition varies from $39,970 to $40,243, tuition at a public biomedical engineering school is $6,529.

Average tuition for biomedical engineering programs is $22,091. While the highest tuition for biomedical engineering programs, which is $40,243 per year, is at Duke University, the lowest tuition in this state, which is $6,529 every year, is at North Carolina State University at Raleigh.

Biomedical engineering schools in this state offer bachelors degrees, masters degrees, and doctoral degrees.

Biomedical Engineering Program Completions in North Carolina 2006 - 2010

243 students graduate from biomedical engineering programs in this state, on average, each year. This accounts for 4% of biomedical engineering students who US schools graduate. More specifically, 165 students graduated with a bachelor's level degree in biomedical engineering, 52 with a master's level degree, and 29 with a doctorate level degree.

Biomedical Engineering Program Completions in North Carolina 2006 - 2010

  • Bachelor 2006: 158
  • Bachelor 2007: 159
  • Bachelor 2008: 168
  • Bachelor 2009: 190
  • Bachelor 2010: 165
  • Master 2006: 21
  • Master 2007: 32
  • Master 2008: 36
  • Master 2009: 23
  • Master 2010: 52
  • Doctorate 2006: 23
  • Doctorate 2007: 33
  • Doctorate 2008: 37
  • Doctorate 2009: 36
  • Doctorate 2010: 29

Biomedical Engineering Program Availability in North Carolina

North Carolina schools offer a total of ten biomedical engineering programs. Of these programs, about 40% are programs at the master's level. The remaining programs are degrees at the doctoral level and the bachelors level.

Biomedical Engineering Program Availability in North Carolina

  • Bachelor: 2
  • Master: 4
  • Doctorate: 4

Career Trends

Biomedical Engineers — Salary by Percentile

Biomedical Engineers — Salary by Percentile

Biomedical Engineers — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 49460
  • 25th Percentile: 59310
  • Median: 76320
  • 75th Percentile: 106450
  • 90th Percentile: 130490

Career Trends

Biomedical Engineers — Employment Trend

Biomedical Engineers — Employment Trend

Biomedical Engineers — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 68600
  • Median Salary 2007: 73570
  • Median Salary 2008: 70710
  • Median Salary 2009: 79950
  • Median Salary 2010: 76320
  • Total Employed 2006: 560
  • Total Employed 2007: 580
  • Total Employed 2008: 430
  • Total Employed 2009: 150
  • Total Employed 2010: 160

North Carolina vs National Biomedical Engineering Employment

North Carolina vs National Biomedical Engineering Employment

  • Employed in North Carolina: 1.047% (160)

Biomedical Engineering Schools in North Carolina

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1. Wake Forest University

1834 Wake Forest Road
Winston Salem, NC 27106
(336) 758-5000

Wake Forest University offers two programs in biomedical engineering. Of those, this university offers students one master's level degree in biomedical engineering and one degree at the doctorate level in biomedical engineering. This university, which is near the center of the city, is located in Winston Salem, NC. 7,162 students seek degrees in 76 Wake Forest programs, overall. This university is the fifth biggest institution in the state of North Carolina offering biomedical engineering.

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2. North Carolina A & T State University

1601 E Market St
Greensboro, NC 27411
(336) 334-7500

Founded in 1891, North Carolina A & T State University is a historically black, public, 4-year, research institution. NCAT, which is near the center of the city, is in Greensboro, NC. This university is the 12th largest institution in the state of North Carolina. A & Y Offers students five certificates, 72 bachelors level degrees, 34 masters level degrees, and six doctoral level degrees. In 2010, 10,795 students pursued degrees from the 90 programs at North Carolina A & T. A & Y Offers subjects including human services and management. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges accredits this medium-sized university. A & Y Is one of 7 research universities in North Carolina.

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3. Duke University

103 Allen Bldg
Durham, NC 27708
(919) 684-2813

Duke University offers three programs in biomedical engineering. Out of those, it offers students one bachelor's level biomedical engineering degree, one biomedical engineering degree at the master's level, and one biomedical engineering degree at the doctorate level. Duke, which is 2.2 miles from the heart of downtown, is located in Durham, NC. Overall, 15,016 students seek degrees in 138 programs at Duke. It ranks third in terms of enrollment in the state of North Carolina.

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4. North Carolina State University at Raleigh

2101 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC 27695-7001
(919) 515-2011

North Carolina State University at Raleigh is 1.7 miles from the heart of downtown. NCSU offers three biomedical engineering programs. Out of those, it offers one bachelor's level biomedical engineering degree to students, one biomedical engineering degree at the master's level, and one doctorate level biomedical engineering degree. Overall, 34,376 students pursue degrees in 268 programs at this large university. In terms of programs, this university is the second biggest institution in the state of North Carolina offering biomedical engineering.

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5. Gaston College

201 Hwy 321 S
Dallas, NC 28034
(704) 922-6200

Founded in 1963, Gaston College is a public 2-year institution. This college is located in Dallas, North Carolina, where students can enjoy a rural setting. This college offers subjects including nursing and administrative assistant and secretarial science. It offers 43 certificates and 52 degrees at the associates level to students. In 2010, 6,468 students sought degrees from the 63 programs at this college. It is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges. This college is one of 49 community colleges in North Carolina.