Does Biomedical Engineering involve a lot of memorization just like Biology? Is it qualitative in today's world?


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We all know that biology involves a lot of memorization. What about biomedical engineering? I want to be sure if biomedical engineering needs a lot of memorization as biology does.

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Biomedical engineering is not different from any other engineering fields and it includes the application of mathematics, physics as well as engineering approaches in order to handle complex challenges. As you need to handle many complex medical issues in the efficient manners, you have to have knowledge of basic concepts in both physiology and cell biology. The Biomedical Engineering Major often involves engineering analysis and important life science concepts. In biomedical engineering, there’s always an emphasis on problem-solving skills, engineering model development, and quantitative analysis. So, you don’t need to memorize facts as much as you do in biology.

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