Submit an answer Sonia, Anaheim, CA AddedSaturday, July 5, 2014 at 7:37 PM How important is a master's degree? Hi! I am about to graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Bioengineering and I was wondering how important it is in today's job world to have a Master's in order to get a job. I know that a Master's is always useful in getting a raise, etc. However, is it truly close to impossible to find a job in the Bioengineering field with just a Bachelor's degree? Thanks for your help! (: Related to Bioengineering/Biomedical, Graduate School, Internships & Jobs Reset Sort By Default Monique Frize , Carleton University and University of Ottawa Answered Saturday, July 5, 2014 at 7:37 PM An undergraduate degree is a good step to find work in this field. However, a Master's certainly provides an advantage, not so much in terms of salary (although it should add to that too), but in terms of finding a more interesting job. A Master's degree teaches how to go more deeply into a problem, how to better identify a problem, research what is known about that. and how to find a good solution. The main point though to keep in mind is that before choosing a thesis topic and a supervisor, you need to search what is out there, and identify what aspects in this field you are most interested in. Good luck for a successful completion of your studies!