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Can I pursue a career in bioengineering with an electrical engineering degree?

by Alli Brunell from Northridge

I'm finishing my freshman year of college and I finally decided on a major that I want to dedicate myself to: bioengineering. The problem I have is that my university only offers degrees in: civil, computer, mechanical, and electrical engineering. ...

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