Forgive my intrusion, I am an Elec. Eng., but my 16YO daughter is looking for a degree program for Bioengineering. She is interested in Biomechanics, but has been told by two admissions counselors that she must first get a BSME, then go back for a BSBE (is that the correct acronym?). I find that difficult to beleive, and was hoping some of you could suggest some US university programs that offer both concurrently, or one program that includes both disciplines. Yes, I know I can google it, but that doesn't get you past the sales hype. I am looking for recommendations from engineers in the field.
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