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How to Become a Biomechanical Engineer

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  1. Pursue a Bio-engineering Education Program.
    • Complete a bioengineering undergraduate degree program. Colleges and universities offer bioengineering undergraduate degree programs for students interested in a career in biomechanical engineering.
    • The courses in a bioengineering undergraduate program include mathematics, chemistry, biology, physics and the fundamentals of engineering. Entry-level positions in engineering require a minimum of a bachelor's degree education.
    • Advance to a graduate degree program. Students may pursue a Master of Science degree in bioengineering and advance to a doctorate degree program.Image titled Become a Biomechanical Engineer Step 2 An advanced degree provides more opportunities for professionals specializing in biomechanical engineering.


  2. Qualify as an intern and gain work experience.
    • Qualify as an engineering intern by passing the Fundamentals of Engineering examination offered by the National Society of Professional Engineers. The internship can help newly graduated engineers obtain a position to gain experience in the field.
    • Gain experience in the field to qualify for state licensure as a Professional Engineer.Image titled Become a Biomechanical Engineer Step 3 The credential enhances job opportunities in the biomechanical engineering field.
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    Pursue State Licensure. The Professional Engineering credential is required for all engineers offering services to the public. The credential also shows potential employers the biomechanical engineer has the skills and knowledge to work as a biomechanical engineer in the state. Candidates must pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering examination to qualify for a state license. Those with the Professional Engineering credential may start a business offering engineering services to public.

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    Image titled Become a Biomechanical Engineer Step 4Complete Continuing Education Courses. Some states require the biomechanical engineer with the Professional Engineer license to complete continuing education courses to maintain the state license. Continuing education ensures the engineer remains up to date in the latest technology in bio-science and mechanical engineering. Biomechanical engineers not required to pursue continuing education to maintain a state license should attend courses, seminars and workshops to remain current in the field.

  5. Search for a position.
    • Use career centers and job boards available through professional associations such as the National Society of Professional Engineers to find job leads.
    • Network with professionals in the bioengineering field to find leads.
    • Search newspapers and online job boards to find career opportunities in biomechanical engineering.

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What are Biomechanical Orthotics?

Biomechanics involves the study of body in motion. Biomechanical orthotics are prescription inserts made from neutral foot position casts or digital imaging. The prescribing practitioner sends the casts or digital image and clinical information to a professional orthotics laboratory, where an evaluation specialist reviews the casts and prescription. A staff doctor oversees the evaluation in the form of a "second opinion." Then a production clinician takes responsibility for fabrication and quality control of the individual prescription. The fabricated orthotics are sent to the doctor to…

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