Biomedical Engineering Schools In Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, there are 7 accredited schools where biomedical engineering classes faculty can find employment. The following statistics and charts help analyze the current state of the biomedical engineering academic community in Wisconsin, and the future trends in biomedical engineering training at the following levels:

  • Associates degree in Biomedical Engineering
  • Bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering
  • Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering
  • PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering


Schools

  1. Concordia University-Wisconsin

    12800 N Lake Shore Dr, Mequon, Wisconsin 53097-2402

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
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  2. Marquette University

    615 N 11th St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233

    82 U.S. News National University Ranking
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  3. Medical College of Wisconsin

    8701 Watertown Plank Rd, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226-0509

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
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  4. Milwaukee Area Technical College

    700 W State St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233-1443

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
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  5. Milwaukee School of Engineering

    1025 N Broadway, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202-3109

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
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  6. Western Technical College in La Crosse

    400 Seventh St. North, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54602-0908

    N/A U.S. News National University Ranking
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  7. University of Wisconsin-Madison

    500 Lincoln Dr, Madison, Wisconsin 53706-1380

    42 U.S. News National University Ranking
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Cities

Statistics

Professional Trends

Wisconsin Vs. National Biomedical Engineering Employment

Wisconsin 150
National 15,280

Approximately 1% of the country's biomedical engineering professionals work in Wisconsin state.

Employment Growth for Biomedical engineering professionals In Wisconsin

310 300 270 200 150
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Actual Values

In Wisconsin, biomedical engineering is a shrinking field. 160 less biomedical engineering professionals were working in Wisconsin in 2010, than there were in 2006. Thus, in Wisconsin, this field has shrunk by 52% in four years. This decline is faster than the national trend for biomedical engineering professionals which shows a 9% increase in the number of biomedical engineering professionals working around the nation.

Biomedical Engineering VS. All Professions salaries in Wisconsin

$77,160 $81,860 $78,010 $83,120 $76,540
$43,308 $43,685 $45,556 $47,117 $48,374
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Biomedical Engineering
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions

The salaries paid to biomedical engineering professionals are declining in Wisconsin. In 2006 biomedical engineering professionals made a mean salary of $77,160 per year, and in 2010 they made $76,540 per year.

Salary percentiles for Biomedical engineering professionals in Wisconsin

10th percentile
$51,380
25th percentile
$59,170
50th percentile
$74,900
75th percentile
$93,110
90th percentile
$109,810

Thus, biomedical engineering professionals' salaries declined by 1% in 4 years. This decline is quite different from state trends for all professionals. There is a 114% pay differential between the highest paid biomedical engineering professionals and those in the bottom 10% of the pay bracket. Thus, there is huge variation in pay, within the field of biomedical engineering in Wisconsin.

Average Salaries for Biomedical engineering professionals and related professions in Wisconsin

Biochemistry
$57,660
Biology
$56,058
Biomedical Engineering
$76,540
Engineering
$66,481
Physics
$103,360

Biomedical engineering professionals in Wisconsin earn, on average, more than their counterparts in related professions.

Educational Trends

Biomedical Engineering programs available for each degree type for all schools in Wisconsin

associate
2
bachelor
5
master
3
doctor
2
Certificate
0
Total12

The number of students graduating from the 7 accredited biomedical engineering schools in Wisconsin is decreasing. In Wisconsin, there were 354 graduates in 2006. And there were 326 graduates from biomedical engineering courses in 2010.

Thus there was a 8% percent decrease in the number of biomedical engineering school degree or certificate graduates in Wisconsin. A majority of these graduates, or 42%, graduated with an bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering.

Biomedical Engineering Faculty Salaries in Wisconsin

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