Our teacher in an image processing class at my local University said that there is no biomedical B.S degree in top University of first world countries ( based of his last resident in USA and his experiences at there).
Also i think he was trying to mention separation for B.S student to some fields like Biomedical engineering is not common in these universities ( USA' universities).
I searched on Google and found formal biomedical department at some universities like this :
Completion of the curriculum leads to a Bachelor of Science in
Biological Engineering and prepares students for careers in diverse
fields ranging from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries to
materials, devices, ecology, and public health.
So I asked here, is this degree common in these universities spatially as B.S graduation
level, or this filed of studies graduate as B.S electrical engineer without any mention to B.S of biomedical engineering?
Based of @Charles_E_Grant comment I I think he was saying this field is not common in the USA University, because of letting the student of B.S level find themselves ways and chosing their field on the upper level like M.S or PhD which could be Biomedical engineering. So asked to know is that true.