Can I study biomedical engineering if I'm not good at math?

I am interested in biomedical engineering I enjoy biology and wanting to help others. But the problem is that im not good at drawing and also in math. I started math in college in remedial classes. Should I just look at other majors.
posted by perez, Organization/City on July 22, 2013

Answer by Egirl Team

Hi Perez. 

The answer to that question depends upon how determined you are to get the degree.  Drawing isn't a big deal, but you'll need to learn the math.  But that's what remedial classes are for.  If you can get enough help and support to be able to learn the math and do the work then there is no reason why you couldn't study BME.  It is likely to be a lot of work for you though if you are already behind in math, so it will be up to you to decide how much you want to work for it.  Good luck!