To become a biomedical engineer, you typically need to complete the following steps:

1.      Earn a bachelor's degree: Biomedical engineering programs are available at many universities and colleges. A bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering typically takes four years to complete and includes coursework in biology, physics, chemistry, and engineering.

2.      Gain work experience: Many biomedical engineering jobs require some work experience in addition to a degree. You can gain experience by participating in internships, co-op programs, or research projects while in school.

3.      Earn a graduate degree: Some biomedical engineering positions require a graduate degree, such as a Master's or a Ph.D. degree. A graduate degree can also help you advance your career or pursue research or academic opportunities.

4.      Obtain licensure: In some states, biomedical engineers may be required to obtain a Professional Engineer (PE) license, which typically requires passing an exam.

5.      Stay up to date: Biomedical engineering is a rapidly evolving field, and it is essential to stay up to date with new technologies, research, and developments. Continuing education and professional development opportunities can help you stay current in the field.

6.      Obtain certification: Though not required, obtaining certification from professional organizations like the American Society of Biomechanics (ASB) or the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) can demonstrate your proficiency in the field.

The specific requirements for becoming a biomedical engineer may vary depending on the employer and the state or country in which you work. It's always a good idea to research the specific requirements for the job and location you are interested in pursuing.