The University of Arkansas announced today that it is now offering a biomedical engineering master`s degree through its College of Engineering. Undergraduate students previously could choose a biomedical engineering emphasis and according to the university it proved to be popular, with 35 students enrolling in its first two years. Biomedical engineers develop artifical organs, prosthetic devices, artifical skin and high-resolution imaging systems that detect disease. They also use computers to analyze blood, use lasers for corrective eye surgery and create automated insulin injections. U.S. Department of Labor statistics show that the number of jobs in the biomedical engineering field is expected to grow 31 point four percent through 2010.