I include this only because bio engineering is an interest.  While essentialy applying engineering principles to biology to solve medical problems or challenges is not really biorobotics, it is in the same arena.

Whenever I look around at the various college programs though, I invariably find references to robotics.  My most recent visit to UCDenver’s website prominently displayed a robotic hand on the first page I visited.

As one of the faster growing career choices for engineers I expect to see the number of programs over the next decade grow as well.  Here’s one immediate example where the University of Maryland is breaking ground on a 184,000 square foot building set to open in 2017.  This is to expand this one university’s footprint in this field.