I am a sophomore biomed engineering student at Drexel university in philadelphia. First, I would not double major anything with biomed, it is one of the toughest majors in itself. It is very possible though to take a minor on the side because you have to take a certain number of electives anyway. For Drexel, we get to choose a concentration so when you graduate, you get a bachelors of science degree in biomed with a concentration in ____. The five concentration areas at Drexel are biomedical devices, biomaterials and tissue engineering, biomedical informatics, neuroengineering, and biomechanics. There is not biochem, but I know a lot of other schools may offer that as a concentration area which is something to keep in mind when deciding on a school. If you are in it just to become a physician of some kind, biomed may be good to help you stand out, but it is also a lot harder and your gpa will show it. My roomate wanted to be a physician but dropped out of the biomed program freshman year to biology. The best part is, if you get two years into it and you think you don't want to be a doctor, you can easily complete your degree and have a more than lucrative degree in biomed. A lot of schools also offer bs/ms programs. Drexel has a 5 year bachelors/masters program where students with a 3.2 gpa can get their masters after 5 years. You can declare a double major or minor by talking to your advisor once you get in school. For a minor, you may not need to worry about it right away. I hope it works out for you. If you are on the east coast check out drexel. It is expensive and they are on the quarter schedule so it is a faster pace but overall, with the co-op program built in, you gain a lot of hands on experience that you wouldn't otherwise get in undergrad.