(MS MBID) Program Admission FAQs: Click here to view.
How to Apply
Working biomedical or professionals as well as qualified recent graduates are invited to apply for the Georgia Tech MBID professional master’s degree program.
To be competitive, you should have:
- Have an undergraduate in any of the following:
Engineering, Science, Medicine or Business.
- A grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 overall with a 3.25 in your undergraduate major.
- Relevant experience industry or through internships will be a plus.
- As of July 2019, the GRE is no longer required.
- Submission of a statement of intent;
- Three (3) letters of recommendation, and
- International Students – Georgia Institute of Technology accepts the TOEFL and IELTS Exams for the English Proficiency testing.
The minimum total score on the exams for MBID are:
TOEFL – 100, with minimum section scores of 19 or higher on each skill area.
IELTS – Overall score minimum of 7; with minimum section scores for reading 6.5, listening 6.5, speaking 6.5 and writing 5.5.
Applications for the MBID program are reviewed along with all other graduate programs in the department--for admissions in the fall. All admission materials must be submitted via the GT Graduate Admission system by the application deadline of JUNE 1, 2020 (new deadline extension) for potential entry in the fall. After applications are submitted, the department's faculty admission committee reviews files between December and February. All decisions for all programs are made in February with notifications sent by the end of February/March. Admitted students must reply with their intent to enroll by the standard US graduate admission response date of April 15. All new students must enroll the fall term that starts in mid-August.