Master of Biomedical Innovation and Development (MBID)
Graduates of this intensive one-year professional master’s program are well prepared to pursue and advance their careers in the dynamic field of biomedical engineering devices and technology. Upon successful completion of this program, graduates receive a Master of Biomedical Innovation and Development degree (MBID) from The Georgia Institute of Technology. Qualified recent graduates and working biomedical professionals are invited to apply for the Georgia Tech MBID professional master’s degree program. Applicants for this master's program should have an undergraduate degree in any of the following: engineering, science, medicine or business. See admissions section for details and how to apply.
The Georgia Tech and Emory Biomedical Engineering partnership is a true success story in risk-taking and innovation - a visionary partnership between a leading public engineering school and a highly respected private medical school.
True to Wallace H. Coulter’s vision and legacy, biomedical engineering faculty and students work closely with clinicians to not only gain fundamental insights into human health but also to translate our research to impact clinical outcomes.