The Program

Georgia Tech MBID program

The Georgia Tech MBID program offers a professional master’s degree for students seeking a unique specialization in an entrepreneurial, innovative field.

Who Should Apply

Ideal candidates for this program include:

  • Aspiring students who wish to pursue a career in Biomedical Product Development such as medical devices.
  • Early-career professionals working in biomedicine.
  • High-performing recent graduates from undergraduate disciplines such as: Engineering, Science, Business & Medicine.



Program Schedule

The MBID master’s program is a one-year residential program that is completed in three sequential semesters over 12 months.  Candidates enroll in the fall semester and take four courses (fall & spring semester) and three courses (summer semester).


The MBID master’s program requires a total of 36 credit hours.  Requirements include seven required courses (21 credit hours), two graduate level electives (6 credit hours) and a two-semester masters team project (9 credit hours).  Elective courses can be selected from a wide variety of current graduate courses at Georgia Tech. All courses require a grade of “C” or better.

  1. Classroom and design studio courses will be taught on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta.
  2. Clinical/experiential courses may be conducted at allied medical institutions and/or selected biomedical industry sites throughout the greater Atlanta area.

Course of Study

Course of Study

The following curriculum presents the 12-month course of study required to earn the MBID professional master’s degree.



Some of the more common general questions about the MBID master's program.