Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

This master's degree allows students to pursue advanced studies in biomedical engineering in the following areas: biomedical imaging and instrumentation, biomaterials and regenerative technologies, cellular engineering and mechanics, biomedical informatics and systems modeling, neuroengineering, and biomedical robotics.

Students completing both a bachelor’s and master’s in biomedical engineering at Georgia Tech may use up to six credit hours of graduate-level coursework in the major discipline for both degrees. To qualify for this option, students must complete the undergraduate degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and complete the master’s degree within a two-year period from the award date of the bachelor’s degree.

The master's degree program requires 30 credit hours beyond the bachelor's degree. Both thesis and non-thesis options are available. Courses are offered all three terms; however, full-time students planning to complete the MS degree in 12 months should start their programs in the fall semester.