Master of Biomedical Innovation and Development
This new BioID master's program will bring together students from mechanical, electrical and computer, human factors, systems analysis and manufacturing backgrounds to learn and work in multi-disciplinary teams on clinically relevant needs for new techniques and medical products. This masters program is composed of thirty-six (36) credit hours over three (3) contiguous semesters with seven (7) required courses, two (2) graduate electives, and a two-semester clinically focused team master's project. The faculty, composed of GT biomedical engineering and management professors, clinical/hospital faculty and industry professionals, will create a multi disciplinary teaching approach to educate graduate students from multiple engineering and science backgrounds. The first class of 20 to 40 students will matriculate in the fall of 2013.