The Bioengineering Program is an interdisciplinary graduate program offering advanced courses in bioengineering, engineering specialties, and life sciences combined with training in cutting-edge bioengineering research.
Bioengineering research focuses on the development of new or improved physical and mathematical concepts and techniques which may be applied to problems in medicine and biology, including fundamental study of biological phenomena and development of new medical devices.
The Bioengineering Program is one of several graduate degree programs at Georgia Tech having a bioengineering research component and currently has approximately 170 graduate students and faculty from different academic units. The Bioengineering Program offers M.S. and Ph.D. through the participating schools in the College of Engineering and the College of Computing.
The curriculum involves engineering and life science coursework and provides flexibility to concentrate in specific areas to develop a multidisciplinary and integrated training. Students enroll through a home school within the College of Engineering or Computing.