Biomedical Technology Development and Management
The Master of Science in Biomedical Technology Development and Management (BTDM) is a graduate level degree created by Virginia Tech in response to future directions in medical product discovery and development and the emerging needs of industry and regulatory agencies. Curriculum for the degree program integrates science with technology, management, ethics, and public policy, and draws on the strengths of Virginia Tech in science, industrial and systems engineering, business and management, and medical research programs. Online application is available.
The BTDM degree is structured to accommodate working professionals. It is taught over four semesters, i.e. fall, spring, fall and spring. The total time period from start to finish is twenty-one months. Courses are taught mostly over eight weekends during each of the fall and spring semesters, although some courses are offered on weeknights or online. The weekends begin at 2:00 pm on Friday and end at 4:30 pm on Saturday.
For more information visit:
Kenneth H. Wong, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
BTDM Program Director
Interim Director, Northern Virginia Center
Associate Dean of the Graduate School
- Biomedical Technology Development
- Business Administration
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Government and International Affairs
- Human Development
- Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Information Technology
- Landscape Architecture
- Marriage and Family Therapy
- Natural Resources
- Public Administration and Policy
- Science and Technology in Society
- Urban Affairs and Planning