Master of Industrial Design
NOTE: Applications to the Master of Industrial Design (MID) program are due February 15, 2021. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and decreased access to testing facilities, the GRE requirement is waived for students applying for admission in Fall 2021. GRE scores will not be taken into account during the application review process.
Interested in an MID Application Fee Waiver? Georgia Tech graduate applicants to the Master of Industrial Design (MID) program may qualify to receive an application fee waiver for the Fall 2021 program application. To qualify, you must express financial hardship and explain the significance of the fee waiver for you. Learn more and apply here.
Georgia Tech grads have never had as many design career opportunities as they do now. That's why the School of Industrial Design specializes in "design research." It's the difference that lets our students innovate across "new economy" industries.
Innovation can only happen with students who are confident with their technological toolkit. Humanitarian design is driven by a deep engagement with today's most pressing problems. Insightful research drives innovation and answers important questions. Relentless design development results in pure, simple elegance.
Our graduates have job titles that didn't exist 10 years ago: Experience Designer, Interaction Designer, UX Strategist, UX/UI Designer, Social Media Designer. They work for design studios, software companies, social media companies, and top global brands. Or they start their own companies, working to accelerate growth for entire industries.