With 11 undergraduate majors, the College of Engineering readies students for careers and graduate study across all kinds of engineering disciplines. the degree programs at the College build a foundation in engineering principles. Nearly a dozen degrees are offered across the College's eight schools, and students are encouraged to collaborate across disciplines and apply their skills to real-world problems. Whether they want to find jobs or get advanced degrees, graduates leave the College with both the knowledge and practical experience they need.
Explore Academics in the College
The College's undergraduate programs build a strong foundation in engineering principles. Nearly a dozen degrees are offered across the College's eight schools, and students are encouraged to collaborate across disciplines and apply their skills to real-world problems. Whether they want to find jobs or get advanced degrees, graduates leave the College with both the knowledge and practical experience they need.
The College prepares graduate students for diverse careers in research, management, development, consulting, higher education and other fields. Home to 23 master's programs and 18 doctoral programs, the College offers top-caliber labs and abundant research opportunities, ensuring students complete their degrees with the experience they need.
Culture of Innovation
From maker spaces for building and creating, labs for experimenting and discovering, and startup incubators for researching and developing, there is unlimited potential for innovation. New partnerships and resources are initiated like clockwork, and if you have a bright idea, we can help you make it happen.
When employers see Georgia Tech on their resume, they know that the candidate not only has impeccable academic knowledge, but that he or she also has the skills and experience to handle real-world challenges. Georgia Tech’s Co-op and Internship programs, as well as internships students get on their own, are key ways for students to build professional skills and put into practice what they have learned in class.
In an increasingly digital age, it becomes easier and easier to learn complicated topics without sitting in a lecture hall. Georgia Tech strives to bring knowledge to individuals all over the world and has created a variety of programs to do so.
Traveling the world and experiencing life as a student or worker in other communities is key in developing their own unique perspective. At Georgia Tech, over 54% of students have an international experience before they graduate.
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