Undeclared Students

With so many degree options, it can be difficult for a new student to choose a major from the outset of their college career. It is recommended that students select a major by the end of the first year, but the selection must be made before completion of sixty credit hours.

With so many degree options, it can be difficult for a new student to choose a major from the outset of their college career. First-year students entering the College of Engineering may choose a specific engineering major or remain undeclared until they determine which Georgia Tech major best fits their interests and goals. It is recommended that students select a major by the end of the first year, but the selection must be made before completion of sixty credit hours. Until a student has chosen a major, course schedules should be planned using courses that are common to all engineering majors.

This information was compiled to assist you in scheduling classes until you decide upon a major; to inform you about academic services designed to enhance your chances of academic success; and to guide you through the process of selecting and declaring a major.

Resources at Georgia Tech to assist you in making this decision

Engineering Resource Guides

These Guides provides a brief introduction to library resources for the Undeclared Engineering Major.

 

Links to Academic Support Services

Success @ Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech Counseling Center
Academic Advising

 

Questions

Jane Weyant
Assistant Dean
404.894.1718
jane.weyant@coe.gatech.edu

College of Engineering Dean's Office
Tech Tower, Third Floor