Georgia Tech offers the Dual Degree Program to assist students seeking an education that combines a liberal arts program with technological curriculum. A dual degree student attends a participating liberal arts college for three years, then attends Georgia Tech for approximately two years. Upon completion of the program at Tech, the student receives degrees from the liberal arts college and Georgia Tech. A student's program of study at Georgia Tech may concentrate in any engineering program.
Dual Degree Engineering Program
Under the Dual Degree Engineering Program (DDEP), students can attend a participating Dual Degree School for three years and then attend any of the College of Engineering’s undergraduate degree programs for up to two years. Upon completing the engineering program, students receive a bachelor’s degree from their home institution, and a bachelor’s degree in their engineering program at Georgia Tech.
Under the Dual Degree Program, students attend the participating Dual Degree school for three years and then come to Georgia Tech for approximately two years. Students participating in the Dual Degree Program may seek a degree from any undergraduate degree-granting program in the College of Engineering. Upon completion of the program, the student receives a bachelor's degree from the first school and a bachelor's degree in one of the engineering disciplines at Georgia Tech.
Participating in the Dual Degree Program are many of the schools in the University System of Georgia, including Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, and other historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) and predominantly women's colleges in the southeast. For additional information on either of these programs, contact the College of Engineering at Georgia Tech or the Regents' Engineering Transfer Program (RETP) or Dual Degree coordinator at a participating RETP or Dual Degree institution.
Undergrads can participate in dual degree programs at the College.