Graduate Degrees Offered at ECE
Master of Science Degree Requirements: This page provides a summary of the academic requirements for the Master of Science (M.S.) and Master of Science in ECE (M.S.E.C.E,) degrees.
Ph.D. Degree Requirements: This page provides a summary of ECE and Institute requirements for the Ph.D. degree.
Distance Learning Program: ECE offers an on-line master’s degree program in conjunction with Georgia Tech’s Center for Distance Learning (CDL), providing professional engineers with advanced training via video, Internet, or in a combination of the two formats.
Master of Science and Ph.D. in Bioengineering: This interdisciplinary graduate program offers advanced courses in bioengineering, engineering specialties, and life sciences, combined with training in bioengineering research.
Ph.D. in Robotics: This interdisciplinary Ph.D. program offers coursework covering mechanics, controls, perception, artificial intelligence, and autonomy. The program also features a strong multidisciplinary research component.
Georgia Tech Lorraine and Georgia Tech Lorraine Double Degree Program: Georgia Tech Lorraine (GTL), the European platform of Georgia Tech, located in the city of Metz in the Lorraine Region of France, offers complete graduate programs and opportunities to earn double degrees from partner institutions in Europe.
Master’s Degree Program in Shenzhen, China: Starting in August 2014, qualified students all over the world can study in Shenzhen, China towards the non-thesis master's degree from the School of ECE at Georgia Tech. Our program in Shenzhen is located inside the Shenzhen High-Tech Industry Park with many internship opportunities available to students.
Georgia Tech-KAIST dual degree program: Graduate students may take part in a dual master's degree program offered by Georgia Tech and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), where they spend two semesters each at both institutions.
Last revised on September 24, 2013.