The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has the largest ECE graduate program in the U.S., providing large depth and breadth of opportunities for students. With over 110 faculty members at three campuses, ECE covers a broad range of research topics and offers over 100 graduate-level ECE courses in a wide selection of areas. The school is home to 11 areas of specialization, 19 research centers, and numerous laboratories. During the last five years, ECE has averaged $51-$58 million per year in corporate, governmental, and research foundation support. Our graduates are among the most sought after in the world.
The following useful information will help your decision-making and application process with Georgia Tech ECE.
Admissions for ECE Graduate Students
Find admission requirements, application instructions, deadlines, and other beneficial resources for graduate applicants.
Why ECE at Georgia Tech
Answers to frequently asked questions about the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Tech, the largest of its kind in the country.
Graduate Academic Programs
Check out an overview of our degree programs, research and study abroad opportunities, and what the future holds for ECE graduates.
Last revised November 10, 2015