What Can I Study?
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has the largest ECE graduate program in the United States, 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.
ECE graduate degree options at Georgia Tech include the M.S.E.C.E. non-thesis option, the M.S.E.C.E. thesis option, and the Ph.D. Students interested in interdisciplinary degrees may work towards an M.S. in Cybersecurity or Bioengineering. Georgia Tech also offers a Ph.D. in Robotics, Machine Learning, or Bioengineering. For more specific information, please select the links below.
- Master of Science Degree Requirements
- Ph.D. Degree Requirements
- Distance Learning M.S. Degree
- Master of Science in Cybersecurity
- Master of Science and Ph.D. in Bioengineering
- Ph.D. in Robotics
- Ph.D. in Machine Learning
- Georgia Tech Lorraine and Georgia Tech Lorraine Double Degree Program
- Master’s Degree Program in Shenzhen, China
Last revised May 16, 2018