Georgia Tech's extraordinary interdisciplinary culture allows — and encourages — students to pursue courses, projects, and research across the College, as well as in other colleges and research units on campus. An interest in sustainability policy, for example, may be amplified through studies in schools focused on language and intercultural studies, gender, history, global development, economics, or film. You will also work alongside students in disciplines that cut across the entire academic breath of Georgia Tech, which includes the colleges of business, computing, engineering, design, and science, or even the Georgia Tech Research Corporation.
Use this comprehensive list of degrees, minors, and certificate programs to gain a sense of the scope of what is offered within the College. Also explore our major research areas.