The college offers both masters and doctoral programs. Find out more
Review the information available on this site, and on our school and programs websites. Contact the graduate directors and advisors or coordinators to discuss questions or concerns related to course of study, careers, focal research areas, etc. Find out more
One would need to apply for acceptance in to a different program via the Graduate Studies website. Find out more
A broad range of research opportunities are available within the College. Students should discuss their interests with a graduate program director, program coordinator, or faculty in the program or school of interest. The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and other units at Georgia Tech support some graduate students through work on college initiatives, communications, or projects. Find out more
Requirements are specific to each program. Review the websites for each program to understand requirements.
Prospective graduate students for all programs apply through Georgia Tech’s Graduate Admissions website. Applications are reviewed and responded to by the program directors and coordinators. Find out more
Graduate student apply through the central Georgia Tech Graduate Admissions website. Each graduate program reviews and responds to applicants.
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Each applicant is evaluated by a graduate program, which awards aid based on merit and fit. Each admission offer includes an aid decision.
On average 50-60% of incoming students receive aid in the form of fellowships, research assistantships, or teaching assistantships, which are typically accompanied by tuition waivers. Other incoming students find work and/or aid after they begin their graduate programs at Georgia Tech.
Graduate Research Assistants (GRAs) typically work on research with or for faculty. Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) teach classes or assist faculty with their classes.