Georgia Tech offers a wide variety of established graduate interdisciplinary degree programs for both master’s and doctoral students. These programs have essentially eliminated the traditional boundaries that usually separate academic units. Our world-class faculty members have research interests spanning a wide expanse of topics including bioengineering and bioscience, electronics and nanotechnology, data engineering and science, energy, information security and privacy, manufacturing, materials, people and technology, renewable bioproducts, robotics, and sustainable systems. The programs are innovative and integrative, and encourage students to be flexible and creative in their pursuit of interdisciplinary research.
|Program||Degrees Offered||Admittance Terms|
|Algorithms, Combinatorics & Optimization||Ph.D.||Fall|
|Analytics (On Campus)||M.S.||Fall|
|Analytics (Online)||M.S.||Fall, Spring|
|Computational Science & Engineering||M.S., Ph.D.||Fall|
|Cybersecurity (On Campus)||M.S.||Fall|
|Cybersecurity (Online)||M.S.||Fall, Spring|
|Ocean Science & Engineering||Ph.D.||Fall|
|Quantitative and Computational Finance||M.S.||Fall, Spring|
The Office of Graduate Education has prepared application instructions to help you navigate through the admissions process. View the instructions to begin your graduate education.