Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Sciences is the third largest college at the institute.

The college houses six schools of majors and one program, including Mathematics, Psychology, Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics, and Neuroscience.

Most students enrolled in the College of Sciences traditionally re-enroll in graduate school, medical school, and doctorate programs. A growing population of students is interested in employment opportunities after their undergraduate degree. The question being asked by these students is, “What Can I do with My Georgia Tech Science Degree?”.

To answer this question, we’ve developed an event connecting students with science professionals to discuss pathways in starting a career in the sciences. It is called “What Can I Do with My Georgia Tech Science Degree?”.