Thanks for your interest in the graduate school of ECE at Georgia Tech! We look forward to hearing from you. The following is an overview of everything you need to know about ECE graduate admissions, including how to apply, admission requirements, and important dates. The admissions committee considers several factors when making admissions decisions, including your academic.
Ph.D. Degree Requirements Bioengineering Robotics Machine Learning The following requirements include the course hours normally accumulated during the student's master's degree. Requirement Hours Description Group I: ECE 6000 level classes in one or two TIAs: 9 Three classes in a combination of one or two technical interest areas of the student's choosing (All for letter grade.
Georgia Tech Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information. Access Georgia Tech’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Campus Response info.; Read COVID-19 Guidance for Prospective, Admitted, and Current Graduate Students (which also includes information for the faculty and program administrators who support them) from the Office of Graduate Studies.Our admissions committee will look at all aspects of the application in order to determine an admissions decision. The size of the entering class is flexible and will vary across years. A 3.0 GPA (or U.S. equivalent) minimum is highly suggested for students applying to the program, but all applications will be given due consideration.T he ECE department seeks motivated, well-prepared students to apply for admissions to our Master's-level and Ph.D. degree programs in electrical (EE) and computer engineering (CPE) at the main Blacksburg campus and the greater Washington, D.C., metro area in Falls Church and Arlington. These programs are also available through extended campus site locations such as Roanoke, Richmond.
PhD Program The machine learning (ML) Ph.D. program is a collaborative venture between Georgia Tech's colleges of Computing, Engineering, and Sciences. Approximately 25 students enter the program each year through eight different academic units.Read More
PhD Engineering - Emphasis in Electrical and Computer Engineering Program of Study. This program of study is effective Spring Semester 2019. Previous program of study requirements may be found here. The ECE Emphasis further defines and focuses the student’s Program of Study for the Ph.D. in Engineering through the requirements below.Read More
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ECE Graduate Programs. Students may customize and focus their Masters in Engineering Degree or Doctor of Philosophy Degree through selection of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Emphasis Area. The ECE Area of Emphasis is intended for students wishing to pursue a graduate degree in areas related to electrical and computer engineering.Read More
There are also approximately 200 students in the MSE PhD program. Students with a B.S. or M.S. degree in Polymer Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Textile Engineering, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Biology, Physics, or in a related field of science and engineering can be admitted in the Ph.D. program.Read More
Graduate Programs. For students who have already obtained a bachelor’s degree and are still yearning to learn more, research more, and discover more, Georgia Tech is the ideal setting for graduate studies.Read More
Our graduate students also have access to Georgia Tech's high performance computing systems and several European supercomputers. Field instrumentation includes pressure transducers and ther mistors; a Campbell Scientific Eddy Covariance Tower System that directly measures sensible, latent and CO 2 fluxes between the terrestrial landscape through the atmosphere.Read More
All applicants to the PhD program must take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Records Examination (GRE) and request that the scores be sent directly to Georgia Tech using institution code HWK-54-07 for the GMAT and 5248 for the GRE. GMAT or GRE scores older than five years will not be accepted.Read More
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Online Application for Graduation (OAG) for Undergraduate Students. In order to graduate from Georgia Tech, a student must first submit an application for graduation. This guide shows how to use the Online Application for Graduation (OAG).Read More