Georgia Tech offers more than 35 undergraduate majors and more than 55 minors, with degree options in virtually every science- and engineering-related discipline, as well as technology-focused degrees in areas such as business, public policy, sports, pre-professional, and more. Our undergraduate degree programs take a multidisciplinary, collaborative, and global approach to education that stresses innovation and problem solving, with the majority of classes taught by experienced professors.
College of Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
Focus: providing students with a general background for either employment in industry or government laboratories, or advanced study in graduate school at the end of four years. The program stressing the theoretical, experimental, and design aspects of aerospace engineering.
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Focus: integrating the life sciences and engineering and applying the results of that integration to the field of medicine.
Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Focus: providing the basics of biomolecular engineering while allowing flexibility for the student to pursue other areas of chemical engineering such as microelectronics, materials, and the environment.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Focus: providing a curriculum that allows graduates to enter professional practice as a civil engineer or to continue studies leading to advanced degrees in related disciplines such as construction engineering and management, environmental engineering, environmental hydraulics, geotechnical engineering, hydrology, materials, structural engineering and mechanics, transportation, and water resources planning and management.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Focus: providing a curriculum that emphasizes digital design, computer architecture, computer networks and internetworking, and computer applications.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Focus: engineering analysis and design concepts with sufficient flexibility to incorporate the study of areas such as analog electronics, bioengineering, computer engineering, systems and controls, microsystems and nanosystems, electronics packaging, digital signal processing, optics and photonics, electrical energy, electromagnetics, and telecommunications.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
Focus: providing students with the fundamental knowledge of scientific disciplines and engineering principles that are used to address emerging environmental issues such as sustainable air, water, and land resources; human health; and environmental restoration.
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
Focus: blending mathematics, physical sciences, and business applications to form a program of study built on probability, optimization, statistics, computing, economics, and psychology.
Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
Focus: combining traditional instruction in ceramic, metallurgy, and polymer and fiber science and engineering with modern materials including nano-, bio-, composite, electronic, and optical and magnetic materials.
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Focus: educating students in the use of basic mechanical engineering principles to reach optimal design solutions for engineering problems.
Bachelor of Science in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
Focus: providing students with the basic principles of nuclear engineering, nuclear reactor core design, reactor systems engineering, nuclear power economics, reactor operations, radiation sources and detection instruments, radiation transport, radiation protection, criticality safety, regulatory requirements, and radioactive materials management.