Focus: bringing together students from mechanical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, human factors, systems analysis, and manufacturing backgrounds to learn and work in multidisciplinary teams on clinically relevant needs for new medical techniques and products.
Focus: integrating advanced study with specialization options in the areas of catalysis, reaction kinetics, complex fluids, microelectronics, microﬂuidics, optimization, bioinformatics, polymers, sustainable development, pulp and paper, separations, carbon capture, biomedicine, solar energy, thermodynamics, MEMS, environmental science, reaction engineering, cancer diagnostics and therapeutics, biofuels, air quality, modeling, and process synthesis and control.
Focus: integrating advanced study with specialization options in the areas of construction engineering; environmental engineering; environmental fluid mechanics and water resources; geosystems engineering; structural engineering, mechanics, and materials; and transportation systems engineering
Focus: combining the knowledge, skills, and practices associated with the study of computer-based models of natural phenomena and engineered systems with integrated principles from mathematics, computer science, and engineering to be able to create significant computational artifacts (e.g., software).
Focus: building on technical interest areas including bioengineering, computer engineering, digital signal processing, electrical energy, electromagnetics, electronic design and applications, microsystems, optics and photonics, systems and controls, and telecommunications.
Focus: advancing the study of scientific disciplines and engineering principles used to address emerging environmental issues such as sustainable air, water, and land resources; human health; and environmental restoration.
Focus: developing, applying, and disseminating new knowledge with respect to the analysis, planning, implementation, demonstration, and evaluation of operational and managerial systems for the delivery of health care services to the public.
Focus: advancing study and research in the development of new materials for the next generation of engineering applications: biomaterials, nanomaterials, ceramics, metals, polymers, and electronic materials.
Focus: advancing study and research in topics such as 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.
Focus: providing students with the practical skills and theoretical understanding they need to become experts in the formulation, implementation, and evaluation of models used by the financial sector to structure transactions, manage risk, and construct investment strategies.
Focus: providing a master’s-level curriculum that allows specialization in the areas of aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, aeroelasticity and structural dynamics, flight mechanics and control, propulsion and combustion, structural mechanics and materials behavior, and system design and optimization.
The one-year Master of Science in Analytics is an interdisciplinary degree program that leverages the strengths of Georgia Tech in statistics, operations research, computing, and business. Graduates will learn to integrate skills in a unique and interdisciplinary way that yields deep insights into analytics problems.
Focus: meeting the growing demand for business-savvy engineers who can design and synchronize highly complex global supply chains through study and research in analytical methods, supply chain engineering, and enterprise management.