Georgia Tech offers 47 master’s degree programs, with degree options in virtually every science- and engineering-related discipline, as well as technology-focused degrees in areas such as business administration, public policy, international affairs, economics, and more. Our master’s programs offer excellent preparation for pursuing a doctoral degree or for employment in the academic, government, or corporate arenas.
College of Architecture
Master of Architecture
Focus: preparing students for the professional practice of architecture, providing flexibility for those who have an undergraduate degree in architecture as well as those who have a degree in a field other than architecture.
Master of City and Regional Planning
Focus: preparing students to excel as professionals capable of understanding and resolving complex urban planning problems through a curriculum that gives students a broad understanding of the urban and regional environment as well as a foundation of skills needed to plan for this environment.
Master of Industrial Design
Focus: offering an inclusive design approach that is dedicated to the creation and development of products, systems, services, and environments that are usable as well as responsive to individual and collective needs in an increasingly diverse population.
Master of Science in Building Construction and Facility Management
Focus: providing management-based education for industry professionals through a holistic approach to business processes that integrates coursework, seminars, and hands-on learning and equips them with the resources they need for leadership in their professional careers.
Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology
Focus: preparing students for the acquisition, management, analysis, and dissemination of information that is spatially referenced to locations on, above, and below the surface of the earth.
Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction
Focus: providing students with the practical, interdisciplinary skills and theoretical understanding they will need to become leaders in the design, implementation, and evaluation of the computer interfaces of the future.
Master of Science in Music Technology
Focus: examining how recent technological developments in areas such as music recording, compression, distribution, and playback have fundamentally changed musical practices and preparing students to meet the need in industry and academia for music and audio technologists able to design, develop, and creatively employ the next generation of musical performances, products, and services.
Master of Science in Urban Design
Focus: expanding upon students’ previous professional education and experience as architects, landscape architects, city planners, or civil engineers to prepare them to enter urban design practices either in private firms or public agencies.
Master of Science with a major in Architecture
Focus: offering a non-professional program of advanced study oriented toward advanced practice, scholarship, and research.