Because of synergies, the two teams on what and how we teach and learn have been combined into one subcommittee, "Redesigning Education."
- Add new areas of study to equip students with greater adaptability and flexibility to succeed in a global environment. Examine new languages, culture studies, policy studies, law, medicine, and other health-related areas, critical thinking skills, humanities, etc. needed by Georgia Tech graduates in the future in order to adapt and succeed in 2035.
- Broaden the curriculum so that students can develop a broader range of capabilities without losing the focus and rigor of a technological university.
- Provide more opportunities for experiential learning in the curriculum, including study-abroad programs and ways of getting international experience.
- Engage students in research and other real-world applications to hone their knowledge and skills, and adequately prepare them for their careers.
- Explore the use of tools and experiential learning to help equip students for success, and as part of Georgia Tech's commitment to innovation.
- Provide academic rigor to cope with uncertainty, lifelong learning skills.
- Capitalize on appropriate use of educational technology.
- Address faculty/student ratio, the mix of graduate and undergraduate students, an analysis of how students really learn today, and the potential roles of technology in that process.