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Where Can I Study?

Graduate Where Can I Study

Graduate students have the flexibility to pursue studies and work experience in a variety of enriching settings from Atlanta, the startup hub of the southeast, to Shenzhen, China’s financial and tech capitol.

Main Campus – Atlanta

ECE faculty, students, and staff are housed in 10 different buildings on the main Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to the 20-plus research centers within the School, ECE faculty and students also work closely with all nine interdisciplinary research institutes on campus. Learn more about the Atlanta campus.

International Study

Many international programs are available to ECE graduate students in order to broaden their personal, professional, and intellectual horizons. Students may participate in the following international programs: Georgia Tech Lorraine, Georgia Tech Shenzhen, study abroad programs through the Office of International Education, and the Global Internship Program. Learn more about these international opportunities.

Distance Learning

Georgia Tech offers M.S./M.S.E.C.E. degrees and a Professional Master’s Degree in Applied Systems Engineering through an online program administered through the Office of Professional Education.

Off-campus students may elect to take classes via video, Internet, or in a combination of the two formats, allowing them to study these materials at any time of day and at any place. Faculty members who teach these courses interact with students via telephone, fax, and email.

Students may pursue options in computer engineering, telecommunications/digital signal processing, and electrical energy/systems and controls. Learn more about this degree program.

Last revised October 13, 2015