Tag: Curriculum

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Course Numbering System

Information about the four-digit system for numbering courses.

Institute Curriculum Committees (ICC)

Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Members

The Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee shall be composed of representatives of the Administration, the Academic

Course Descriptions

Course descriptions summarize basic information about the classes offered by the Institute's many academic units.

The Catalog is Georgia Tech's authoritative source of information regarding academic policies and degree requirements.

Minors, Certificates, and Special Degree Options

Minors

Change/Addition of Minor Form

In order for a Change/Addition of Minor Form to be processed, the form must be completed by the student, signed by all appropriate offices, and submitted to the Registrar's Office in room 104 of the Tech Tower (Administration Building) or faxed to 404-894-0167.

Degree Program Coordinators

Responsibility for degree program coordination, curriculum development, and curriculum review rests with faculty degree program coordinators. These faculty are designated by their respective school chairs or deans within the academic unit (school or college) offering a given major. Depending on the school or college, degree program coordinators may have a variety of titles including, but not limited to, graduate coordinator, undergraduate coordinator, associate chair, director, assistant dean, or associate dean.

Research Option for Undergraduate Students

The Research Option offers students the opportunity for an in-depth, long-term research experience that culminates in a final paper or thesis.

International Plan

The International Plan is a challenging undergraduate academic program aimed at developing a student's global competence within the context of their major. It is an optional degree-long program that integrates overseas experiences, language proficiency, and globally-focused coursework into any participating major at Georgia Tech. It builds on existing undergraduate degree requirements and international opportunities and is intended to be completed within the normal time frame of a four-year undergraduate degree.

Undergraduate-Level Certificate Guidelines

Certificates are intended to encourage students to use the elective course requirements in their degree program to form a coherent package of coursework in a specified area.

Graduate-Level Certificate Guidelines

Certificates are intended to encourage students to use the elective requirements in their degree program to form a coherent concentration of coursework in a specified area.

Degree Requirements

The requirements for bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctorate degrees are outlined in the Catalog.

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