The School of Computational Science and Engineering has several options for the prospective master’s student, including a Master of Science in the CSE discipline itself. CSE also participates as an equal partner with its sister schools in the College of Computing’s hallmark M.S. in Computer Science in both its forms, the on-campus program and the much-heralded online M.S. in Computer Science.
The options don’t stop there: In 2014, CSE partnered with the Scheller College of Business to launch an M.S. in Analytics degree, a one-year program that leverages Georgia Tech’s strengths in statistics, operations research, computing, and business. And, true to CSE’s interdisciplinary nature, the School also helps manage M.S. degrees in bioengineering and bioinformatics.
If you’re looking to burnish your professional credentials with a computing-related master’s degree, we’ve got great options for you.