The application deadline for the MS Program in CSE is February 1st.
The CSE Master's degree is a joint program between the Colleges of Computing, Sciences and Engineering.
Georgia Tech’s Master’s degree in Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) prepares students for careers in industry, government, and academia. Students will be well prepared for position in industry in areas such as engineering software systems, web technologies (e.g. search or analysis of social networks), software for consumer product and drug design, and financial engineering, to mention a few. Graduates will be well prepared for positions in government (e.g., national laboratories) and with government contractors in software and systems for modeling and simulation, systems integration, data mining and visualization, high performance computing, and computational modeling. Graduates will be well prepared for staff positions in academia involving research concerned with the development and application of computational models in engineering, the sciences, and computing.
The interdisciplinary CSE MS degree program is jointly offered by the colleges of Computing, Engineering and Sciences. Participating units from these colleges include the Computational Science and Engineering Division; Department of Biomedical Engineering; and schools of Aerospace Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Mathematics.
The program is offered with the option to take portions, or in some instances, all of the coursework off-campus via Georgia Tech Professional Education.
The curriculum has been structured to impart students with solid CSE foundational knowledge and skills, and includes technical specialization courses that enhance a student's domain expertise. Advanced elective courses will enable students to specialize in a domain and technical expertise focusing on their particular interests. The optional thesis portion of the program requires completion of an interdisciplinary research project.