Georgia Institute Of Technology: Atlanta, Georgia

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  • Georgia Tech's School of Polymer, Textile & Fiber Engineering (PTFE) offers graduate degrees with a specialization in polymers to put you at the top of a growing field. more >

  • Offering Ph.D. and M.S. in Biology, as well as M.S. in Bioinformatics. more >

  • Industrial/Organizational psychology is concerned with the application, extension, and development of psychological principles, data, and methodology for the description of behavior in environments created by manufacturing, commercial, industrial, gover... more >

  • The two-year Master of City Planning degree is the accredited professional degree and is accepted by the American Institute of Certified Planners as the educational basis for membership. more >

  • Environmental Hydraulics is the study of fluid motions in rivers, lakes, estuaries, coastal waters, groundwater and air that relate to problems connec... more >

  • The School of Applied Physiology at the Georgia Institute of Technology emphasizes the physiology of movement: motor planning and control, the mechani... more >

  • The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) offers graduate programs in the geosciences leading to the degrees Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in four areas of specialization: geochemistry, geophysics, atmospheric chemistry, and atm... more >

  • In addition to traditional areas of chemical engineering, present faculty pursue research in advanced materials especially polymers, composites, and microelectronics. Continued development of research programs in these and other areas complement the exp... more >

  • The vital importance of technology in our lives argues powerfully that we understand it in the broadest possibleterms. Consequently, at the Georgia Institute of Technology we have linked a long tradition of engineering andscience education with new inte... more >

  • A multidisciplinary program focusing on applied cognition. Degrees are granted in subject areas, with a certificate awarded in cognitive science. more >

  • Environmental Engineering at Georgia Tech provides unique educational and research opportunities in the fields of water quality and treatment, wastewa... more >

  • The Quantitative Psychology Program emphasizes the interface between quantitative methods and psychological issues. more >

  • An engineering psychologist is an applied scientist who develops knowledge concerning the abilities and limitations of humans to sense, store, and pro... more >

  • Georgia Tech, an internationally renowned institution dedicated to quality education and innovative research, offers MBA students the opportunity to tailor their curricula to meet their career goals. In addition to the functional core courses, MBA stude... more >

  • The primary aim of the graduate program in physics is to train innovative and productive scientists with a thorough knowledge of basic physics and the ability to effectively approach original research problems in academia and industry. Major areas of re... more >

  • The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers outstanding graduate level academic and research programs in all areas of electrical and computer engineering. This is encompassed by ten technical interest areas which include: bioengineering, co... more >

  • The Master of Science in Digital Media (DM) is a 2 year arts and humanities based program offering advanced study in digital media design and critique, preparing students for leadership positions as designers, producers and critical analysts in an evolv... more >

  • The School of Public Policy at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in Atlanta was founded in 1991, focusing on technology-intensive public policy fields including science and technology policy, information and communication policy, environmen... more >

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