Online Master's Degrees
Why Should You Earn an Online Master's Degree from Georgia Tech?
- Learn at a top-ranked university with all its graduate engineering and computer science programs consistently ranked in the top 10 of U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings
- Develop field competencies critical to leadership roles
- Study when it’s convenient for you
- Directly apply classroom material at work
- Meet the same academic standards as on campus
- Set yourself apart with a Georgia Tech degree
- Establish your own Georgia Tech connections
Our Online Master's Degrees
- Aerospace Engineering
- Computational Science and Engineering
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Information Security
- Mechanical Engineering
- Medical Physics
- Operations Research
Reach a level of expertise in one or more of the specialties important to advanced aerospace system design, development, manufacture, maintenance, and/or operation that allow industry and/or government employers to assign you increased responsibilities.
The School of Aerospace Engineering offers two masters of science, the M.S. of Aerospace Engineering and the M.S.
- The master of science in aerospace engineering is generally referred to as a "designated degree."
- The master of science is referred to as an "undesignated degree."
The only difference between these degrees is that the "designated degree" requires candidates to complete all coursework required for a bachelor of science in aerospace engineering. Learn more>
Computational Science and Engineering
Build upon your computational science and engineering foundational knowledge and skills with technical specialization courses that enhance your domain expertise. Exposure to other disciplines teaches students how common CSE concepts are utilized and applied in different domains.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Get the technical know-how to compete in the high tech industry of computer development. Our master’s degree course work is no different from the project deadlines, technical problems, and creative invention required to succeed in today's fast-paced world of technology.
Dig deeper into the inherent complexity of our problem domains and the sophistication and variety of our problem-solving methodologies. Learn how to better address the role of the human decision-maker as key contributor to the inherent complexity of systems and primary benefactor of the analyses.
The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers the M.S. in industrial engineering. Learn More>
Deepen your understanding of the technical and policy challenges faced in securing information technology-based systems. Advance yourself professionally in relevant, real world areas like cryptography, systems, software and network security, and security policies and strategies.
Learn methods of advanced analysis appropriate for professionals to use when solving problems. Learn to apply innovative techniques to solve problems. Develop skills pertinent to the research process, including your ability to formulate problems, to synthesize and integrate information, as well as work collaboratively and communicate effectively.
The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering offers the M.S. in mechanical engineering. Learn more>
Medical physics involves the application of physical principles to medicine, particularly in the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.
Georgia Institute of Technology with the Department of Radiation Oncology of the Emory University School of Medicine created a master of science in medical physics. Prepare for productive careers as medical physicists, consistent with the requirements recommended by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. Learn more>
Learn advanced methods to arrive at optimal or good decisions in complex problems and elicit a best possible solution to a problem mathematically to improve or optimize the performance of a system.
The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers the M.S. in operations research. Learn more>