Program Structure - Electrical & Computer Engineering

Graduate courses are offered Fall or Spring semesters at Georgia Tech-Europe.

  • Fall and Spring: 9-12 semester hours 
  • Summer:  No courses offered

Language of instruction is English.

Students may pursue a thesis or non-thesis option, and 30 semester hours of coursework are required to graduate. 

Learn more about the graduate curriculum through the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering website.

Benefits to studying Electrical & Computer Engineering at GT-Europe

  • Diverse course offerings in several areas.
    • Nanotechnology courses with lab components in a state-of-the-art microfabrication facility.
    • Professor Larry Heck, co-inventor of Cortona, will teach a new course in Fall 2023 in machine learning for speech recognition.
  • Research opportunities in III-N optoelectronics and photonics.
  • Lower cost structure than in Atlanta - all graduate students pay in-state tuition.
  • Opportunities to discover Europe on long weekends.
  • Adds a global dimension to your degree

Dual-degree students from partner institutions

  • Contact the International Relations office at your school for information on eligibility to apply to Georgia Tech-Europe.
  • Reach out to Professor Bertrand Boussert with any questions related to the program.

Prospective non-dual degree students

  • Reach out to Professor Paul Voss and Outreach Manager, Allie Crain, if you are interested in spending a semester or more at GT-Europe as part of your MSECE curriculum.