Program Structure - Computer Science

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 course option (non-thesis option), project, or thesis option, and 30 semester hours of coursework are required to graduate. Click here to explore the different options.

Learn more about graduate studies through the College of Computing.

Benefits to studying Computer Science at GT-Europe

  • Coursework is strongly oriented to Machine Learning.
    • Professor Larry Heck, co-inventor of Cortona, will teach a new course in Fall 2023 in machine learning for speech recognition.
  • Students can participate in research at the DREAM lab, a leader in autonomous environmental monitoring and autonomous non-destructive evaluation.
  • 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 MSCS curriculum.