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The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Tech is one of the nation's most prominent programs in both graduate and undergraduate civil and environmental engineering education.  Our programs provide a solid foundation in the fundamentals of engineering and science combined with technical expertise in specialized areas of the field.

The School has 50 tenure-track faculty members who are leading experts in their disciplines. Our faculty members lead academic instruction and research activities within the School.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE OPTIONS

BS/MS Degree Program

Before applying for the BS/MS Program, please contact Graduate Student Services.

Program Overview

Students participating in the BS/MS program have the opportunity to take graduate courses while they complete their undergraduate degree. This program is designed to attract top undergraduate students, especially students who demonstrate an interest in, and an ability for, additional education beyond the bachelor’s degree.

Who Should Apply?

CEE undergradute students are eligible to apply for the program after completion of 30 semester-credit hours at Georgia Tech and appropriate progress in their degree program. As a practical matter, you should apply for the program at least two semesters prior to graduation in order to take graduate level courses prior to receiving your BS degree.

Students must have a Georgia Tech GPA of 3.5 or higher for admission into the BS/MS program.

How the Program Works

Key components of the BS/MS program include:

  • Streamlined, early admission process to the master's program.
  • Eligibility to apply up to six credit hours of graduate-level coursework toward both degrees.
  • There is no obligation to complete your master’s degree if your plans change.

Students in the BS/MS program remain undergraduates until they meet the requirements for the undergraduate degree. Once you are accepted into the BS/MS program, you must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher to retain your graduate admissions status. Georgia Tech will officially enroll you as a graduate student after you receive your bachelor's degree and submit a transcript to the Office of Graduate Studies.

Questions about the BS/MS program? Contact CEE Graduate Student Services.

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