Master's Students

Students test samples in a lab in Bolivia during the Environmental Technology in the Developing World Course.

Our Master of Science degrees include advanced study in a professional discipline in one of five areas with civil and environmental engineering.

Students may opt to include a research experience in their course of study. Master's degrees are generally completed in a year and a half if no research is required for the degree or about two years for students who complete a thesis.

For official master's degree program requirements, refer to the Graduate Student Handbook.

Ph.D. student Marco Terzariol with pressure core characterization tools in the Particulate Media Research Lab. (Photo: Gary Meek)

 

Forms for Students Completing a Master's Thesis

 

(Links not working? The forms are also available on the Georgia Tech Grad Studies site.)