So, How About That Online Computer Science Degree?
It was last spring when Georgia Tech rocked the higher ed world.
In January 2014, in collaboration with AT&T and the educational organization Udacity, it introduced the Online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMSCS) — a degree from a No. 9-ranked computer science graduate program at one of America’s top 10 public universities — all for just an approximate cost of $6,600.
By: Roger Slavens
Images: Josh Meister
Since World War I, thousands of Georgia Tech students and alumni have served in the United States military. Some served their nation in times of war. Some served in times of peace. Some were drafted. Some volunteered. And some made the ultimate sacrifice and died fighting for their country.
Sinking His Teeth Into Dracula
Get the Gear, Support a Student
When you purchase officially licensed Georgia Tech merchandise, you do more than show the world your Yellow Jacket spirit. You’re also putting your dollars to work for Georgia Tech students and athletes. A percentage of every purchase goes to support academic and athletic scholarships, special programming, and community-building events.
Technology and the Future of Higher Education
The Digital Fabrication Lab
Stamps President's Scholars
Why should you apply Early Action? Three words:
Humans vs. Zombies
For one week a semester, Rachel Clark lives by two words: Be paranoid.
It’s not because of finals, class registration, or Dead Week — though the final item may seem applicable — but because flying socks and marshmallows are the norm and death lurks in every shadow and doorway.