An undergraduate minor is a defined program of study outside the student's major field. Minors are intended to broaden the student's education by encouraging and officially recognizing knowledge obtained by the student in fields other than their major.
Minors are typically offered by Schools which also offer a major. A program of study for the minor is outlined and it may include more than one option or "track". Tracks allow students to focus on an aspect of the academic field that is of particular interest to them. It is expected that there will be depth of the program of study and that specific educational objectives will be met upon completion of the minor.
Other minors are offered where there is no undergraduate degree granting program at Georgia Tech. These minors cover fields which are inherently multidisciplinary; i.e., ones that are covered in part by multiple degree granting academic programs. Multidisciplinary minors require particularly broad Programs of Study which include courses from multiple Schools and/or Colleges.
Computational Data Analysis
Computing and Management
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
- Program of Study - Climate Change Track
- Program of Study - Earth System Physics Track
- Program of Study - Environmental Chemistry Track
- Program of Study - Environmental Science Track
- Program of Study - Geophysics
- Program of Study - Meteorology Track
- Program of Study - Ocean Sciences Track
Engineering and Management
Film and Media Studies
Health, Medicine, and Society
Law, Science, and Technology
Materials Science and Engineering
Multidisciplinary Design/Arts History
Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
Science, Technology, and Society
Scientific and Engineering Computing
Women, Science, and Technology