Dual Degree

To assist the many high school students seeking an educational experience combining a typical liberal arts program with a technological curriculum, Georgia Tech offers the Dual Degree Program. A dual degree student attends a participating liberal arts college for three years, then attends Georgia Tech for approximately two years. Upon completion of the program at Tech, the student receives degrees from both the liberal arts college and from Georgia Tech. A student's program of study at Georgia Tech may concentrate in any engineering program.

The list of colleges participating in the Dual Degree Program incorporates several units of the University System of Georgia, as well as Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, and approximately 25 other colleges and universities throughout the nation, including historically black colleges and women's colleges. Because of their classification as transfer students, Dual Degree Program applicants must meet all requirements for transfer admission and all other requirements as defined by the Office of Undergraduate Admission and the Dual Degree Coordinator at the partner institution.


For more information and a list of participating institutions, visit the Dual Degree Engineering Program website.