- Concentration Overview
- Declare a Concentration
- Concentration Curricula and Informational Videos
- Faculty Advising for Concentrations
- Concentrations are available starting with the 2012-2013 ME Curriculum and subsequent catalog years. Students graduating under earlier curricula (catalog years) are not eligible for concentrations.
- Concentrations are optional, not required.
- Concentrations are 15 hours of classes and the classes typically satisfy the Design Elective, the ME Elective and 9 hours of free electives.
- Concentrations are different than minors because they allow students to specialize in a particular area within ME.
- Classes used for a concentration may not be used towards a minor or an additional concentration.
- Students are only allowed to earn one concentration.
- Concentrations currently do not show up on your transcript, but they may be on your transcript in the future. Concentrations do not show up on your diploma.
- If necessary, change your catalog year to the Effective Catalog Year in the chart below or a later catalog year. You can change your catalog year by filling out a change of major form.
- The Effective Catalog Year for each concentration is in the chart below and indicates the earliest catalog year that the concentration is available.
- This is only required for students who started at Georgia Tech prior to the effective catalog year.
- Students on the 2011-2012 catalog year and any earlier catalog year are not eligible to complete a concentration.
- Students who want to pursue the Nuclear Energy concentration must graduate summer 2014 or later.
- Click here for information about catalog years.
- Declare your concentration in OSCAR. This must be done before you apply to graduate.
During fall 2013, the ME department held two types of meetings about the concentrations; overview meetings and detailed meetings. Most of these meetings were recorded. The overview meetings are about 5 minutes and give an introduction to the concentration. The detailed informational meetings are 15-25 minutes and go into much greater details including classes, jobs and research in each concentration.
|Concentration Curriculum||Catalog Year Effective|
Overview Meeting Videos
|Automation and Robotics||2012-2013||Click here||n/a|
|Thermal, Fluid, and Energy Systems||2012-2013||Click here||Click here|
|Micro- and Nano- Engineering||2012-2013||Click here||Click here|
|Mechanics of Materials||2013-2014||Click here||Click here|
Faculty members have volunteered to meet with students to discuss the concentrations. The faculty members are available to discuss:
- The best selection of classes to reach your personal goals for the concentration.
- The types of jobs that are available within the concentration.
- Research opportunities available in the concentration.
- Benefits of the concentration.
In order to meet with a faculty member students need to:
- Watch the videos about the concentration of interest prior to meeting with the faculty member.
- Prepare a potential plan of classes and have specific questions prepared prior to attending the meeting.
Schedule for fall 2017:
- Thermal, Fluid and Energy Systems with Dr. Yoda
- Friday, October 28 from 9-10 AM in Love room 207
- Wednesday, November 2 from 4-5 PM in Love room 207
- Nuclear Energy with Dr. Petrovic
- Monday, November 7 from 11-11:45 AM in Boggs Building room 3-07
- Automation and Robotics
- Design with Dr. Choi
- Friday, October 28 from 3-5 PM in Marc 260
- Friday, November 4 from 3-5 PM in Marc 260
- Micro and Nano-Engineering
- Mechanics of Materials