See the list below for classes & competitions that are offered, keeping in mind that this list is not all inclusive.
Capstone Design is a culminating course offered to undergraduate students in several disciplines at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Students work in teams to design, build, and test prototypes with real world applications. Read more
|Atlanta Data Science for Social Good (DSSG) - College of Computing|
DSSG is an intensive, ten-week internship experience that blends data science and technology design. Read more
|Computing For Good - College of Computing|
Computing for Good, or C4G, centers on the use of computing as a platform for improving the human condition. Read more
|Health Informatics on FHIR - College of Computing & OMSCS|
Through this course even non-technical students can gain proficiency in health informatics: the application of computing to healthcare delivery, public health and community-based clinical research. Read more
|CREATE-X - Scheller School of Business|
CREATE-X is a faculty-led, student-focused initiative to instill entrepreneurial confidence in Georgia Tech’s students. It provides students the knowledge, skills, abilities, and experiences to confidently pursue entrepreneurial opportunities. It consists of the programmatic elements of LEARN-MAKE-LAUNCH. Click here to learn more.
|TI:GER - Scheller School Of Business|
The Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER®) program is a unique approach to preparing students for the challenges of commercializing new technologies and delivering innovative products to the marketplace. Read more
|SimTigrate Design Lab Courses - College of Design|
SimTigrate Design Lab is an interdiscinplinary lab using research and simulation to improve medical experience and quality, patient safety, and ultimately patient outcomes. Read more
|CIC - Convergence Innovation Competition|
The Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC) is a bi-annual competition that encourages students to create innovative, viable products and experiences. Read more