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AE 4699. Undergraduate Research. 1-12 Credit Hours.

Independent research conducted under the guidance of a faculty member.

Minor in Aerospace Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/minor-aerospace-engineering/

The School of Aerospace Engineering offers a minor in aerospace engineering for students majoring in all disciplines (other than AE) at Georgia Tech. In partnership with other units on campus, the School also offers interdisciplinary minors in the areas of energy systems, and scientific and engineering computing. The AE minor must comprise at least 15 credit hours, of which at least 9 credit hours are upper-division coursework (numbered 3000 or above). All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and must be completed with a grade of C or higher. Minor Program of Study & Guidelines AE website Minor Information Requirements Guidelines and Exceptions A maximum of 3 credit hours of AE 3355 / AE 4355 may be applied to satisfy the Minor. Maximum of 1 credit hour of research credit ( AE 2699 / AE 4699 ) may be used. No more than 6 credit hours of Special Topics courses may be included. If one credit hour research is taken, then only 5 credit hours of Special Topics is allowed. No Special Problems or Internship coursework may be used. Students may not use AE 3515 to satisfy their Minor requirements if they use ME 3015 or ECE 3085 to satisfy their Major requirements. A maximum of 3 semester hours of transfer credit may be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor. This includes courses taken at another institution or credit earned through the AP or IB program, assuming the scores meet Georgia Tech minimum standards. It is the major advisor’s responsibility to verify that students are using only courses from the designated block(s) from the student’s major field of study that are allowed to satisfy a minor program, that they are not using any Core Area A-E courses (including humanities and social sciences), and that they are not using any courses for more than one minor or certificate. Any free elective course used to satisfy the course requirements of the student’s major degree program may also be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor.

Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/aerospace-engineering-bs/

The first year focuses on coursework in the areas of chemistry, mathematics, physics, humanities, social sciences. The second year adds coursework in general engineering sciences and aerospace specific disciplines. The third and fourth years emphasize aerospace disciplines, vehicle systems integration and design, and Options courses that allow students to individualize their education.The undergraduate curriculum is designed to provide each student with a general background for employment in industry or government, or advanced study in graduate school at the end of four years. The program stresses the analytical, experimental, and design aspects of aerospace engineering. A certain degree of specialization is available to undergraduate students through the proper choice of Options and through a choice of air- or space-focused tracks. In addition, opportunities for undergraduate research and team competition courses are available, depending on the student's abilities and career objectives. Courses do not have to be taken during the specific semester indicated in the curriculum, but all prerequisites must be satisfied for each course. Advisement is encouraged before registration, with each student assigned a faculty advisor who remains the same for the full undergraduate program, unless the student requests a change. Students should consult with academic advisors for the availability of courses and recommended course sequences. Educational Objectives The undergraduate aerospace engineering degree program is designed to achieve the following objectives: Our graduates will be technically proficient and effective leaders and entrepreneurs. They will display high professional and ethical standards in aerospace engineering and related fields, and within industry, academia, and government. Our graduates will create new knowledge and engineering practices and develop products and services that have a global impact. They will collaborate with international partners and engage in culturally diverse teams. Our graduates will be life-long learners, continually developing their leadership, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. They will be actively engaged in the acquisition and advancement of knowledge and technical expertise through research and development, and through active participation in professional societies, graduate studies, conferences, and symposia. Our graduates will transfer the knowledge gained from their aerospace engineering degrees to new fields that intersect with aerospace engineering such as robotics, medicine, and clean energy. They will use their degrees as a launching point for careers in other professional fields such as law, medicine, and public service.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/electrical-engineering-bs/

...3902 , ECE 3903 , ECE 4699 , ECE 4811 , ECE...only subject codes of AE, BMED, CEE, CHBE...

Minor in Energy Systems

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/minor-energy-systems/

The School of Mechanical Engineering now offers a 15-hour multidisciplinary minor in Energy Systems. This minor is available to students majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Requirements include courses which provide depth in an area relevant to energy related to Mechanical Engineering. The minor also includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student's major but important to energy systems. A terminal "capstone" or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. Minor Program of Study & Guidelines Program of Study - Track for Aerospace Engineering Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with an overall grade-point average of at least 2.00. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include engineering courses covering a specific energy technology like solar or relevant engineering science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. Breadth courses may ordinarily serve as technical or free electives in the student’s program of study. However, courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy Core Areas A through E cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include engineering courses covering a specific energy technology like solar or relevant engineering science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Electrical and Computer Engineering Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include engineering courses covering a specific energy technology like solar or relevant engineering science. Any course on this list that is taken for ECE elective, engineering elective, or approved elective credit can count for this minor. 2 If used for EE Breadth credit, ECE 3070 and ECE 3071 cannot be used for this minor. 3 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. Breadth courses may ordinarily serve as technical or free electives in the student’s program of study. However, courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy Core Areas A through E cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor. 4 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Industrial and Systems Engineering Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include engineering courses covering a specific energy technology like solar or relevant engineering science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Mechanical Engineering Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include engineering courses covering a specific energy technology like solar or relevant engineering science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. Breadth courses may ordinarily serve as technical or free electives in the student’s program of study. However, courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy Core Areas A through E cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Economics (including EIA, and GEML) Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include economics courses covering economic analysis of complex systems. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Public Policy Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include economics courses covering economic analysis of complex systems. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. Breadth courses may ordinarily serve as technical or free electives in the student’s program of study. However, courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy Core Areas A through E cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Biology Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include science courses which cover energy science like biomass or other relevant basic science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Chemistry and Biochemistry Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. Courses at the 1000 level may NOT be used toward the minor. A maximum of 3 credit hours of Special Topics (in biochemistry) courses may be included in the minimum 15 credit hours of a minor program. A maximum of 3 credit hours of CHEM 4699 may be used toward the minor. All courses counting toward the minor must be completed with an overall average GPA of at least 2.0. All courses counting toward the minor must be completed with on a letter grade basis. A maximum of 3 credit hours of transfer credit may be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor. This includes courses taken at another institution or credit earned through the AP or IB program, assuming the scores meet Georgia Tech minimum standards. It is the major advisor’s responsibility to verify that students are using only courses from the designated block(s) from the student’s major field of study that are allowed to satisfy a minor program, that they are not using any Core Area A-E courses (including humanities and social sciences), and that they are not using any courses for more than one minor or certificate. Any free elective course used to satisfy the course requirements of the student’s major degree program may also be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include science courses which cover energy science like biomass or other relevant basic science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. Breadth courses may ordinarily serve as technical or free electives in the student’s program of study. However, courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy Core Areas A through E cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Program of Study - Track for Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Students The minor includes requirements for courses which cut across disciplines. These courses are intended to add breadth of knowledge in areas outside the student’s major but important to energy systems. A terminal “capstone” or project course provides an opportunity for students from multiple disciplines to work together in multidisciplinary teams on a significant project in the energy area. The breadth courses and the capstone project course, courses taken by all students completing the minor, require one or more prerequisites; specifically, basic economics, mathematics, and lab science courses. The minor must consist of at least 15 credit hours and all courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. A multidisciplinary or other minor may contain courses in a student’s major field of study. A maximum of 6 credit hours of such courses may be used to satisfy the course requirements for the minor, provided these courses are not also used to satisfy any course requirement in the student’s major degree program. All courses counting toward the minor must be taken on a letter-grade basis and completed with a grade of C (2.00) or better. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. Prerequisite Courses Students ordinarily pursue the minor upon completion of the needed prerequisites. However, the depth course requirements may be taken as soon as students have met the relevant prerequisites. The prerequisites needed for one or more of the courses required for the minor (breadth courses and the capstone project course) are (all existing courses): Requirements 1 The Depth Courses may have additional prerequisites; please check the current prerequisites . A list of acceptable courses which meet the depth requirement is provided by each major approving the minor. Depth courses may be taken in the student’s major to ensure the depth in that major needed to peruse a multidisciplinary minor. All acceptable depth courses must be consistent with the goals of the minor. Examples of acceptable courses include science courses which cover energy science like biomass or other relevant basic science. 2 Students should strive to complete the necessary prerequisites and the depth courses prior to enrolling in the breadth courses. However, depth courses may be taken concurrently with the courses taken to meet the breadth requirement. Breadth courses may ordinarily serve as technical or free electives in the student’s program of study. However, courses required by name and number and/or used to satisfy Core Areas A through E cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of a minor. All courses in the minor also must be 3000 level and above. 3 Ordinarily, students must complete all minor requirements before they can register for the Project in Energy Systems course. Additional Guidelines A maximum of 6 credit hours of Special Topics courses may be included in a minor program or the student may complete 3 credit hours of Special Topics and 3 credit hours of either Special Problems or Undergraduate Research. A maximum of 3 credit hours of transfer credit may be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor. This includes courses taken at another institution or credit earned through the AP or IB program, assuming the scores meet Georgia Tech minimum standards. It is the major advisor’s responsibility to verify that students are using only courses from the designated block(s) from the student’s major field of study that are allowed to satisfy a minor program, that they are not using any Core Area A-E courses (including humanities and social sciences), and that they are not using any courses for more than one minor or certificate. Any free elective course used to satisfy the course requirements of the student’s major degree program may also be used to satisfy the course requirements for a minor.

Minor in Robotics

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/minor-robotics/

AE/BMED/ME/ECE/CS 4699 Undergraduate Research in robotics or autonomous systems (3 hours...

The International Plan

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/academics/special-academic-programs/international-plan/

...Engineering AE 4350 / AE 4351 - IP or AE...Biochemistry CHEM 4699 - IP Biology BIOL 4699 - IP...