No, ISyE does not allow double Master degrees.
Yes. Degree candidates must submit the Online Application for Graduation (OAG) prior to the last semester. See here: https://registrar.gatech.edu/info/online-application-graduation-oag-graduate-students.
Yes, students with GRA/GTA must be enrolled as a full-time student (12+ credit hours). See here for GRA/GTA policies: http://www.policylibrary.gatech.edu/student-affairs/graduate-student-enrollment-and-employment.
Students who seek the change degree programs will not be considered or granted admission into the new program before they have completed at least one full semester at Georgia Tech. Students seeking to change primary or secondary degree programs must submit an application to the ISyE Graduate Programs Manager at least four (4) weeks prior to the semester for which the change is sought.
Current Georgia Tech MS students may apply to change their major program into MSCSE-ISyE, MSHS, MSIE, MSOR, or MSSTATS-ISyE by submitting an updated CV, a statement of purpose, and at least two (2) recommendation letters from Georgia Tech faculty. These materials can be submitted directly to the ISyE Graduate Programs Manager for approval by the Faculty Lead Advisor of the ISyE degree program sought, the Director of MS Programs, and the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies.
Georgia Tech students pursuing the Ph.D. degree in other schools across campus who wish to earn a secondary degree within our MSCSE-ISyE, MSHS, MSIE, MSOR, or MSSTATS-ISyE programs should apply following the same process as above with the exception of the recommendation letters. We will ask for one (1) letter of recommendation from the dissertation research advisor authorizing and recommending the admission.
Current Georgia Tech MS students interested in changing majors into MS Analytics, MS Supply Chain Engineering, or MS QCF should consult directly with the Faculty Director of the appropriate program about opportunities for the transfer.
Tuition waivers will not reflect on student accounts until the student has registered full-time. Note: there is sometimes a small delay after registering.
If you believe there is an issue with your waiver, please contact your ISyE Graduate Programs Manager.
Georgia Tech students pursuing the Ph.D. degree in other schools across campus who wish to earn a secondary degree within our MSCSE-ISyE, MSHS, MSIE, MSOR, or MSSTATS-ISyE programs should apply by submitting an updated CV, a letter of recommendation from the dissertation research advisor authorizing and recommending admission, a statement of purpose, and the Graduate Change/Add a Major form. https://registrar.gatech.edu/info/change-majorlevel-form-graduate-students
Application materials should be submitted to the ISyE Graduate Programs Manager who will seek approval from the appropriate Faculty Lead Advisor of the MS degree program and the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies.
Students must follow the Graduate Internship Program application and approval process from the C2D2 website here: http://career.gatech.edu/graduate-student/application-process.
Students should pay close attention to their DegreeWorks record, as it can change throughout a semester. If you notice a discrepancy, or have any questions, please notify your Graduate Programs Manager in ISyE.
A Master student must have a minimum of 2.7 GPA to graduate. A Ph.D. student must have a minimum of a 3.0.
To request a course replacement students should complete and submit the Course Replacement form found at https://forms.isye.gatech.edu/. The program Faculty Lead Advisor as well as the Associate Chair for Graduate Studies must approve. Students will receive an email with the outcome.