TECH REQUIREMENTS

GT Core Required Courses: 57 hours

WELLNESS(2 hours)

All undergraduate students attending Georgia Tech must satisfactorily complete a wellness requirement (APPH 1040, 1050, or equivalent).

MODERN LANGUAGE(3 hours)

Modern language course, 2000 level or higher.

ETHICS ELECTIVE(3 hours)

Ethics course, 2000 level or higher from the GT core curriculum list.

ENGLISH(6 hours)

Introductory courses ENGL 1101 and 1102

HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS(6 hours)

Students must take six credit hours in other courses with the humanities or fine arts attribute.

U.S. HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS(3 hours)

The state of Georgia requires all students to take a course on the government and history of the United States. Any one of the following courses will fulfill this requirement: HIST 2111, HIST 2112, INTA 1200, POL 1101, or PUBP 3000.

SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES(9 hours)

Students must take six hours of Social Sciences and 3 hours of an International Social Science. A comprehensive list can be found here.

MATHEMATICS(8 hours)

Students must complete a math core sequence, usually two courses in MATH 1711 and 1712 but students may also do an all-Calculus sequence resulting in 3 courses.

For more information on Mathematics credits, click here.

LAB SCIENCE(8 hours)

Students take two of the following eight courses: BIOL 1510, BIOL 1520, CHEM 1211K, CHEM 1212K, CHEM 1310, EAS 1600, EAS 1601, EAS 2600, PHYS 2211 or PHYS 2212.

INTRO TO COMPUTING(3 hours)

Students complete either CS 1315, CS 1301, or a computer programming course approved as satisfying the general education requirements in computer literacy.

SCIENCE OR COMPUTING ELECTIVES(6 hours)

LMC students are required to take an additional two courses in either science, computing, or a combination of the two.

FREE ELECTIVES(14 hours)

LMC requires that students complete an additional 14 hours of free electives to broaden their education, to complete research projects, internships, and study abroad courses, and to prepare themselves for careers and postgraduate education. Many students choose to apply free electives towards a minor.