Considering to apply for the graduate program in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech?
We welcome applicants having a bachelor's degree with backgrounds in natural sciences, mathematics, computer science, and/or engineering. You do not have to have a master's degree to enter into our Ph.D. program.
As research in EAS covers a wide range of disciplines, it is important that prospective students contact potential advisors to determine if their research interests and backgrounds are aligned well before the application deadline: January 1.
Georgia Tech and EAS are committed to support graduate student diversity on campus. The Graduate Admission Committee will no longer consider GRE scores for the admission decisions. Below please find important information regarding requirements, application process and financial assistance.
Follow the links below to learn more about Graduate Studies in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Georgia Tech!