Summer Minors

Gain a competitive edge with a minor added to your declared major. A minor can enrich your area of study and/or give you the freedom to develop the skills in a subject you love. Upon graduation, you will demonstrate a breadth of knowledge that can help you stand out from the crowd. And if you're considering graduate school, a minor can bolster your application.

Benefits:

  • Access to high demand courses
  • An accelerated program of study
  • Build a foundation for graduate study
  • Broaden perspectives regarding career options
  • Focus on core courses
  • Stay on track with major
  • Efficient method to complete minor

Make your summer count by choosing one of the following minor options:

The following minor options are being offered to assist students who may not have the flexibility to pursue a minor during their fall and spring semesters. For information on how to apply to these minors, please contact the departments directly.

Summer Minors

Industrial Design

Industrial Design

Students from across campus can complete an Industrial Design Minor to strengthen their skills and understanding of creative problem solving as it relates to design.  The ID Minor provides and introduction to basic competency in sketching and visualization; an understanding of design methods and human factors and a chance to apply this knowledge to a practical design studio problem. This minor will provide interested students from other disciplines at Georgia Tech accelerated access to the graduate program in Industrial Design. Learn more 

Computing and Intelligence

For those students majoring in disciplines other than computer science who wish to gain a deeper understanding of computing and its applications, the College of Computing offers the minor in computer science. Learn more

Economics

The School of Economics offers a Minor in Economics for students in all disciplines at Georgia Tech. The minor program provides a foundation in economic analysis and decision-making that is especially valuable for students in engineering and the natural and physical sciences, as well as students considering graduate work in law, public policy, or business administration. It should also be attractive to students who wish to broaden their education and to better understand the forces that shape the modern world. Learn more

Spanish

This program is designed for students who wish to develop their language skills to at least an intermediate level in Spanish, and who wish to gain a greater depth of knowledge about the language and culture. Learn more

History

For students who want to broaden their educations, the study of history provides a context for understanding the world and develops analytical abilities, verbal and written communications skills, and the critical thinking that is the bedrock of active citizenship. Learn more

Sociology

The study of sociology develops analytical abilities, verbal and written communication skills, and invaluable critical tools for understanding the contemporary world. Sociology is good preparation for a broad array of careers, including business, education, public administration, and social work. Learn more

Social Justice

The minor in Social Justice (SJ) is for undergraduate students who are interested in incorporating an in-depth awareness of social issues into their fields of study and careers. Students develop the analytic skills, social understanding, and creative mindsets needed to become informed, ethical, and innovative problem solvers and leaders in an increasingly global and technological world. Learn more