Study Abroad/Exchange Programs
CM students are welcome to participate in any Georgia Tech led study abroad/exchange programs facilitated by the Office of International Education. There are five specific programs that Computational Media students should consider first, as the courses offered in these programs are most applicable to the CM degree. They are as follows:
You can also find relevant information on these programs and others via Atlas on the Office of International Education’s website.
CM majors may choose to participate in the International Plan. To earn the IP designation on their diploma, students must complete 9 hours of internationally-themed coursework, complete language classes to the 2002 level, and study or work abroad for a total of 26 weeks. This elite program prepares students to be more effective global citizens.