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Admission to The Denning Technology & Management Program is highly competitive. The program is open to Georgia Tech undergraduate students in the Colleges of Business, Computing, Engineering, and Science.

Computer Science and IT Management majors are eligible for the Computing & Business minor. All other applicable majors will earn the Engineering & Business minor. College of Science students will receive a certificate of completion.

  • Sophomore-level business, computing, engineering, or science students with two or more years of academic study remaining at Georgia Tech
  • Students seeking a career in a technical, interdisciplinary, team-based environment
  • Students who enjoy challenges and hands-on experiences
  • 30 credits on your Georgia Tech transcript (AP credits count)
  • Four consecutive on-campus semesters of study remaining
  • A minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA
  • Co-op students are eligible for the program if the co-op position is located in the metro Atlanta area
  • Eligible students may study abroad only during the summer, before applying to the program, or after completing the program
  • Accepted students will enter the program in the fall semester and pursue a two-year course of consecutive study
  • An optional information session for prospective students will be scheduled for September 2014   
  • Written applications are accepted once a year (check back in August 2014 for details on exact dates)
  • The written application is an online form including essay questions
  • Selected applicants will be contacted to schedule an 30-minute interview with a T&M staff member
  • Accepted students will be notified of their acceptance in February 2015
  • Apply in late Fall 2014
  • Selected students will interview in Fall 2014 and January 2015
  • Accepted students attend Orientation, Dress for Success, and Welcome Picnic in Spring 2015
  • 1st Semester of classes in Fall 2015
  • 2nd Semester of classes in Spring 2016
  • 3rd Semester of classes and Pre-Capstone class in Fall 2016
  • 4th Semester of classes and Capstone Project in Spring 2017
  • Completion of the T&M Program in May 2017

Anne Lynch
Communications Program Manager