Division of Professional Practice
To gain work experience in their academic major and earn income while enrolled in the Georgia Tech undergraduate program, students are encouraged to consider programs offered by the Division of Professional Practice (DoPP) -- Cooperative Education (Co-op), Georgia Tech Internship Program (GTIP), and Work Abroad. Those programs offer students the opportunity to work co-op jobs and internships in the Atlanta area, across the United States and around the world, with employers ranging from small privately owned enterprises to major multinational corporations, governmental agencies, and nonprofit organizations.
For more information, visit the DoPP Web site, www.profpractice.gatech.edu.
Georgia Tech offers many study abroad and exchange programs to enable students to study in other countries for one or more semesters. Other study abroad opportunities are available through some of the programs housed in the Scheller College of Business. Students are allowed to receive Georgia Tech credit for the courses taken as part of approved abroad programs.
Visit the Office of International Education's website for more information.
Georgia Tech now offers the International Plan degree designation with the Bachelor of Science degree in Management. The International Plan is a degree-long program designed to develop global competence through completion of internationally focused courses and intensive language and study abroad experiences.
Learn more at the International Plan website.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
Georgia Tech undergraduate students have many opportunities to participate in research with faculty across campus. Students may earn course credit or salary for their work. Students can participate during any semester and at any time while enrolled in the undergraduate program. Visit the Georgia Tech Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program website for more information.
Visit the Business Administration page for Undergraduate Research