- About the College
- Future Students
- Current Students
Make your degree "you."
Traditionally, computer science students traverse two years of skill and knowledge development before they apply what they are learning to their own goals and career trajectory. With Threads, the revolutionary CS curriculum developed by the College of Computing, students combine regular computer science instruction with classes related to particular areas of application.
The result is an intensely focused undergraduate program tailored to a student’s interests and real-world opportunities. Threads sets the standard for the future of computer science education in the United States.
Threads allows you to create your own individual computing degree. The College currently defines requirements for eight threads as listed below. Follow each link to learn more about the thread, its requirements and the resources available to learn more about projects or programs related to that thread.
Find out which threads are right for you! Follow the links below to watch videos highlighting the individual threads or explore the courses you might take in each thread.
The 8 Threads
Create devices embedded in physical objects that interact in the physical world
Represent, transform, transmit, and present information
Build top-to-bottom models of rational agents human-level intelligence
Build systems in order to exploit computing's abilities to provide creative outlets
Represent natural and physical processes
Design, build, and evaluate systems that treat the human as the central component
Create computer architectures, systems and languages
Discover the theoretical foundations underlying a wide range of computing disciplines
- Future Undergraduates
- What is Computing?
- What's Different at GT?
- Your Life Here
- BS Computer Science
- BS Computational Media
- Minor in Computer Science
- Minor in Computational Data Analysis
- Minor in Scientific and Engineering Computing
- Financial Aid Options
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