The Career Guide for the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs has been updated. It is available in T-square under Career Resources in the Pre-Job Search folder. It is an excellent resource to see the different fields available to International Affairs majors and the different companies that hire those majors. It is broken down… Continue reading APSIA Career Guide
The University System of Georgia Board of Regents has instituted a credit threshold for English and Math courses, to ensure that that students do not put off these basic skills courses until too late in their study plans. The general idea of general education is to have students master the basic skills they need in… Continue reading Course Scheduling – MATH and ENG classes
Learn more at one of the upcoming Town Hall Question and Answer Sessions! All students are required to review these changes before Phase I Summer/Fall Registration. Failure to do so will affect your ability to register for summer and fall classes!
A non-major cluster is a grouping of classes that are related or thematic, like Pre-law, Management, HTS, or Pre-health sciences. The purpose of the cluster is to give students a secondary area of specialization and provide additional depth to the undergraduate program. Students are encouraged to use cluster classes towards minors or certificates in other… Continue reading What is a Cluster?
INTA offers certificates in Asian Affairs, European Affairs, European Union Studies, Latin American Affairs and International Affairs. INTA/IAML/EIA majors are ineligible for the International Affairs certificate. A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of a predetermined, 12-hour cluster of courses approved by the INTA Advisor or a specific INTA faculty member. Students may apply for… Continue reading Certificates
Advance your Academic Career and Enjoy the Excitement of Summer in Atlanta! Georgia Tech is offering a summer session like no other in its history with hundreds of courses in Architecture, Computing, Engineering, Management, Sciences, and the Liberal Arts. Expanded schedule of Liberal Arts courses – more than 80 courses in both 5-week & 11-week… Continue reading Advance your Academic Career and Enjoy the Excitement of Summer in Atlanta!
Changing to INTA/IAML: Download the form from the Registrar’s website. If you are changing into INTA/IAML/EIA, please obtain the appropriate signatures from your current major advisor(s). Make an appointment to see the INTA Advisor to review the curriculum and program regulations. If additional signatures are needed, the INTA Advisor will notify you which advisor to… Continue reading How to Change Your Major
During the semester prior to the graduation semester, INTA and IAML students must meet with their advisor(s) to complete the degree petition, which notifies the registrar that the student is preparing to graduate. EIA students will meet with the School of Economics. Find out the process on the INTA website.