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Georgia Institute of Technology School of Computer Science
Established 2007[1]
Type Public
Chair Ellen Zegura
Faculty 40[2]
Location Atlanta, Georgia,  United States

The School of Computer Science is an academic unit located within the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). It conducts both research and teaching activities related to computer science at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These activities focus on the roots of the computing discipline, including mathematical foundations and system building principles and practices.[1]



The School of Computer Science was formed in February 2007, when the former Computing Science and Systems Division was renamed and promoted to "School" status. Along with its sibling academic unit, the School of Interactive Computing, the School of Computer Science represents the first time a college-level computing program has delineated the field into separate but related bodies of study.[1]

Degrees offered

The School of Computer Science offers bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees in several fields.[3] These degrees are technically granted by the School's parent organization, the Georgia Tech College of Computing, and often awarded in conjunction with other academic units within Georgia Tech.


Doctoral degrees

Master's degrees

Bachelor's degrees

  • B.S. in Computer Science

Notable faculty

College of Computing Building


Klaus Advanced Computing Building

The School of Computer Science's administrative offices are located in the College of Computing Building on Georgia Tech's Central Campus. Additionally, many College of Computing faculty and graduate students had offices in this building until recently.[4] In 2006, the Klaus Advanced Computing Building, donated by Georgia Tech alum Chris Klaus, was completed to provide additional offices, laboratories, and classrooms for the College of Computing.[5] Many School of Computer Science personnel, including the chair, Ellen Zegura, have since moved to the superior facilities in the Klaus Building.[6]

See also


External links

Coordinates: 33°46′39″N 84°23′46″W / 33.777524°N 84.396128°W / 33.777524; -84.396128


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