The Civil War Round Table of Atlanta hosted members of Professor Sy Goodman’s Military History of the Civil War class for its monthly meeting at the...
Georgia Tech has one of the finest and vast array of study abroad programs in the United States, and the School of History, Technology, and Society (HTS)encourages its students to participate in them. For many students, spending time abroad is a life-altering experience and a path to a more rewarding career. HTS faculty and students are closely involved in major programs in Metz, France, and Oxford, England, as well as other programs in Australia, China, New Zealand, Spain, and elsewhere. Students interested in a term abroad should contact the Office of International Education for information about all of the options.
The International Plan (IP) is an innovative program that allows Georgia Tech students to receive a specially designated degree in recognition of their having completed a significant portion of their education abroad. Requirements specific to an HTS degree with the International Plan option are described fully in the general catalog. For information on the IP, visit http://www.internationalplan.gatech.edu/.
The Georgia Tech Work Abroad Program is an immersive academic program designed to complement a student's formal education with paid practical international work experience directly related to the student's major. The Work Abroad Program includes co-op, internship, and work experiences. These international work assignments are designed to provide the ultimate work experience to include practical training, cross-cultural exposure and learning, and acquisition of the skills that will set apart the participating students from their peers. Opportunities are available during summer, fall, and spring semesters. The Work Abroad program may also be used to satisfy requirements for the International Plan. For information, visit http://www.workabroad.gatech.edu/.