Effective Fall, 2017, admitted freshmen will not be allowed to submit a request for a change of major until after the deadline for withdrawal from classes with a W grade in the first term of their enrollment. The change would be effective for the second term of enrollment. This includes a change of major within the student's current College. For freshmen admitted for Summer, the restriction is lifted after the withdraw deadline of their second semester of enrollment. All other restrictions also apply.
Catalog policy describes the one unrestricted major change available to students admitted as freshmen. The information in the section above references when the one unrestricted change of major for freshmen is allowed to occur. It is important to note that transfer students are not allowed an unrestricted change of major.
ISyE follows the Georgia Tech Change of Major rules with exceptions below.
ALL STUDENTS, (whether having accumulated 60 hours or not) who would like to change to the ISyE major must attend a Change of Major information session.
In addition to attending the Change of Major session, students must also satisfy the following:
Freshmen (non-transfers) are allowed one major change during the first 2 semesters of residence.
All others, including freshmen who have already changed their majors, students with more than two semesters in residence, and non-ISyE change of major candidates, must complete the following four GT courses:
* If you have transfer credit for these courses, ISyE will pick an appropriate substitute course for you to take. Please email Fran Buser.
Additionally, change of major candidates must:
Note: After a student attends the change of major session, ISyE will assist with permits for MATH 2603 and ISyE 2027 as needed.
Attention 2018-19 First Year students who want to change into ISyE:
You must attend the change of major session. See below to register. All the remaining 2018 sessions are full, however, you can attend any time during the Spring semester and still get your “free” major change as a first-year.
For the Spring semester, consider the following schedule suggestions: