The Graduate Program at the School of Modern Languages is redesigning humanities education for the 21st century. We emphasize essential skills like communication, leadership, and global expertise while providing advanced training in a high-impact language and region (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean (NEW), Russian, or Spanish).
In our one-year M.S. in Global Media and Cultures and one-year M.S. in Applied Language and Intercultural Studies, students create a personalized professional portfolio through internships, research, media production, and study abroad. Our BS/MS program and doctoral minors offer these opportunities for current Georgia Tech undergraduates and PhD students. Join us to set yourself up for a successful career in international business, non-profit, media, social justice, education, and more.
Our curriculum is designed to prepare you to...
Create culture change.
Be an effective advocate.
Build inclusive communities.
Address today's global challenges.
Share untold stories.
Launch a global career.
Gain fluency and cultural expertise in a high-impact world region.
Learn how media, language, and culture shape human society and impact innovation.
Customize your education through hands-on experiences on campus and abroad.
Design and launch your dream career.
The Georgia Tech Difference
Our graduate program offers the resources and rigor of a top-tier research university, the personalized attention of a boutique liberal arts college, and the out-of-the-box flexibility of an up-and-coming hub for creative industries and global business.
Georgia Tech’s collaborations with universities, companies, and media organizations allow our students to conduct research, produce media, intern, or study abroad in over a dozen countries.
You choose the projects and advising team that can help you make an impact on the challenges, communities, and issues that matter to you.
Work closely with faculty to design internship and research experiences that fit your goals, as well as to create a resume and professional portfolio that positions you for success.
Our faculty are consistently recognized for their cutting-edge research, innovative teaching, and unrivaled collaboration with industry professionals.
Atlanta is a leading hub of global innovation, home to over 2,100 international businesses. The city is also the No.1 location for feature film production in the U.S. and has a vibrant music, theater, and media scene. International education is highly valued at Georgia Tech and is a crucial part of the campus culture. There is no better place to create the next step in your career.
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