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STEM Education Programs

Welcome to Georgia State University, and congratulations on your decision to pursue an education in a scientific or technological field. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program is here to help you make the most of your education – in the classroom, in the laboratory, and through internships.

In the links provided below you will find information on choosing classes, connecting with clubs and internships, and planning your career.  Most importantly, though, you will find people. STEM faculty members are internationally known researchers and are also concerned teachers and advisors who can answer your questions and help you pursue your goals.

Getting Started »

AP credit, placement exams, and frequently asked questions.

Academic Assistance »

Programs available to help STEM majors succeed in their pursuit of a degree.

Degree Requirements »

Degree requirements for each of the departments are found on the websites listed.

Scholarships in the Sciences »

Information concerning the HOPE Scholarship and science-related scholarship opportunities.

Graduation Requirements »

If you want or need to graduate in four years, you will need to plan your coursework carefully. Here are schedules to help you do so.

Academic Clubs »

Meet fellow majors and learn more about your field, including career opportunities.

Summer Programs and Internships »

Access to information about summer programs and internship opportunities.

Careers In the Sciences »

Information on a variety of career paths for STEM majors.

STEM Projects »

Learn about the many ways GSU faculty are working to improve STEM education.

Contact the STEM Office

587 Natural Science Center
50 Decatur Street
Atlanta, GA 30303

Phone: (404) 413-5563
Email: stemoffice@gsu.edu