Sample and suggested 4-year plans and academic maps

Many majors have suggested or sample plans to complete the academic requirements for graduation.  It's important to remember that each student's academic experience is unique, and that your path to graduation will depend on factors such as your AP/IB, dual-enrollment and transfer credit; whether you study abroad, do the International Plan, are Pre-Health, or take summer classes; the addition of second majors, minors, or certificates; repeating or withdrawing from courses; adding co-op, internship, or research experiences; changing your major; and the number of credits you take each semester.  What's important is that you reflect on your goals and share these with your advisor, who can then help you design your academic plan.  The following links will take you to the suggested, sample plan, or similar information, for each major at Georgia Tech.  

Aerospace Engineering
Applied Language and Intercultural Studies
Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics
Biomedical Engineering
Business Administration
Civil Engineering
Computational Media
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Discrete Mathematics
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Economics and International Affairs
Economics (Global & Modern Languages)
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
History, Technology, and Society
Industrial Design
Industrial Engineering
International Affairs
International Affairs and Modern Languages
Literature, Media, and Communication
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Music Technology
Nuclear and Radiological Engineering
Public Policy