PDO Course List

GT – Shenzhen PDO Course List

GT-Shenzhen PDO courses mirror the courses listed on the GT-Shenzhen MS ECE program website as much as possible. Once accepted, please visit this page to set up a GTPE user account. To sign up for a PDO course, students must complete a Non-Credit Course Agreement Form before registration. Please complete the entire form in English (include your GT ID#) and email Mr. Yizhan Chen.  Repeat the process if you have course changes. PDO students can only take one course per semester unless they have already met the English proficiency requirement for the intended GT degree program.

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SUMMER 2022 PDO Courses

Start date: May 16; End date: August 4

CEE 6314 “Fundamentals of Environmental Modeling and Mathematics”
Instructor: Prof. Wenlong Zhang

CEE 6331 “Biological Processes”
Instructor: Prof. Jianfeng Zhou

CEE 6350 “Advanced Environmental Chemistry”
Instructor: Prof. Wenlong Zhang

CSE 6242Data & Visual Analytics”
Instructor: 
Prof. Mengmeng Liu
No major restriction during summer

ISYE 6669 “Deterministic Optimization”
Instructor: Prof. Yuang Chen

ISYE 6739 “Basic Statistical Methods”
Instructor: Prof. Yuang Chen

ECE 6250 “Advanced Digital Signal Processing” (via streaming video)
Instructor:  Prof. David Anderson

ECE 6500 “Fourier Techniques and Signal Analysis” (via streaming video)
Instructor:  Prof. Ali Adibi

ECE 6550 “Linear Systems and Controls” (via streaming video)
Instructor:  Prof. Yorai Wardi

Each course earns 3.0 CEUs (continuing education units). The course titles have (NonCredit) in them to emphasize that the enrollees are non-degree students at the moment. The CEUs are “credits” for professional education.

Once the student becomes a degree seeking student at GT-Shenzhen, up to 9 CEUs can be transferred to the degree program to account for degree credit.  Please see https://pe.gatech.edu/transcript-request-form to request transcripts two weeks after the end of the semester.