FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How many different programs does School of Literature, Communication and Culture (LCC) offer? [back to top]

School of Literature, Communication and Culture offers two undergraduate programs: Science, Technology and Culture B.S. and Computational Media B.S.; and three graduate programs (Digital Media M.S., Human-Computer Interaction M.S., and Digital Media M.S.


Do you have any minors or certificate programs? [back to top]

School of Literature, Communication and Culture (LCC) offers three unique minors and three unique certificates for the undergraduate students:

Minors
- Film and Media Studies
- Performance Studies
- Woman, Science and Technology

Certificates
- American Literature and Culture
- Film Studies
- Literary and Cultural Studies


Where is the school located? [back to top]

The School of Literature, Communication and Culture is located at the Skiles Building, which is at the east side of the Georgia Tech campus. The full address is:

686 Cherry St., Atlanta, GA, 30332-0165

You may refer to the campus map for more information.


What do all these abbreviations mean? [back to top]

DM: Digital Media
D-Ped: Digital Pedagogy
HCI: Human-Computer Interaction
IDT: Information Design & Technology (former name for the Digital Media Program)
LCC: Literature, Communication and Culture
STAC: Science, Technology and Culture


I have an update/issue about one particular School of Literature, Communication and Culture web page. Whom should I contact? [back to top]

Please use our contact form.


I would like to apply for a job at the School of LCC. Where can I get information? [back to top]

Please refer to the Georgia Tech Office of Human Resources website.


How do I find contact information about students, faculty, Brittain Fellows, staff, and alumni? [back to top]

You may refer to the people directory pages for students, faculty, Brittain Fellows, staff, and alumni.


What is the size of the faculty? [back to top]

As of 2007, 41 full-time teaching faculty of all ranks serve the students in the School of Literature, Communication and Culture.


How many students attend School of LCC? [back to top]

As of 2007, we have 295 undergraduate and 59 graduate students in the School of Literature, Communication and Culture.


Where can I get more information about the School of Literature, Communication and Culture figures of statistics? [back to top]

You may refer to the fact book or highlights pages.