By accepting the invitation to join the Impact Living-Learning Community you will be required to take one of our GT1000 Impact sections. Those who take a GT1000 in the summer will not have to take another one and will choose a different Impact course from our course list below.
We also offer a CS 1100 course for all CS majors looking for GT 1000-related course for CS majors.
This course will be taken as part of your regular course load and is required to participate in the Impact LLC and live in the residence hall.
In the Spring semester, we will have other optional ENGL, SOC, LMC, HTS, and various other social science courses for you to choose from our course guide. Each Impact student should also consider enrolling in ENGL 1101 and 1102 unless they have completed one or both of these courses before entering Georgia Tech or during the summer session period. During the Impact second semester, we will recommend additional Impact-related ENGL 1101 and 1102 courses as well. After you satisfy the ENGL composition requirement, you may register for the listed humanities and/or social science courses offered respectively by SOC, LMC, and HTS.
Impact residents may also elect to enroll in the one-credit Special Topics Impact Scheller College of Business course linked with the Wednesday afternoon Impact Speaker Series; a student can take the listed Scheller Impact course up to three times and receive a maximum of three credits.
GT 1000 Impact Sessions
Impact GT 1000 - IM1 CRN: 91780 M
Impact GT 1000 - IM2 CRN: 87334 TH
CS 1100 Impact Sessions
CS 1100 - A1 CRN: 88045 M
CS 1100 - A2 CRN: 89707 F
CS 1100 - A3 CRN: 88046 F
English Courses (Optional)
ENGL 1101 - X Composing Access CRN: 82133 MW
ENGL 1101 - J2 Composing Access CRN: 80522 MW
ENGL 1101 - U Composing Access CRN: 80526 MW
ENGL 1101 - A2 This is fine – Humor, Media, & Climate Change CRN: 88879 MWF
ENGL 1101 - M “Who Tells Your Story?”: Musicals & Amer. History CRN: 80521 MW
ENGL 1101 - O “Who Tells Your Story?”: Musicals & Amer. History CRN: 86588 MW
ENGL 1101 - J1 “Who Tells Your Story?”: Musicals & Amer. History CRN: 81947 MW
ENGL 1102 - X2 Literature and Medicine CRN: 84083 MW
ENGL 1102 - HP3 Literature and Medicine CRN: 82404 MW
ENGL 1102 - N6 Global Envn. Humanities CRN: 84082 TR
ENGL 1102 - A5 What is English? CRN: 84081 MWF
ENGL 1102 - B1 What is English? CRN: 83247 MWF
ENGL 1102 - C2 What is English? CRN: 86380 MWF
ENGL 1102 - HP1 Crime and Punishment CRN: 81829 TR
ENGL 1102 - N2 Crime and Punishment CRN: 82920 TR
ENGL 1102 - D5 Crime and Punishment CRN: 89962 TR
Literature, Media, and Communication Courses (Optional)
LMC 2350 - TT Introduction to Social Justice CRN: 89992 T
LMC 3208 - N Afr. American Lit. & Culture CRN: 88541 TR
LMC 3304 - X Science, Tech, and Gender CRN: 85782 MW
Scheller College of Business Course
MGT 4811(Special Topics) - B: ORG LEAD FORUM. [To be taken in conjunction with attending Wednesday afternoon Impact Speakers Series.]