BS in Computer Science MS in EE

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Hello everyone,
I am currently graduating this December with a BS in Computer Science with a concentration in Systems. However, I want to switch to either Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering for my Masters. Is this possible, and If I am able to get admitted to an EE program would I have to take a numerous amount of prerequisite classes? I really enjoy computer science, but I want to be able to build the hardware and program it too. Another issue is that I live in the Atlanta area and the only EE school I can attend is Georgia Tech. I could attend Auburn University, but I would have to move. I have heard that Georgia Tech is a tough school to get into. My GPA is not that great either; it is 3.2 and my program GPA is a 3.38. I slacked off a lot during my first two years of college, but I have made almost straight As since then. I am just curious if anybody has been in my situation and can offer any advice.

If this will help with your advise:
Outside of computer science classes, the most significant classes I have taken would be: Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Calc 1, Calc 2, and a Trig based Physics. I have also taken Computer Architecture and Intel Assembly.

Thanks in advance
 

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Thanks for the post! Sorry you aren't generating responses at the moment. Do you have any further information, come to any new conclusions or is it possible to reword the post?
 

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