Additive manufacturing offers a collection of novel manufacturing processes that enable opportunities for customized products, complex geometries, novel design concepts, and new business models. From an educational perspective, these aspects of AM present significant challenges to convey the breadth and depth of AM technologies, capabilities, and opportunities. To address these challenges, the AM educational program at Georgia Tech is presented that consists of an advanced graduate course, two 5-week undergraduate “minimester” courses, and informal educational activities in our Invention Studio. The graduate course covers AM process models, design for AM methods and technologies, and a project focusing on either technology development or DFAM. The undergraduate courses provide an introduction to AM processes, an exploration of prototyping technologies in product development, an overview of process modeling and process selection, and hands-on experimentation. Learning objectives and examples of course content and projects are presented to illustrate examples of our educational strategy.