Atlanta, GA 30332, Top 10 Engineering University USA, Rank – 4, Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA 30332, Top 10 Engineering University USA, Rank – 4, Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA 30332, Top 10 Engineering University USA, Rank – 4, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Georgia Institute of Technology 

North Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, GA Tech or simply Tech is one of the best core engineering schools. Georgia Tech is currently classified by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a university with very high research activity. Georgia Institute of Technology’s Engineering graduate programs include Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering Science & Mechanics, Environmental Engineering, Health Systems, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Interdisciplinary Bioengineering Program, International Logistics (Executive Masters), Operations Research, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Physics, Nuclear & Radiological Engineering and Polymer, Textile & Fiber Engineering.


University rankings
ARWU[91] 53–67
Forbes[92] 83
U.S. News & World Report[93] 36
Washington Monthly[94] 9
ARWU[95] 101–150
QS[96] 99
Times[97] 28

Georgia Tech is consistently ranked among the best universities in the United States and the world. For over a decade, Georgia Tech has remained in the top ten public universities in the United States.[98] In 2012, The Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked Georgia Tech 19th in the United States and 25th in the world; its engineering program was ranked 9th in the world.[99] As of 2014, Tech’s undergraduate engineering program is ranked 5th and its graduate engineering program is ranked 6th by U.S. News & World Report. Tech’s undergraduate engineering programs include Aerospace (2nd), Biomedical (2nd), Chemical (6th), Civil (3rd), Computer (6th), Electrical (5th), Environmental (3rd), Industrial (1st), Materials (4th), and Mechanical (3rd). Tech’s graduate engineering programs include Aerospace (5th), Biomedical/Bioengineering (2nd),[100][101] Chemical (10th), Civil (5th), Computer (7th), Electrical (6th), Environmental (4th), Industrial (1st), Materials (9th), Mechanical (5th), and Nuclear (8th).[102]

In 2010, Georgia Tech’s College of Business rose from 31st to 28th, continuing its rapid upward trend[103] Diverse Issues in Higher Education has ranked Tech No. 1 at the bachelor’s level, No. 2 at the master’s level, and No. 1 at the doctoral level in terms of producing African American engineering graduates.[82] In 2010, U.S. News & World Report ranked Tech as the No. 28 “MBA” program.[104] Tech also boasts the No. 29 Physics program in the nation,[105] specializing in Nonlinear Dynamics (in which it ranks 5th nationwide) and Condensed Matter Physics.[106][107] U.S. News & World Report ranked the graduate chemistry program at No. 26 overall with the Physical Chemistry specialty ranked at No. 14.[108] The Math department is ranked at No. 30 overall and at No. 8 in Discrete Math and Combinatorics.[109] In 2012, SmartMoney named Georgia Institute of Technology as the 1st best return on tuition investment of the country’s 50 most expensive schools.[110] Georgia Tech ranks #9 among “Best Engineering Colleges By Salary Potential” in the United States.

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