Georgia Tech Rankings Remain Strong

Tech ranks 7th among public universities

Atlanta, GA

The Georgia Institute of Technology continued its longstanding record for high marks in the 2015 Best Colleges undergraduate rankings by U.S. News and World Report. Georgia Tech ranked seventh among public universities and 35th among all national universities.

“This is the 16th consecutive year that Georgia Tech has ranked among the top ten public universities,” said Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson. “Georgia Tech continues to be recognized nationally for the faculty’s commitment to excellence in preparing our students to meet the challenges that face our society through innovation, research, and collaboration.”

Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering moved up to a fourth place ranking (rising from fifth place in 2014) for undergraduate engineering programs at institutions that award doctoral degrees. The college also continued with solid rankings in its engineering programs, with seven programs ranking in the top five.

Georgia Tech’s internship and cooperative education initiatives are also cited in the publication’s “Academic Programs to Look For.”

The Scheller College of Business ranked 29th for undergraduate business education.

 

GEORGIA TECH BY THE NUMBERS
National Ranks

#7 ­­– Public Universities

#4 – Undergraduate Engineering Programs

#29 – Undergraduate Business Programs

Specialty Ranks - Engineering

#1 – Industrial Engineering

#2 – Civil Engineering

#3 – Aerospace Engineering

#3 – Environmental Engineering

#4 – Biomedical Engineering

#5 – Mechanical Engineering


Specialty Ranks – Business

#5 – Quantitative Analysis

See the full list of Georgia Tech rankings from U.S. News and World Report.

 

Last revised August 1, 2017