For the sixth consecutive year all of Georgia Tech’s engineering graduate programs ranked in the top ten in the nation in their respective specialties, powering the College of Engineering to a third-place ranking among public engineering institutions (seventh overall) in the latest U.S. News World Report graduate rankings of national universities granting doctoral degrees.
U.S. News World Report Graduate Rankings, published in March 2017
Industrial Systems and Engineering
In October of 2016 U.S. News World Report released a global ranking of engineering schools based primarily on research and global reputation in the field. The ranking placed Georgia Tech tenth among all engineering schools in the world and fourth among American schools.
- Georgia Tech placed 13th among engineering and technology schools in the 2016-17 Times Higher Education World Rankings and 33rd overall in the world in the 2016-17 rankings.
- U.S. News World Report ranks Georgia Tech 10th on their “Best Global Universities for Engineering ” list.
- The 2017 QS World University Rankings placed Georgia Tech 16th in the world in the “Engineering and Technology” category, and fifth among American schools.
- The Georgia Tech College of Engineering is the largest producer of engineering degrees awarded to women and underrepresented minority students according to the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
- In the area of research, COE has been the top public institution in engineering research and development. Georgia Tech ranks 25th out of the top 100 worldwide universities granted U.S. Utility Patents in 2015.
- 31.5% of our undergraduate engineering students are women, compared to just 17% of engineering students nationally.
- 30% of undergraduate students participate in the co-op program, which is the largest voluntary co-op program in the nation.
- Accepted students for Fall 2016 come from 43 states and 69 countries.
- Georgia Tech is the top producer of engineering Ph.D.’s in the country according to 2015 data from the National Science Foundation .