Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering (COE) offers the resources of a major technological university and a location in the heart of cosmopolitan Atlanta. COE is the largest of the Institute’s six colleges, enrolling more than 60 percent of the students at Georgia Tech and about half of all tenured and tenure track faculty at the Institute. COE offers more than 50 different degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels through its main Atlanta campus and satellite campuses around the world.
The College’s engineering education programs offer a diverse student body and faculty committed to excellence in teaching and research. Georgia Tech's College of Engineering has a strong national and international reputation, and as one of the nation's largest engineering programs, consistently ranks high among the major producers of engineering degrees awarded to women and underrepresented minority students.
As the largest U.S. College of Engineering, COE is an exemplary leader in engineering education, research, and service that anticipates, and meets, the needs of tomorrow's world. COE provides an educational experience that prepares graduates for a career not only in engineering, but other professions such as medicine, law, business, and public policy. Graduates of Tech’s engineering program are ready to contribute to the global workforce immediately upon graduation and are prepared “hit the ground running.”
The College is organized administratively into eight schools and two outreach campuses; one in Savannah, and the other in Metz, France:
Within these schools are engineering disciplines that offer a wide variety of degree programs of interest to students and faculty. Majoring in any one of the degree programs means students have a great chance for a promising career. In addition, faculty, researchers and students pursue a wide range of research opportunities and constantly demonstrate creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
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Our students have dozens of opportunities for hands-on, interdisciplinary technological research that give them an opportunity to work alongside renowned faculty on meaningful projects with real human benefits. Our graduates are technologically proficient and innovative, broadly knowledgeable, and globally competent, with the ability and resources to transcend geographic, cultural, and ideological boundaries. We prepare our students not only to succeed, but to set the standard, for tomorrow’s world. From developing renewable energy sources and models for predictive health to designing robots that replace service dogs and new materials that are capable of bonding tendons to bone, Georgia Tech engineers are leaders in shaping the way people live.
The College of Engineering at Georgia Tech is an exciting place to learn, solve problems for a technologically and socially aware tomorrow, and make friends and colleagues for life. Choosing Georgia Tech's College of Engineering will be one of the most enjoyable, enriching and memorable experiences. Come join us Join with us as we develop tomorrow’s leaders and define engineering for the next century – and beyond.