Cassie Mitchell is a biomedical engineer, a professor in the Machine Learning Center, and makes time to compete and medal in the Paralympics. It’s not exactly the path she would have chosen for herself, but she’s proud of it.

Featured Stories

Explore recent featured stories of the people and research of the College of Engineering.

This month, Dean McLaughlin chats with two engineers who are making waves in the trucking industry with their startup. Hear about their journey and how CREATE-X helped them get off the ground.
Aaron Young and Greg Sawicki are laying the groundwork for a range of devices that could help children, stroke patients, the elderly, and amputees gain more independence and move with greater comfort and ease.

Who We Are

The Georgia Tech College of Engineering is creating tomorrow's leaders in engineering, science and technology. It offers internationally renowned programs in the heart of Atlanta, giving students opportunities for research and real-world experience, and its focus on innovation gives graduates an edge. The College awards more engineering degrees to women and underrepresented minorities than any other institution in the United States, and as part of a public university, it remains an excellent value for an elite engineering education.

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Engineers and an MBA

Working engineers who want to advance their education are faced with two potential options – an MBA or an advanced engineering degree.

The Uncommon Engineer Podcast

The Uncommon Engineer is the College's podcast, hosted by our Dean Steve McLaughlin.

Online Degrees

The College strives to bring knowledge to individuals all over the world, regardless of geo location.

Graduate Degrees

The College is home to 23 master's programs and 18 doctoral programs, offering best-in-class labs and research opportunities.

We Are Engineers Magazine

The College's semi-annual magazine, We Are Engineers, strengthens the bonds between our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends by sharing the stories that impact everyone.

Prospective Undergraduates

Learn more about applying to the College, scheduling a visit, and majoring in engineering.


Turn your ideas into reality through design competitions, startup classes and more.


Georgia Tech graduates more women and minorities with engineering degrees than any other college or university.

What We Do

Georgia Tech Mechanical Engineering professors Greg Sawicki and Aaron Young are committed to helping people regain or improve their mobility with the help of wearable robotics.