The College of Engineering stands committed in the fight against racism, discrimination, racial bias, and racial injustice. Our shared vision is one of social justice, opportunity, community and equity. We believe that the diversity and contributions from all of our members are essential and make us who we are. We believe that our impact must reach beyond the classroom, research labs, our campus, and the technology we create, but must also improve the human condition where injustice lives. We will continue to work to understand, value, and celebrate all people and create an inclusive educational and work environment that welcomes all.
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
We Are Engineers Magazine
The Uncommon Engineer Podcast
Our Engineering Culture Through the Years
See how the Georgia Tech College of Engineering has evolved over the years as we compare footage from "back in the day" to present day. A lot has changed over the years, but our mission to develop the nation's top engineers will always remain the same.
News & Events
Two researchers in the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering work with the components that make up the vaccine and say they’re safe and effective.
On the third Monday of each January, the nation pauses to celebrate the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As a social activist, King played an integral role in the American civil rights movement, fighting for equality and human rights for African Americans, the economically disadvantaged, and victims of injustice - all through peaceful protest.