When you decide to study engineering at Georgia Tech, you'll join the College of Engineering and one its nationally ranked eight schools. The schools are organized according to disciplines, and each houses several specialties in both graduate and undergraduate engineering. All of the College's schools are ranked in the top 10 by U.S. News & World Report.
Your school will be the hub of your academic experience at Georgia Tech, and it's where you can find class information, explore career options, and seek advising.
In addition to the eight schools listed below, Georgia Tech also offers several interdisciplinary graduate degree programs.
With some of the country’s best labs, the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering is known for producing research that addresses the biggest problems facing our world.
The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering is consistently ranked as one of the nation's best programs of its kind in both graduate and undergraduate education.
Georgia Tech has a top electrical and computer engineering program, and graduates are recruited to work in diverse industries like energy, robotics, manufacturing, autos, and computing.
Industrial engineers are constantly looking for ways to make things work better and more efficiently. The Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering is the country’s top-ranked place to study it.
At the School of Materials Science and Engineering, faculty offer research expertise in all forms of materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, fibers, composites, nanostructures, and bio-enabled/biomimetic materials.
Mechanical engineers are the foundation of today’s technological world. Mechanical engineering, the first degree program at Georgia Tech, is consistently ranked among the top ten in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.