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Rankings Are Out: Tech Among Nation's Best

Sept. 9, 2014

The new rankings are out, and – no surprise – the Georgia Institute of Technology remains one of the nation’s best colleges, according to U.S. News & World Report. The 2015 Best Colleges data was released Tuesday.

Georgia Tech ranks No. 7 among the nation’s top public institutions and is tied for No. 35 nationally. Georgia Tech is also one of eight ACC schools ranked in the Top 50.

You can view all of Georgia Tech’s rankings here, but below is Tech’s engineering rankings:

No. 4 – Best Undergraduate Engineering Program
No. 1 – Industrial Engineering
No. 2 – Civil Engineering
No. 3 – Aerospace Engineering
No. 3 – Environmental Engineering
No. 4 – Biomedical Engineering
No. 5 – Mechanical Engineering
No. 6 – Computer Engineering
No. 6 – Electrical Engineering
No. 7 – Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
No. 8 – Materials Science and Engineering
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