National Engineers Week Observed February 17 - 23

Georgia Tech Celebrates Excellence in Engineering Disciplines

The Georgia Institute of Technology celebrates National Engineers Week February 17 - 23. The annual observance, initiated in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers, is designed to recognize the contributions engineers as well as to promote science, technology, engineering and math education.

With the largest College of Engineering in the nation, Georgia Tech's programs are consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as some of the top in the United States, with both the graduate and undergraduate programs ranking fifth in the nation. Specific rankings for both undergraduate and graduate engineering specialties follow:

2008 Undergraduate Program Rankings
1st Industrial Engineering
2nd Aerospace Engineering
3rd Biomedical Engineering
5th Civil Engineering
6th Computer Engineering
6th Electrical Engineering
6th Mechanical Engineering
8th Environmental Engineering
9th Materials Engineering
11th Chemical Engineering

2008 Graduate Engineering Program Rankings
1st Industrial Engineering
2nd Biomedical Engineering
4th Civil Engineering
5th Aerospace Engineering
6th Computer Engineering
7th Electrical Engineering
7th Mechanical Engineering
9th Materials Engineering
14th Chemical Engineering