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Georgia Institute of Technology: Recent Trends and Milestones

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Georgia Tech has consistently ranked among the nation’s topten public universities since 1999, ranking No. 7 in 2007. U.S.News and World Report

Established by state law in 1885 with a technological mission,Georgia Tech remains the only public institution in Georgia tooffer a comprehensive array of engineering degrees in one ofthe nation’s largest and best programs: The graduate engineering program consistently ranksamong the nation’s top five, and the undergraduate programhas now moved into the top five. All undergraduate engineering disciplines and most graduateprograms rank in the top ten. Industrial and SystemsEngineering has been ranked No. 1 for the past seventeenconsecutive years U.S. News and World Report. Engineering enrollment grew by almost 32 percent overthe past decade.

Georgia Tech also broadened and strengthened its other educationand research programs during the past ten years: The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts doubled in size,while the College of Architecture grew by 48 percent,the College of Sciences by 46 percent, and the College ofManagement by 34 percent. The College of Computinggrew by 26 percent despite the dot-com bust. Twenty-three of twenty-five new majors are in non-engineeringdisciplines or are interdisciplinary, includingdegrees in music and modern languages. Although Georgia Tech has no medical school, a unique,well-developed partnership with Emory University hasenabled the Institute to move more broadly into lifesciences research.

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