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ECE Programs Hold Steady in U.S. News Undergraduate Rankings

Atlanta, GA

The U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Issue, which includes undergraduate engineering program rankings, has been published and the results for ECE are very good.

Electrical engineering maintained its fourth place position from last year and ranked second among public universities, while computer engineering remained strong at sixth place, maintaining the same position as last year, and ranked third among public universities. 

The College of Engineering rankings also held steady and tied for fourth with Caltech. All of the programs offered by the College placed among the top 6 of their respective disciplines, a unique distinction for the overall engineering program. This year, the College had two programs ranked as number one in the nation. Industrial and systems engineering ranked number one for the 23rd consecutive year, and biomedical engineering ranked first in its discipline for the second time in a row. 

Georgia Tech also retained its seventh place standing among all public universities. To learn more, please read the news releases on the Georgia Tech website and the College of Engineering website.  

“I am proud to see our EE and CmpE programs ranked among the very best in the nation,” said Raheem Beyah, incoming interim ECE school chair and Motorola Foundation Professor. “I’d like to thank everyone for your hard work and dedication to providing top notch educational experiences to our students. Let’s keep up the excellent work!”

Last revised July 14, 2020