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At Georgia Tech, we teach, research and learn computing unlike any other program, because we are unlike any other program. We are a world-class computing community that is much more than the sum of our many parts. Whether it’s research, theory or practical application, we go beyond “collaboration” or “interdisciplinary” – we shatter boundaries and create new ways of exploring problems. We have a dedicated, world-class faculty that sets the agenda for computing research across the United States and the world. Our students are smart, tenacious and imaginative, and through our interest-driven curriculum they enjoy the freedom to map their own academic paths.
At Georgia Tech, we think bigger and bolder. We move forward with more energy and creativity. We empower everyone in our community to be more.
For more information about the Georgia Tech College of Computing, its academic divisions and research centers, please visit http://www.cc.gatech.edu.
Times Higher Education:
-CS program ranked 5th globally (2016)
U.S. News & World Report:
- Graduate CS program ranked 9th (2014)
- Artificial Intelligence program ranked 6th (2014)
- Systems program ranked 6th (2014)
- Theory ranked 8th (2014)
- Programming Languages ranked 13th (2014)
- Graphics / User Interaction program ranked 4th (1999)
- Databases ranked 7th (1999)
- Study Abroad listed under "Programs to Look For" (2008)
- Undergraduate research, creative projects, and internship programs listed under "Programs to Look For" (2007)
Communications of the ACM
- Graduate programs ranked 4th among "Automatic and Versatile Publications Ranking for Research Institutions and Scholars" (2007)
- Ranked 3rd among software engineering institutions (2007)
- Professor Mary Jean Harrold ranked No. 1 software engineering scholar in the world (2007)
Global Gaming League Rankings
- Ranked 7th when rated in the areas of: size of the student body; geographical location; student organizations; tournaments and LAN parties; tech-friendliness; Internet connections; and curriculum (2007)