The Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering's graduate program maintained its top ranking once again in the 2015 edition of the U.S. News & World Report.
This issue marks the twenty-fourth consecutive year that ISyE has ranked as the foremost program of its kind in the nation at the graduate level within industrial/manufacturing/systems engineering category.
"This sustained recognition is a remarkable tribute to our outstanding students, world-class faculty, and alumni who can be found around the globe making significant contributions," said Jane Ammons, the H. Milton and Carolyn J. Stewart School Chair.
The Institute’s College of Engineering ranked No. 6 and all 11 of the programs within the college are ranked in the top 10, including industrial engineering (No. 1), biomedical and bioengineering (No. 2), environmental (No. 4), civil (No. 5), aerospace (No. 5), mechanical (No. 5), electrical (No. 6), computer (No. 7), nuclear (No. 8), materials (No. 9) and chemical (No. 10). Georgia Tech appears on the top 10 list of engineering specialties more than any other ranked institution.
"Georgia Tech's strong rankings with U.S. News & World Report year after year reflect the Institute's ongoing commitment to excellence in research and teaching, as well as a legacy of preparing innovators and leaders," said Georgia Tech President G.P. "Bud" Peterson.