The Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering's (ISyE) undergraduate program maintained its top ranking in the just released 2012 edition of America's Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report. This issue marks the seventeenth year that ISyE has ranked as the foremost program of its kind in the nation at the undergraduate level within industrial/manufacturing engineering category.
"This sustained recognition is a remarkable tribute to our outstanding students, alumni, staff, and faculty," said Jane Ammons, the H. Milton and Carolyn J. Stewart School Chair.
Georgia Institute of Technology sustained its top ten ranking, coming in 7th among public universities in the 2012 edition. Georgia Tech has ranked in the top 10 of public universities for more than a decade.
Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering ranked 5th in the undergraduate rankings for engineering programs at universities where the highest degree is a Ph.D.
Aerospace Engineering maintained its 2nd place ranking in its discipline. Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering are also ranked 2nd, both moving up from 3rd last year. Civil Engineering maintained its 3rd place ranking and Environmental Engineering moved up two spots, also ranking 3rd. Electrical Engineering moved up to 4th from 5th last year.
Georgia Tech's College of Management maintained it 28th ranking this year.
The Institute’s internships and cooperative education programs are also highlighted in “Programs to Look For”.
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Industrial and Systems Engineering