School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Graduate Student studying Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is one of the academic schools of the Georgia Tech College of Engineering. The school offers undergraduate (bachelor's) and graduate (master's and Ph.D) degrees in both electrical engineering and computer engineering.

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School Profile and National Rankings

The Georgia Tech School of ECE is the largest produce of electrical engineers and computer engineers in the United States [1]. The ECE program is consistently ranked in the top 10 of colleges by U.S. News & World Report.

School Locations

The Georgia Tech School of ECE is primarily located at the main Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta, GA. The school also maintains significant presences at Georgia Tech-Savannah (in Savannah, GA) and Georgia Tech-Lorraine (in Metz, France). M. S. dual degree programs exist between Georgia Tech ECE and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (in China), the Technical University of Munich (in Germany), and Politecnicco di Torino (in Italy).

Buildings

The Georgia Tech school of ECE is housed in a number of different buildings on the Atlanta campus, in Georgia Tech satellite campuses, as well as the National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center in Forest Park, GA [2].

  • Blake R. Van Leer Electrical and Computer Engineering Building
  • Joseph M. Pettit Microelectronics Research Center
  • Bunger-Henry Building
  • Manufacturing Research Center
  • UA Whitaker Building
  • Technology Square Research Building
  • Centergy One Building
  • National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center
  • Molecular Science and Engineering Building

References

  1. Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering: School Profile and National Rankings. http://www.ece.gatech.edu/about/rank.html
  2. Locations of ECE Buildings and Campuses. http://www.ece.gatech.edu/about/locations.html
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