Is Georgia Tech computer science good?

Globally recognized as a leader in computing research and education, Georgia Tech’s College of Computing is ranked number one nationally in cybersecurity education and fifth overall for computer science (CS) in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2021 Edition Undergraduate Rankings.

How hard is it to get into Georgia Tech computer science?

As you might have already noticed through your college research, Georgia Tech is a competitive school. In fact, Georgia Tech’s acceptance rate is a mere 23.4%, meaning admissions are highly competitive.

Is Georgia Tech an elite school?

The Georgia Tech College of Engineering continues to be recognized as an elite engineering school and one of the top public institutions in the nation. The undergraduate engineering program at the College ranked 4th in the 2022 America’s Best Colleges edition of U.S. News & World Report (published in September 2021).

Is Georgia Tech well known in Silicon Valley?

According to research by HiringSolved, Georgia Tech came in sixth in the top 10 universities Silicon Valley hired the most alumni from in 2016. Silicon Valley is going white and gold.

Is Gatech prestigious?

As if we needed reminding how great Georgia Tech is, we have officially been declared as one of the top 100 most prestigious universities in the world.

How many threads can you take Georgia Tech?

Eight Threads
The College of Computing Defines Eight Threads Choose any two threads to create your own path and special variation on an area of study. Threads™ are defined as partial paths through the course offerings of the Institute.

How does Georgia Tech threads work?

Threads involve the grouping of required and elective courses along specified topics and paths relevant to the electrical and/or computer engineers of the future. Each student will choose any two threads within their degree to satisfy requirements for their Bachelor of Science.

Is Georgia Tech Lgbtq friendly?

Pride Alliance is a Georgia Tech student organization for LGBTQIA students and their allies. You are welcome to attend any of our meetings! We host discussions, planning meetings, game nights, movie screenings, potlucks, and more. At the beginning of the school year, we have a series of Welcome Week events.