Other Degrees


There are nearly 10,000 Georgia Tech College of Computer Science alumni doing great things in the US and globally. Being nationally ranked as a university is not just the university as a whole. Four of the 5 areas of the College of Computer Science are ranked in the Top 10 and our graduates last year earned a median salary of over $70,000 with the highest salary being over $120,000. In 2016, GT College of Computing was ranked #5 in the WORLD by Times Higher Education World Rankings.
In addition to a national high ROI you will also build your research resume. Join one of our research and initiative centers and get involved. Learn by doing. In 2015 alone over $33 million was given to Georgia Tech for research conducted by faculty and students alike. That could be you!


Ivan College of Liberal Arts

Georgia Tech offers over 30 majors and programs and they are not just engineering and business. With an average salary of over $60,000 and a student:teacher ratio of 5:1 Georgia Tech Liberal Arts can make you stand out above other institutions.Under the umbrella College of Liberal Arts you could jump into 10 different degree programs ranging from Public Policy to variations of Economics.

For a complete list of degrees offered by the College of Liberal Arts click here.

Interested in attending Law School? Georgia Tech can put you there. You will be assigned an adviser and over the four years you will be guided all the way up to your LSATs. You will have opportunities to intern, co-op and build your resume before you apply. Graduates have stayed local and attended law schools at the University of Georgia, Emory and Georgia State or they have traveled and enrolled at institutions like Duke, Vanderbilt, Columbia, Duke and Harvard.



​College of Sciences

The College of Sciences is rapidly establishing itself as a nationally recognized, preeminent institution for science, teaching, and research. Most of our disciplines are ranked in the top 10%. Although the academic college was founded in 1990 it has rapidly grown to be one of the top pioneers of science research and development within the US.​

Interested in attending medical school? Even though there is technically no pre-med track there is pre-health track. This is not a major, a minor or even a concentration but a great pathway to get where you want to go. We have graduates who attend medical schools like Emory, Mercer, Medical College of Georgia, and Duke to name a few every year. The average acceptance rate nationally is around 45%. Georgia Tech has around a 60% placement to medical school to pursue your MD or DO.