ChBE Climbs in Undergraduate Chemical Engineering Rankings


Katie Brown
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
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U.S. News & World Report's 2014 Undergraduate Rankings once again placed Georgia Tech's School of Chemical Engineering in the top ten undergraduate engineering programs in the nation. This year, ChBE is ranked No. 6, which is up from last year's No. 7 ranking. Among public universities, the School is ranked No. 3, an impressive leap from its No. 5 ranking in 2013. Not only is it one of the most highly regarded chemical engineering programs in the nation, but ChBE is also the largest producer of undergraduate degrees among the top 10 programs.

The College of Engineering at Georgia Tech remained tied for fifth in the Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs category and was recognized for its internships, the senior capstone design program, and the wealth of research opportunities available to undergraduates.

These undergraduate engineering programs were ranked solely on a peer assessment survey conducted in Spring 2013. To appear on an undergraduate engineering survey, a school must have an undergraduate engineering program accredited by ABET. These programs are split into two groups: schools whose highest engineering degree offered is a doctorate and schools whose highest engineering degree offered is a bachelor's or master's.

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  • Created On: Sep 10, 2013 - 6:57am
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