Georgia Institute of Technology
The Georgia Institute of Technology, founded on October 13, 1885, opened its doors to 84 students in October 1888. The institute offers more than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students a technologically oriented education in fields ranging from engineering, computing, and science, to industry, architecture, and liberal arts.
The large range of technologically-focused majors and minors from Georgia Tech is consistently receiving high national rankings. It has six Business, Computing, Architecture, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Sciences colleges and 28 schools. The university has many nationally recognized programs, all top-rated by peers as well as journals, and is ranked by the U.S. among the top 10 public universities in the country. News and Report on the Planet.
With more than 25,000 students, hundreds of clubs and events, plus a vibrant alumni network, T In the heart of Atlanta, Georgia Tech's main campus spans 400 wooded acres. The campus, with virtually every amenity close at hand, is a convenient, yet stimulating living and learning environment. Atlanta... Read more
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|Specializations/Levels||Median Starting Salary|
|Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology||$56,900|
|Management Information Systems (MIS)||$77,100|
|Business Administration, Management and Operations||$62,400|
|Communication and Media Studies||$57,700|
|Computer Engineering (CE)||$75,700|
|Electrical Engineering (EE)||$74,600|
|Aerospace & Aeronautical Engineering||$71,600|
|Industrial Engineering (IE)||$71,100|
|Mechanical Engineering (ME)||$70,000|
|Design and Applied Arts||$52,900|
*All the data points mentioned above are approx. figures and has been collated from various sources based on the data of 2019-2020.