College of Computing

The College of Computing is globally recognized as a leader in computing and in computing education. We have been ranked the eighth best program in the country by US News & World Report, and seventh best in the world by Times Higher Education. Our Computer Science graduates earn one of the highest average starting salaries of any major at Georgia Tech and have a job placement rate of 98.5%. We expect that a Computing major will be one of the most intense challenges our students have faced — and we know that it will be equally rewarding.

 
Elise Morton

Third year student

Elise Morton

Major: Computer Science

"Explore where technology meets creativity with Computational Media! I’m a CM major and Industrial Design minor interested in user experience design and product management. GT’s College of Computing lets you customize your degree to your interests!"

David Le

Fourth year student

David Le

Major: Computational Media

“Being a student in the College of Computing has given me opportunities that greatly impacted by college experience and career development: I studied abroad twice, interned three times and took classes that taught me about design and user experience.”

Angelik Laboy

Third year student

Angelik Laboy

Major: Computer Science

“How could you truly describe a place that has given you the opportunity to meet the world? At the College of Computing, students are artists, scientists, and engineers. It is here where I have learned to bring together art and science so that others can see, hear, and feel the creativity that technology enables, and the power that inventions unleash.”

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What are Georgia Tech College of Computing Grads Doing Now?

  • UI/UX Developer
  • Software Design Engineer
  • Game Developer
  • Consultant
  • Data Analyst
  • Security Analyst
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