U.S. News & World Report ranked Georgia Tech's undergraduate business program 33rd in nation, up two spots from last year.
In specialty areas, the magazine ranked the business school eighth in Quantitative Analysis, 10th for Production and Operations Management, and 15th for Management Information Systems.
Georgia Institute of Technology placed seventh among the nation's public universities for undergraduates – the highest ranking in the Institute's history. The Institute moved up to the seventh spot from eighth last year (among public universities) and moved up two spots to 35th among all national universities.
"Georgia Tech continues to distinguish itself as one of the top national universities over the last decade," said President Wayne Clough. "This recognition reflects the high quality of our programs, faculty and students, and our growing momentum."
Tech's internship and cooperative education programs were ranked among the 14 "Academic Programs to Look For" under internships. Tech was also selected as one of 35 outstanding examples of undergraduate research.
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