Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Institute of Technology was established in 1885 under the plan of reconstruction to create an industrial economy within the post-Civil War Southern USA. Initially the institute offered only a degree in engineering science, however, by 1901 the curriculum was expanded to include electrical, civil and chemical engineering as well. Currently, Georgia Tech is organized into six colleges and includes about 31 departments focused on science and technology through well recognized professional programs. 

Top Courses In Georgia Institute of Technology

CS6035: Introduction to Information Security

CS3251: Computer Networks

HTS2016: Social Issues and Public Policy

INTA3110: U.S. foreign Policy

CSE6242: Data and Visual Analytics

MGT600: Financial and Managerial Accounting
CS6300: Software Development Process
CS6750: Human-Computer Interaction

INTA6303: Globalization

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