Georgia Tech is one of the nation's leading research universities, and its graduate engineering program is ranked among the top five in the country by a number of surveys, including the one published by U.S. News and World Report. As an indication of the high caliber of students here, Georgia Tech annually enrolls the second most NSF Graduate Fellows in engineering and the highest number of GEM Fellows in the country. Georgia Tech also graduates more women engineers than any other university nationwide.
The School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering has a distinguished history of producing leaders in government, academia, and industry. Moreover, virtually all of our graduates secure permanent employment before graduation, a reflection of Georgia Tech's historically close ties with government, academia, and industry.
The graduate programs in the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering offer M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the core discipline of Chemical Engineering and in the multidisciplinary Bioengineering program. The program enrolls approximately 40 students per year, and graduate approximately 10 M.S. and 30 Ph.D. students per year. Almost 75% of our current graduate student population of 200 are from the U.S., and 25% are from abroad. In addition, our student population is approximately 70% male and 30% female. Finally, about 15% of our students come from underrepresented minorities, reflecting Georgia Tech's longstanding commitment to diversity. Our hope is that interaction with this diverse group of people will enrich your Georgia Tech experience. We look forward to receiving your application.