The Georgia Institute of Technology continued its longstanding record for high marks in the 2015 Best Colleges undergraduate rankings by U.S. News and World Report. Georgia Tech ranked seventh among public universities and 35th among all national universities.
“This is the 16th consecutive year that Georgia Tech has ranked among the top ten public universities,” said Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson. “Georgia Tech continues to be recognized nationally for the faculty’s commitment to excellence in preparing our students to meet the challenges that face our society through innovation, research, and collaboration.”
The School of Literature, Media, and Communication (LMC) offers undergraduate majors (Computational Media; Literature Media, and Communication) and graduate programs (Digital Media; Human-Computer Interaction) that leverage Georgia Tech’s excellent scientific and technological expertise and connect it with the problem-solving tools provided by our work in Biomedicine, Communication, Composition, Creative Writing, Critical Race Studies, Cultural Studies, Digital Humanities, Film, Literature, Law, Performance, Science Fiction, and Video Production.
In 2015, the external reviewers for our School’s five-year academic program review (mandated by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents) concluded that “LMC is a strong, vibrant school with a distinctive role on the national educational scene. It is nationally prominent as an innovator in humanities approaches to media and technology—arguably the best place in the nation with this focus.”
If your goal is to become a leader at solving the complex social and intellectual problems of the future, join us at LMC.