Established more than a century ago, the Scheller College of Business has a distinguished history as part of a world-renowned technical research university.
The College is internationally recognized as a leader in business education that’s grounded in a deep understanding of how advances in technology affect the way business is conducted. We provide undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, professional, and corporate education for some of the future’s brightest business leaders, equipping them with the analytical skills to assess opportunities and apply appropriate technologies for a competitive advantage.
The Scheller College aims to become the world's leading school for business and technology.
At Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, we cultivate innovators and game changers. Those who aren't afraid to challenge conventional wisdom and create opportunities in a complex business world that increasingly requires tech-savvy leaders.
Our home is in Technology Square, a vibrant mix of students and professionals from the high-tech business community that surrounds our campus, which is located in Midtown Atlanta. The area includes the Advanced Technology Development Center, a business incubator where students find entrepreneurial education opportunities, and the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute, the nation's largest program for business and industry assistance and technology commercialization.
Maintaining a strong commitment to career services, Scheller boasts placement rates for both undergraduate and graduate students that are well above the national average.
In 2012, a 1952 graduate of the college, Ernest Scheller Jr. made the $50 million gift, changing the name of the school from Georgia Tech College of Management to the Scheller College of Business. Chairman emeritus of Silberline Inc., Scheller says, "I owe so much to Georgia Tech and the rigorous education I received, and I've always felt a tremendous amount of gratitude and a strong desire to give back to the Institute. I want Georgia Tech and the business school to be number one." Read more about Ernest Scheller Jr.