U.S. News & World Report recently ranked four Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business undergraduate specialties top 10 in the U.S. The College ranked No. 3 in Analytics, No. 2 in Management Information Systems, No. 6 in Production/Operations Management, and No. 9 in Supply Chain Management/Logistics.
Scheller’s undergraduate program ranked No. 21 overall in the U.S. At the Institute level, Georgia Tech ranked No. 33 overall, an 11-spot jump over the last year. Tech also made a five-spot jump over the year in its ranking among public schools, landing at No. 10.
“This ranking adds to the growing body of evidence around our ability to prepare students for success in the real business world. In fact, Scheller graduates from the Class of 2023 reported an average $82,000 starting salary,” said Craig Womack, associate dean of undergraduate programs. “It all begins in the classroom, where faculty provide students with a high level of intellectual rigor and unique experiential learning opportunities with companies, startups, and corporate innovators. Pair that with Scheller’s renowned career advising services and student leadership opportunities, and you have a formula for true career impact.”
Inika Jain, BSBA ’21 in Operations and Supply Chain Management, currently works at Capital One in Washington D.C. Recounting her Scheller experience, she said, “Scheller embodies the intersection of business and technology by offering courses that frame a business education in the context of our increasingly tech-enabled world. There are business decisions behind the digitized, automated, and connected economy we observe and live in, and Scheller is uniquely positioned to incorporate innovation into every course and concentration.”
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