Our progressive approach to educating future computer scientists includes exposure to and participation in a notably broad computing research agenda. Ranging from the foundations of computer science to the boundaries of scientific computing to the intersection of humans and computers, the College of Computing’s research programs are recognized for their real-world applicability, social and scientific impact, and world-class leadership.

We also support Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Computing (or UROC), a program that proactively involves undergraduate students in computing research from the earliest stages of their college career. Part of  Georgia Tech's Research Option, it is a choice for students who want to build a career in research--and who want that desire reflected right on their diplomas. (:-P)

School of Computer Science

School of Interactive Computing

School of Computational Science & Engineering