We are

an interdisciplinary, collaborative, research intensive, globally engaged school oriented to the future of public policy.

We offer

BS, MS and PhD degrees to those intrigued by complex problem-solving in the public interest.

We research

on science and technology, the environment, economic development and governance of information technology.
  • As the new school year commences, Jennifer Abrams, a fourth-year student in the School of Public Policy, will begin her Tech-wide leadership duties as president of the Student Government Association ...
  • “Young scientists can take some control over shaping their own training by setting priorities in their career development and choosing their lab accordingly,” Dr. John Walsh and You-Na Lee told ...
  • On August 3, Georgia Tech released a report addressing the challenges facing the U.S. electric system and states' options for compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed carbon ...
  • The School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech is pleased to announce a new addition to its faculty—Dr. Milton Mueller. Milton Mueller is an internationally prominent scholar specializing in information ...
  • Twelve faculty members have been selected to the inaugural class of fellows with the Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems (BBISS). The new group will serve as advisors to BBISS and ...
  • As an undergraduate in the School of Public Policy, Joseph Rondone was one high flying student. And it wasn’t just because he is a licensed pilot. “Joe Rondone was a superstar while he was a ...