Top Chemical Engineering Schools 2011

Massachusetts Institute of Technology took the top spot in Chemical Engineering, according to the 2011 U.S. News and World Report's graduate rankings of colleges.

UCSB's College of Engineering is ranked number 19 overall, tied with Harvard, and two of its specialties are ranked in the top 10: materials at 4th and chemical engineering at 9th.

The Department of Chemical Engineering at Princeton University is rated #6, tied with University of Texas--Austin (Cockrell) and University of Wisconsin--Madison. Princeton's program in chemical engineering is part of a distinguished tradition of graduate education and scientific research at the University.

University of Delaware Chemical Engineering Department is consistently ranked in the top 10 in Graduate Surveys in the US. In addition the 2000 National Doctoral Program Survey by the National Association of Graduate - Professional Studies ranked the University of Delaware Chemical Engineering Department 3rd in the nation.

Top 10 Graduate Schools for Chemical Engineering:
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2 University of California--Berkeley
3 California Institute of Technology
   University of Minnesota--Twin Cities
5 Stanford University
6 Princeton University
   University of Texas--Austin (Cockrell)
   University of Wisconsin--Madison
9 University of California--Santa Barbara
10 University of Delaware

Source: US News & World Report 2011

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