US News Engineering School Rank 2011

According to the 2011 U.S. News & World Report graduate rankings, UC Berkeley's College of Engineering is placed third among the top schools nationwide. In the Engineering Schools Specialty Rankings, UC Berkeley is ranked No. 1 for Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Carnegie Mellon's College of Engineering is ranked 6th overall in graduate engineering, while the environmental engineering program is ranked 7th and the civil engineering program placed 10th (up from 11th in previous rankings).

Cornell University College of Engineering is placed No. 10 overall in the nation. Within the engineering disciplines, Cornell's biological/agricultural engineering program is ranked 4th; civil, 10th; electrical/electronic/communications, 9th; industrial/manufacturing, 8th; materials, 8th; and mechanical, 8th.

The College of Engineering and Applied Science at University of Colorado--Boulder is a Tier One professional school. It is rated 39th overall and 21st among public engineering programs (Graduate) nationwide.

The University of Utah College of Engineering is ranked 63rd, tying it with two other schools: Colorado School of Mines, and Colorado State University - Fort Collins.

Louisiana State University College of Engineering’s ranking among public institutions is 64th, while it is ranked 99th overall in the “Best Engineering Schools” list.

Top 10 Engineering Schools - Graduate:
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2 Stanford University
3 University of California, Berkeley
4 Georgia Institute of Technology
5 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
6 Carnegie Mellon University
7 California Institute of Technology
8 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
9 University of Texas-Austin
10 Cornell University
10 University of Southern California

Source: US News & World Report 2011

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