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2015 Ranking - Top 50 Engineering schools:

Purdue University
1. Purdue University

West Lafayette, IN, 73 majors

University of Michigan Ann Arbor
2. University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI, 51 majors

Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Florida
4. University of Florida

Gainesville, FL, 39 majors

University of Southern California
5. University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA, 43 majors

Stanford University
6. Stanford University

Stanford, CA, 50 majors

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
7. University of Illinois

Champaign, IL, 43 majors

Texas A & M University College Station
8. Texas A & M University College Station

College Station, TX, 41 majors

Pennsylvania State University
9. Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA, 49 majors

North Carolina State University at Raleigh
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
The University of Texas at Austin
14. The University of Texas

Austin, TX, 31 majors

Ohio State University
15. Ohio State University

Columbus, OH, 37 majors

Stevens Institute of Technology
Cornell University
17. Cornell University

Ithaca, NY, 36 majors

University of Minnesota Twin Cities
18. University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Minneapolis, MN, 47 majors

University of California Berkeley
Carnegie Mellon University
20. Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, PA, 45 majors

University of Wisconsin Madison
Northwestern University
22. Northwestern University

Evanston, IL, 72 majors

Johns Hopkins University
23. Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD, 33 majors

University of Maryland College Park
24. University of Maryland College Park

College Park, MD, 31 majors

Columbia University in the City of New York
University of California San Diego
Arizona State University
27. Arizona State University

Tempe, AZ, 40 majors

University of California Los Angeles
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
29. Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Worcester, MA, 41 majors

Iowa State University
30. Iowa State University

Ames, IA, 33 majors

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
University of Washington Seattle
Michigan Technological University
University of California Davis
University of Central Florida
35. University of Central Florida

Orlando, FL, 27 majors

Auburn University
36. Auburn University

Auburn, AL, 36 majors

Clemson University
37. Clemson University

Clemson, SC, 36 majors

New Jersey Institute of Technology
University of California Irvine
California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
University at Buffalo
41. University at Buffalo

Buffalo, NY, 29 majors

University of Colorado Boulder
University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
Drexel University
44. Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA, 30 majors

Illinois Institute of Technology
Colorado School of Mines
46. Colorado School of Mines

Golden, CO, 27 majors

University of Virginia
47. University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA, 30 majors

Rutgers University New Brunswick
48. Rutgers University New Brunswick

New Brunswick, NJ, 23 majors

Northeastern University
49. Northeastern University

Boston, MA, 27 majors

George Washington University
50. George Washington University

Washington, DC, 26 majors

Engineering schools by state:

Schools by State39 Engineering Schools in Alabama24 Engineering Schools in Arizona24 Engineering Schools in Arkansas160 Engineering Schools in California32 Engineering Schools in Colorado27 Engineering Schools in Connecticut4 Engineering Schools in Delaware89 Engineering Schools in Florida49 Engineering Schools in Georgia9 Engineering Schools in Idaho66 Engineering Schools in Illinois33 Engineering Schools in Indiana27 Engineering Schools in Iowa33 Engineering Schools in Kansas35 Engineering Schools in Kentucky30 Engineering Schools in Louisiana11 Engineering Schools in Maine26 Engineering Schools in Maryland39 Engineering Schools in Massachusetts68 Engineering Schools in Michigan40 Engineering Schools in Minnesota22 Engineering Schools in Mississippi43 Engineering Schools in Missouri15 Engineering Schools in Montana9 Engineering Schools in Nebraska10 Engineering Schools in Nevada8 Engineering Schools in New Hampshire35 Engineering Schools in New Jersey25 Engineering Schools in New Mexico87 Engineering Schools in New York63 Engineering Schools in North Carolina9 Engineering Schools in North Dakota80 Engineering Schools in Ohio45 Engineering Schools in Oklahoma22 Engineering Schools in Oregon87 Engineering Schools in Pennsylvania8 Engineering Schools in Rhode Island31 Engineering Schools in South Carolina9 Engineering Schools in South Dakota50 Engineering Schools in Tennessee119 Engineering Schools in Texas14 Engineering Schools in Utah6 Engineering Schools in Vermont45 Engineering Schools in Virginia48 Engineering Schools in Washington4 Engineering Schools in District of Columbia31 Engineering Schools in West Virginia32 Engineering Schools in Wisconsin7 Engineering Schools in Wyoming

Engineering schools by diploma:

Certificates: 916 schools
Associate's Degrees: 1,144 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 720 schools
Master's Degrees: 355 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 220 schools

Engineering schools by major:

General Engineering: 656 schools
Civil Engineering: 408 schools
Telecom Engineering: 76 schools
Computer Engineering: 400 schools
Environmental Engineering: 214 schools
Chemical Engineering: 180 schools
Biological Engineering: 54 schools
Biomedical Engineering: 171 schools
Architectural Engineering: 139 schools
Construction Engineering: 198 schools
Materials Engineering: 130 schools
Industrial Engineering: 200 schools
Mechanical Engineering: 641 schools
Electrical Engineering: 1,002 schools
Systems Engineering: 82 schools
Aeronautical Engineering: 98 schools
Engineering Physics: 141 schools
Engineering Technology: 1,123 schools
Engineering Management: 133 schools
Drafting and Design: 829 schools

Engineering schools by region:

Northeast: 308 schools
Midwest: 449 schools
South: 739 schools
West: 375 schools

Popular engineering school cities:

Chicago: 12 schools
Houston: 11 schools
San Antonio: 11 schools
New York City: 9 schools
Miami: 9 schools
Los Angeles: 8 schools
Atlanta: 7 schools
Seattle: 7 schools
Nashville: 7 schools
Birmingham: 7 schools
San Diego: 7 schools
Pittsburgh: 6 schools
Boston: 6 schools
Philadelphia: 6 schools
Baltimore: 6 schools
Orlando: 6 schools
Baton Rouge: 6 schools
Louisville: 6 schools
Charlotte: 6 schools
Indianapolis: 6 schools
Denver: 6 schools
Kansas City: 6 schools
Sacramento: 6 schools
Mobile: 6 schools
Phoenix: 6 schools
Dayton: 5 schools
Knoxville: 5 schools
Saint Louis: 5 schools
Brooklyn: 5 schools
Austin: 5 schools
Portland: 5 schools
Tampa: 5 schools
Milwaukee: 5 schools
Dallas: 5 schools
Albuquerque: 5 schools
Tallahassee: 5 schools
Tulsa: 5 schools
Bronx: 5 schools
Jacksonville: 5 schools
Colorado Springs: 5 schools
Oklahoma City: 5 schools
Fort Myers: 5 schools
Cincinnati: 4 schools
Lexington: 4 schools
Newark: 4 schools
Washington: 4 schools
Wichita: 4 schools
Norfolk: 4 schools
Memphis: 4 schools
San Jose: 4 schools
Fort Wayne: 4 schools
Flint: 4 schools
Erie: 4 schools
Waco: 4 schools
Greenville: 4 schools
Fort Lauderdale: 4 schools
Springfield: 4 schools
Aurora: 4 schools
Claremont: 4 schools
Columbus: 3 schools
Minneapolis: 3 schools
Tucson: 3 schools
Cleveland: 3 schools
Rochester: 3 schools
Madison: 3 schools
Bethlehem: 3 schools
Akron: 3 schools
Kalamazoo: 3 schools
Detroit: 3 schools
Lincoln: 3 schools
Buffalo: 3 schools
El Paso: 3 schools
Syracuse: 3 schools
Southfield: 3 schools
Columbia: 3 schools
Long Beach: 3 schools
Youngstown: 3 schools
Daytona Beach: 3 schools
Dearborn: 3 schools
Riverside: 3 schools
Durham: 3 schools
New Orleans: 3 schools
Richmond: 3 schools
Hato Rey: 3 schools
Chattanooga: 3 schools
Spokane: 3 schools
Hartford: 3 schools
Santa Barbara: 3 schools
Davenport: 3 schools

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