Providence College - Engineering Ranking 2015

Providence CollegeRanked
504
in the USA
Providence College is a small not-for-profit Catholic college offering a number of disciplines along with the engineering major and located in Providence, Rhode Island. The college was founded in 1917 and is presently offering bachelor's degrees in Engineering Physics.

Providence College is very expensive: depending on the program, tuition cost is about $45,000 a year. Recent studies showed that Providence College area is relatively dangerous: the school is reported to have a poor rating for on-campus crime.

Providence College engineering program ranks #504 (out of 1871; top 30%) in the United States and #6 in Rhode Island. Major competitors for this college are Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken. See the details about all twelve competitors and available engineering majors and minors below.

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Overall school rankings 2015:

Ranked #6 Engineering School in Rhode Island
Ranked #125 Engineering School in The Northeast
Ranked #504 Engineering School in USA

Programs rankings 2015:

State of Rhode Island Ranking

The Second Best Engineering Physics School
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The Northeast Regional Ranking

Ranked #24 Engineering Physics School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #98 Engineering Physics School
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Also, check how Providence College is ranking among Catholic colleges and graduate schools in Rhode Island.

Contact information:

Providence College
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, RI 02918-0001
Phone: (401) 865-1000

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Providence College Location Map

Engineering majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Engineering Physics

Minors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Engineering Physics

Local competitors:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Engineering School Ranking
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA, 37 engineering programs

Stevens Institute of Technology - Engineering School Ranking
Stevens Institute of Technology

Hoboken, NJ, 48 engineering programs

Columbia University in The City of New York - Engineering School Ranking
Columbia University in the City of New York

New York City, NY, 47 engineering programs

Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Engineering School Ranking
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Worcester, MA, 41 engineering programs

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Engineering School Ranking
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, NY, 41 engineering programs

New Jersey Institute of Technology - Engineering School Ranking
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Newark, NJ, 30 engineering programs

Rutgers University New Brunswick - Engineering School Ranking
Rutgers University New Brunswick

New Brunswick, NJ, 23 engineering programs

Northeastern University - Engineering School Ranking
Northeastern University

Boston, MA, 27 engineering programs

Polytechnic Institute of New York University - Engineering School Ranking
Polytechnic Institute of New York University

Brooklyn, NY, 32 engineering programs

University of Connecticut - Engineering School Ranking
University of Connecticut

Storrs, CT, 30 engineering programs

Boston University - Engineering School Ranking
Boston University

Boston, MA, 26 engineering programs

University of Massachusetts Lowell - Engineering School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Lowell

Lowell, MA, 35 engineering programs

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