Clark School Advances in Rankings

Clark School Advances in Rankings

Clark School Advances in Rankings

In its annual ranking of graduate school programs, U.S. News and World Report placed the Clark School in the top 15 engineering schools in the nation, up two places from last year. Also, for the first time, the Clark School is among the top ten public university engineering programs in the country, ranked at No. 9.

Our specific degree programs are ranked as follows:

  • Aerospace: 11th in the nation
  • Chemical: 35th in the nation
  • Civil: 23rd in the nation; up from 26th last year
  • Computer: 16th in the nation; up from 17th last year
  • Electrical: 13th in the nation; up from 16th last year
  • Materials: 33rd in the nation
  • Mechanical: 24th in the nation

From a regional perspective, the Clark School is fifth among all East Coast engineering programs, and second among East Coast public engineering programs.

April 21, 2006


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