Clark School Ranked in Top 25 in <i>U.S. News and World Report's </i>Best Graduate Schools

Clark School Ranked in Top 25 in U.S. News and World Report's Best Graduate Schools

Clark School Ranked in Top 25 in U.S. News and World Report's Best Graduate Schools

Most Programs Went Up In Rankings

The University of Maryland’s Clark School of Engineering has again achieved overall high rankings on U.S. News and World Report’s 2016 listing of Best Graduate Schools. The Clark School is ranked No. 23 among all graduate engineering programs and No. 12 among public institutions.

Complete rankings are listed below.

2016 Graduate Program Rankings

Aerospace Engineering is ranked No. 11
Bioengineering is ranked No. 33
Chemical Engineering is ranked No. 35
Civil Engineering is ranked No. 26
Computer Engineering is ranked No. 19
Electrical Engineering is ranked No. 15
Materials Engineering is ranked No. 28
Mechanical Engineering is ranked No. 21 

 

For more information about the newly released rankings, visit: http://ter.ps/rankings

 

 

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