Thinking about applying to graduate school? Whether you're interested in pursuing a graduate degree in engineering, or attending law school or business school, there are some big decisions to make. To help students find the right school for them, U.S. News & World Report surveys more than 1,300 graduate schools and programs and ranks them according to our methodology.
Here, we offer a sneak peek of the 2015 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
U.S. News surveyed 212 schools granting doctoral degrees in engineering. In alphabetical order, here are the top 10 highest-ranked engineering schools.
|School (name) (state)|
|California Institute of Technology|
|Carnegie Mellon University (PA)|
|Georgia Institute of Technology|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Purdue University--West Lafayette (IN)|
|Stanford University (CA)|
|University of California--Berkeley|
|University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign|
|University of Michigan--Ann Arbor|
|University of Texas--Austin (Cockrell)|
The actual ranking and score of these and other graduate schools will be available March 11, 2014, on usnews.com. Use the #BestGradSchools hashtag to continue the conversation on Twitter and Facebook.
For more in-depth rankings, searchable data and an expanded directory of programs, sign up for the U.S. News Engineering School Compass .