Top Engineering Schools

Welcome to the site exclusively for Top Engineering Schools. As name suggests, we offer information for engineering programs at the graduate education level. Master of engineering will be offered once such an engineering education is completed. Typically, such graduate education in engineering are provided by School of Engineering or College of Engineering or even Engineering Department.

For most engineering schools, students will pursue their study in the following areas, such as biochemical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, or nuclei engineering, etc. To see more subjects of engineering, please see AbbreviationFinder. Below you will find top 10 engineering schools in the United States.

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of California-Berkeley
  4. Carnegie Mellon University
  5. California Institute of Technology
  6. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  7. Georgia Institute of Technology
  8. Purdue University-West Lafayette
  9. University of Southern California (Viterbi)
  10. University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign

The following is an alphabetical list of 191 best colleges of engineering in the United States. To see profile of United States, see countryaah.com.

  1. Alfred University-New York State College of Ceramics (Inamori) – Alfred, NY
  2. Arizona State University (Fulton) – Tempe, AZ
  3. Auburn University (Ginn) – Auburn University, AL
  4. Boston University – Boston, MA
  5. Brigham Young University (Fulton) – Provo, UT
  6. Brown University – Providence, RI
  7. CUNY Graduate School and University Center (Grove) – New York, NY
  8. CUNY-City College (Grove) – New York, NY
  9. California Institute of Technology – Pasadena, CA
  10. California State University-Long Beach – Long Beach, CA
  11. Carnegie Mellon University – Pittsburgh, PA
  12. Case Western Reserve University – Cleveland, OH
  13. Catholic University of America – Cleveland, OH
  14. Clarkson University – Washington, DC
  15. Clemson University – Potsdam, NY
  16. Cleveland State University (Fenn) – Clemson, SC
  17. Colorado School of Mines – Golden, CO
  18. Colorado State University – Fort Collins, CO
  19. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) – New York, NY
  20. Cornell University – Ithaca, NY
  21. Dartmouth College (Thayer) – Hanover, NH
  22. Drexel University – Philadelphia, PA
  23. Duke University – Durham, NC
  24. Florida Atlantic University – Boca Raton, FL
  25. Florida Institute of Technology – Melbourne, FL
  26. Florida International University – Miami, FL
  27. Florida State University/Florida A&M University – Tallahassee, FL
  28. George Mason University (Volgenau) – Fairfax, VA
  29. George Washington University – Washington, DC
  30. Georgia Institute of Technology – Atlanta, GA
  31. Harvard University – Cambridge, MA
  32. Howard University – Washington, DC
  33. Idaho State University – Pocatello, ID
  34. Illinois Institute of Technology (Armour) – Chicago, IL
  35. Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
  36. Iowa State University – Ames, IA
  37. Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) – Baltimore, MD
  38. Kansas State University – Manhattan, KS
  39. Lamar University – Beaumont, TX
  40. Lawrence Technological University – Southfield, MI
  41. Lehigh University (Rossin) – Bethlehem, PA
  42. Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge – Baton Rouge, LA
  43. Louisiana Tech University – Ruston, LA
  44. Marquette University – Milwaukee, WI
  45. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Cambridge, MA
  46. Michigan State University – East Lansing, MI
  47. Michigan Technological University – Houghton, MI
  48. Mississippi State University (Bagley) – Mississippi State, MS
  49. Montana State University – Bozeman, MT
  50. Morgan State University (Mitchell) – Baltimore, MD
  51. New Jersey Institute of Technology – Newark, NJ
  52. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology – Socorro, NM
  53. New Mexico State University – Las Cruces, NM
  54. North Carolina State University – Raleigh, NC
  55. Northeastern University – Boston, MA
  56. Northwestern University (McCormick) – Evanston, IL
  57. OGI School of Science and Engineering-Oregon Health and Science University – Beaverton, OR
  58. Oakland University – Rochester, MI
  59. Ohio State University – Columbus, OH
  60. Ohio University (Russ) – Athens, OH
  61. Oklahoma State University – Stillwater, OK
  62. Old Dominion University – Norfolk, VA
  63. Oregon State University – Corvallis, OR
  64. Pennsylvania State University-University Park – University Park, PA
  65. Polytechnic University – Brooklyn, NY
  66. Portland State University (Maseeh) – Portland, OR
  67. Prairie View A&M University – Prairie View, TX
  68. Princeton University – Princeton, NJ
  69. Purdue University-West Lafayette – West Lafayette, IN
  70. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Troy, NY
  71. Rice University (Brown) – Houston, TX
  72. Rochester Institute of Technology (Gleason) – Rochester, NY
  73. Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick – Piscataway, NJ
  74. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry – Syracuse, NY
  75. SUNY-Binghamton (Watson) – Binghamton, NY
  76. SUNY-Stony Brook – Stony Brook, NY
  77. San Diego State University – San Diego, CA
  78. Santa Clara University – Santa Clara, CA
  79. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology – Rapid City, SD
  80. South Dakota State University – Brookings, SD
  81. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale – Carbondale, IL
  82. Southern Methodist University – Dallas, TX
  83. St. Louis University (Parks) – St. Louis, MO
  84. Stanford University – Stanford, CA
  85. Stevens Institute of Technology (Schaefer) – Hoboken, NJ
  86. Syracuse University – Syracuse, NY
  87. Temple University – Philadelphia, PA
  88. Tennessee State University – Nashville, TN
  89. Tennessee Technological University – Cookeville, TN
  90. Texas A&M University-College Station (Look) – College Station, TX
  91. Texas Tech University – Lubbock, TX
  92. Tufts University – Medford, MA
  93. Tulane University – New Orleans, LA
  94. Tuskegee University – Tuskegee, AL
  95. University at Buffalo-SUNY – Buffalo, NY
  96. University of Akron – Akron, OH
  97. University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa, AL
  98. University of Alabama-Birmingham – Birmingham, AL
  99. University of Alabama-Huntsville – Huntsville, AL
  100. University of Alaska-Fairbanks – Fairbanks, AK
  101. University of Arizona – Tucson, AZ
  102. University of Arkansas-Fayetteville – Fayetteville, AR
  103. University of Bridgeport – Bridgeport, CT
  104. University of California-Berkeley – Berkeley, CA
  105. University of California-Davis – Davis, CA
  106. University of California-Irvine (Samueli) – Irvine, CA
  107. University of California-Los Angeles (Samueli) – Los Angeles, CA
  108. University of California-Riverside (Bourns) – Riverside, CA
  109. University of California-San Diego (Jacobs) – La Jolla, CA
  110. University of California-San Francisco – San Francisco, CA
  111. University of California-Santa Barbara – Santa Barbara, CA
  112. University of California-Santa Cruz (Baskin) – Santa Cruz, CA
  113. University of Central Florida – Orlando, FL
  114. University of Cincinnati – Cincinnati, OH
  115. University of Colorado-Boulder – Boulder, CO
  116. University of Colorado-Colorado Springs – Colorado Springs, CO
  117. University of Colorado-Denver and Health Sciences Center – Denver, CO
  118. University of Connecticut – Storrs, CT
  119. University of Dayton – Dayton, OH
  120. University of Delaware – Newark, DE
  121. University of Denver – Denver, CO
  122. University of Florida – Gainesville, FL
  123. University of Georgia – Athens, GA
  124. University of Hawaii-Manoa – Honolulu, HI
  125. University of Houston (Cullen) – Houston, TX
  126. University of Idaho – Moscow, ID
  127. University of Illinois-Chicago – Chicago, IL
  128. University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign – Urbana, IL
  129. University of Iowa – Iowa City, IA
  130. University of Kansas – Lawrence, KS
  131. University of Kentucky – Lexington, KY
  132. University of Louisiana-Lafayette – Lafayette, LA
  133. University of Louisville (Speed) – Louisville, KY
  134. University of Maine – Orono, ME
  135. University of Maryland-Baltimore County – Baltimore, MD
  136. University of Maryland-College Park (Clark) – College Park, MD
  137. University of Massachusetts-Amherst – Amherst, MA
  138. University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth – North Dartmouth, MA
  139. University of Massachusetts-Lowell (Francis) – Lowell, MA
  140. University of Memphis – Memphis, TN
  141. University of Miami – Coral Gables, FL
  142. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor – Ann Arbor, MI
  143. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities – Minneapolis, MN
  144. University of Mississippi – University, MS
  145. University of Missouri-Columbia – Columbia, MO
  146. University of Missouri-Rolla – Rolla, MO
  147. University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Lincoln, NE
  148. University of Nevada-Las Vegas (Hughes) – Las Vegas, NV
  149. University of Nevada-Reno – Reno, NV
  150. University of New Hampshire – Durham, NH
  151. University of New Mexico – Albuquerque, NM
  152. University of New Orleans – New Orleans, LA
  153. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill – Chapel Hill, NC
  154. University of North Carolina-Charlotte (Lee) – Charlotte, NC
  155. University of North Dakota – Grand Forks, ND
  156. University of Notre Dame – Notre Dame, IN
  157. University of Oklahoma – Norman, OK
  158. University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, PA
  159. University of Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, PA
  160. University of Rhode Island – Kingston, RI
  161. University of Rochester – Rochester, NY
  162. University of South Carolina – Columbia, SC
  163. University of South Florida – Tampa, FL
  164. University of Southern California (Viterbi) – Los Angeles, CA
  165. University of Tennessee-Knoxville – Knoxville, TN
  166. University of Texas-Arlington – Arlington, TX
  167. University of Texas-Austin – Austin, TX
  168. University of Texas-Dallas (Jonsson) – Richardson, TX
  169. University of Texas-El Paso – El Paso, TX
  170. University of Toledo – Toledo, OH
  171. University of Tulsa – Tulsa, OK
  172. University of Utah – Salt Lake City, UT
  173. University of Vermont – Burlington, VT
  174. University of Virginia – Charlottesville, VA
  175. University of Washington – Seattle, WA
  176. University of Wisconsin-Madison – Madison, WI
  177. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – Milwaukee, WI
  178. University of Wyoming – Laramie, WY
  179. Utah State University – Logan, UT
  180. Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN
  181. Virginia Commonwealth University – Richmond, VA
  182. Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, VA
  183. Washington State University – Pullman, WA
  184. Washington University in St. Louis (Sever) – St. Louis, MO
  185. Wayne State University – Detroit, MI
  186. West Virginia University – Morgantown, WV
  187. Western Michigan University – Kalamazoo, MI
  188. Wichita State University – Wichita, KS
  189. Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Worcester, MA
  190. Wright State University – Dayton, OH
  191. Yale University – New Haven, CT

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