US News Graduate Rankings 2007

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US News Graduate Rankings 2007 :
General Rankings : link Rank | Overall Score | Peer assess- ment score (5.0 highest) | Recruiter Assessment score (5.0 highest) | '05 average quantitative GRE score | '05 acceptance rate | '05 Ph.D. students/ faculty |'05 faculty membership in Natl. Academy of Engineering | '05 engineering school research expenditures (in millions) | '05 research expenditures per faculty member (in thousands) | Ph.D.'s granted 2004-05 | '05 total graduate engineering enrollment | 1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 100 4.9 4.8 775 25.4% 4.4 13.2% $224.8 $622.7 273 2,717 2. Stanford University (CA) 95 4.9 4.6 778 35.8% 5.1 14.8% $142.7 $689.3 260 3,218 3. University of California–Berkeley 4. Georgia Institute of Technology 5. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 6. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 6. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 8. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 9. University of Southern California (Viterbi) 10. California Institute of Technology 11. Cornell University (NY) 11. University of California–San Diego (Jacobs) 13. University of Texas–Austin 14. Texas A&M University–College Station (Look) 15. University of California–Los Angeles (Samueli) 15. University of Maryland–College Park (Clark) 15. University of Wisconsin–Madison 18. Princeton University (NJ) 19. Pennsylvania State University–University Park 20. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) (NY) 21. Harvard University (MA) 21. Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) (MD) 21. Northwestern University (McCormick) (IL) 21. University of California–Santa Barbara 21. University of Washington 26. Ohio State University 26. University of Florida 28. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 29. Rice University (Brown) (TX) 30. Duke University (NC) 30. Virginia Tech 32. University of Pennsylvania

33. North Carolina State University 33. Washington University in St. Louis (Sever) 35. University of California–Davis 35. University of Rochester (NY) 37. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 38. University of Virginia 39. University of Colorado–Boulder 39. Yale University (CT) 41. University of California–Irvine (Samueli) 42. Boston University 42. Case Western Reserve University (OH) 42. Dartmouth College (Thayer) (NH) 42. Iowa State University 42. University of Delaware 47. Arizona State University (Fulton) 47. Lehigh University (Rossin) (PA) 47. Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 47. Vanderbilt University (TN)

Computer Engineering: 1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4.9 Stanford University (CA) 4.9 3. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 4.8 University of California–Berkeley 4.8 5. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.6 6. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 4.5 7. Georgia Institute of Technology 4.4 8. University of Texas–Austin 4.3 9. Cornell University (NY) 4.2 10. California Institute of Technology 4.1 Princeton University (NJ) 4.1 Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 4.1 13. University of California–Los Angeles (Samueli) 4.0 University of Washington 4.0 15. University of Southern California (Viterbi) 3.9 16. University of Maryland–College Park (Clark) 3.8 17. Rice University (Brown) (TX) 3.7 University of California–San Diego (Jacobs) 3.7 19. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) (NY) 3.6 Pennsylvania State University–University Park 3.6 21. Duke University (NC) 3.5 Northwestern University (McCormick) (IL) 3.5 Ohio State University 3.5 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 3.5 Texas A&M University–College Station (Look) 3.5 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.5 27. Harvard University (MA) 3.4 Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) (MD) 3.4 University of Virginia 3.4 30. North Carolina State University 3.3 University of California–Santa Barbara 3.3 University of Pennsylvania 3.3 Virginia Tech 3.3 34. Brown University (RI) 3.2 Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 3.2 University of California–Davis 3.2 University of California–Irvine (Samueli) 3.2 University of Massachusetts–Amherst 3.2 39. Arizona State University (Fulton) 3.1 University of Colorado–Boulder 3.1 University of Florida 3.1 University of Rochester (NY) 3.1 Washington University in St. Louis (Sever) 3.1 44. Iowa State University 3.0

University of Arizona 3.0 University of Notre Dame (IN) 3.0 University of Utah 3.0 Vanderbilt University (TN) 3.0 49. Case Western Reserve University (OH) 2.9 Michigan State University 2.9 SUNY–Stony Brook 2.9 52. Boston University 2.8 Dartmouth College (Thayer) (NH) 2.8 54. Northeastern University (MA) 2.7 University at Buffalo–SUNY 2.7 University of Illinois–Chicago 2.7 University of New Mexico 2.7 58. Auburn University (Ginn) (AL) 2.6 Clemson University (SC) 2.6 Polytechnic University (NY) 2.6 Syracuse University (NY) 2.6 University of California–Santa Cruz (Baskin) 2.6 University of Iowa 2.6 University of Tennessee–Knoxville 2.6 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee 2.6 Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA) 2.6 67. Drexel University (PA) 2.5 Illinois Institute of Technology (Armour) 2.5 Lehigh University (Rossin) (PA) 2.5 Oregon State University 2.5 Southern Methodist University (TX) 2.5 University of California–Riverside (Bourns) 2.5 University of Central Florida

Electrical Engineering: 1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5.0 2. Stanford University (CA) 4.9 University of California–Berkeley 4.9 4. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.8 5. California Institute of Technology 4.7 6. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 4.5 7. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 4.4 Georgia Institute of Technology 4.4 9. Cornell University (NY) 4.3 10. University of Texas–Austin 4.2 11. Princeton University (NJ) 4.1 Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 4.1 13. University of California–Los Angeles (Samueli) 3.9 University of Maryland–College Park (Clark) 3.9 University of Southern California (Viterbi) 3.9 16. University of California–San Diego (Jacobs) 3.7 University of Washington 3.7 University of Wisconsin–Madison 3.7 19. Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) (MD) 3.6 Ohio State University 3.6 Pennsylvania State University–University Park 3.6 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 3.6 Rice University (Brown) (TX) 3.6 University of California–Santa Barbara 3.6 25. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) (NY) 3.5 Texas A&M University–College Station (Look) 3.5 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.5 Virginia Tech 3.5 29. Arizona State University (Fulton) 3.4 Duke University (NC) 3.4 Northwestern University (McCormick) (IL) 3.4 University of Florida 3.4 33. North Carolina State University 3.3 University of Arizona 3.3 University of California–Davis 3.3 University of Colorado–Boulder 3.3 University of Pennsylvania 3.3 38. Iowa State University 3.2 University of Virginia 3.2 Washington University in St. Louis (Sever) 3.2 Yale University (CT) 3.2 42. Michigan State University 3.1 University of California–Irvine (Samueli) 3.1 44. Brown University (RI) 3.0

Case Western Reserve University (OH) 3.0 University of Massachusetts–Amherst 3.0 University of Notre Dame (IN) 3.0 Vanderbilt University (TN) 3.0 49. Auburn University (Ginn) (AL) 2.9 Northeastern University (MA) 2.9 51. Boston University 2.8 Colorado State University 2.8 Dartmouth College (Thayer) (NH) 2.8 Drexel University (PA) 2.8 Lehigh University (Rossin) (PA) 2.8 Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 2.8 University of Iowa 2.8 University of Missouri–Rolla 2.8 University of Rochester (NY) 2.8 University of Utah 2.8 61. Oregon State University 2.7 SUNY–Stony Brook 2.7 Texas Tech University 2.7 University of Delaware 2.7 University of Illinois–Chicago 2.7 University of New Mexico 2.7 University of Pittsburgh 2.7 Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA) 2.7 69. Clemson University (SC) 2.6 Polytechnic University (NY) 2.6 Southern Methodist University (TX) 2.6 Syracuse University (NY) 2.6 University at Buffalo–SUNY 2.6 University of Central Florida 2.6 University of Connecticut 2.6 University of Tennessee–Knoxville 2.6 77. Illinois Institute of Technology (Armour) 2.5 Stevens Institute of Technology (Schaefer) (NJ) 2.5 Tufts University (MA) 2.5 University of Nebraska–Lincoln 2.5 University of North Carolina–Charlotte (Lee) 2.5 University of Texas–Dallas 2.5 Washington State University 2.5

Computer Science : Computer Science (Ph.D.) Ranked in 2006* Rank/SchoolAverage assessment score (5.0 = highest) 1. Carnegie Mellon University (PA)5.0 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5.0 Stanford University (CA)5.0 University of California–Berkeley 5.0 5.Cornell University (NY)4.6 University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.6 7. University of Washington 4.5 8. Princeton University (NJ)4.4 9. University of Texas–Austin 4.3 University of Wisconsin–Madison 4.3 11. California Institute of Technology 4.2 Georgia Institute of Technology 4.2 13. University of California–San Diego 4.0 University of Maryland–College Park 4.0 15. Harvard University (MA)3.9 University of California–Los Angeles 3.9 University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 3.9 18. Columbia University (NY)3.8 Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN)3.8 University of Pennsylvania 3.8 Yale University (CT)3.8 22. Brown University (RI)3.7 Rice University (TX)3.7 University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill 3.7 25. Duke University (NC)3.6 University of Massachusetts–Amherst 3.6 University of Southern California 3.628. Johns Hopkins University (MD)3.5 29. New York University 3.4 Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ)3.4 University of California–Irvine 3.4 University of Virginia 3.4 33. Pennsylvania State University–University Park 3.3 34. Ohio State University 3.2 SUNY–Stony Brook 3.2 University of California–Santa Barbara 3.2 University of Chicago 3.2 University of Colorado–Boulder 3.2 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.2 40. Dartmouth College (NH)3.1 Northwestern University (IL)3.1

University of Arizona 3.1 University of California–Davis 3.1 University of Rochester (NY)3.1 University of Utah 3.1 Washington University in St. Louis 3.1 47. Indiana University–Bloomington 3.0 North Carolina State University 3.0 University of Florida 3.0 Virginia Tech

MBA Rankings : Rank Overall Score Peer assess- ment score (5.0 highest) | Recruiter assessment score (5.0 highest) | '05 average undergrad GPA | '05 average GMAT score | '05 acceptance rate | '05 average starting salary & bonus | '05 grads employed at graduation |Employed 3 months after graduation | '05 out-of- state tuition & fees | '05 total full-time enrollment | 1. Harvard University (MA) 100 4.7 4.6 3.64 707 15.7% $116,730 88.1% 94.3 $37,500 1,821 2. Stanford University (CA) 99 4.8 4.6 3.56 712 10.8% $117,456 78.1% 93.0 $41,340 748 3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 4. Northwestern University (Kellogg) (IL) 6. University of Chicago 7. Columbia University (NY) 7. University of California–Berkeley (Haas) 9. Dartmouth College (Tuck) (NH) 10. University of California–Los Angeles (Anderson) 11. Duke University (Fuqua) (NC) 11. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Ross) 13. New York University (Stern) 13. University of Virginia (Darden) 15. Yale University (CT) 16. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) (PA) 16. Cornell University (Johnson) (NY) 18. Emory University (Goizueta) (GA) 18. University of Texas–Austin (McCombs) 20. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler) 21. Purdue University–West Lafayette (Krannert) (IN) 22. Ohio State University (Fisher) 23. Indiana University–Bloomington (Kelley) 23. Michigan State University (Broad) 23. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Carlson) 26. University of Rochester (Simon) (NY) 26. Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) 28. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 29. University of Southern California (Marshall) 29. University of Washington 31. Texas A&M University–College Station (Mays) 31. University of Notre Dame (Mendoza) (IN) 31. University of Wisconsin–Madison 34. Arizona State University–Main Campus (Carey) 34. Brigham Young University (Marriott) (UT) 34. Georgetown University (McDonough) (DC) 34. Georgia Institute of Technology

38. Pennsylvania State University–University Park (Smeal) 38. University of California–Irvine (Merage) 38. University of Maryland–College Park (Smith) 41. Boston College (Carroll) 41. Southern Methodist University (Cox) (TX) 41. University of Florida (Warrington) 44. Boston University 44. Rice University (Jones) (TX) 46. University of California–Davis 46. University of Georgia (Terry) 48. University of Pittsburgh (Katz) 49. Babson College (Olin) (MA) 49. Tulane University (Freeman) (LA) 49. Vanderbilt University (Owen) (TN)

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