6 Best Engineering Schools in the US

6 Best Engineering Schools in the US

6 Best Engineering Schools in the US

The United States has so many excellent engineering programs that this top list is just the tip of the iceberg. Each offers world-class facilities, teachers, and well-known alumni. Take a peek at these top undergraduate engineering colleges if you’re looking for a school that focuses more on undergraduates than graduate research.

Harvard University

Most college applicants in the Boston area think of MIT, not Harvard when it comes to engineering. However, Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, continues to strengthen its engineering and applied for sciences programs. Undergraduate engineering students can choose from a variety of engineering specializations.

Harvard University is known for being a member of the Ivy League and the Association of American Universities, as well as a Phi Beta Kappa Chapter. Admission to this prestigious university is quite competitive.

Princeton University

The School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton University, a private school in Princeton, New Jersey, focuses on one of six engineering specialties, although the curriculum also includes a strong foundation in the humanities and social sciences. The mission of Princeton is to “teach leaders who can solve international challenges,” according to the school’s website.

Princeton University is known for being a member of the Ivy League and the Association of American Universities, as well as a Phi Beta Kappa Chapter. This high-ranking university has quite a competitive admission.

Penn State University

Penn State is a big public university in University Park, Pennsylvania, with a thriving and diversified engineering program that annually graduates more than 1,000 engineers. Check out Penn State’s Liberal Arts and Engineering Concurrent Degree Program, which is an excellent option for those who don’t want to follow a limited pre-professional path. It is distinguished by being a Phi Beta Kappa Chapter, a member of the Big Ten Athletic Conference, and the flagship school of the Pennsylvania university system; they also have selective admissions.

The University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)

UCLA is one of the country’s most selective and well-regarded public universities, located in Los Angeles, California. The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science graduates roughly 400 engineering students each year. Electrical and mechanical engineering are popular among undergraduates.

Texas A&M at College Station

Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, is much more than an agricultural and engineering school, with strengths in the humanities and sciences as well as more technical fields. Each year, Texas A&M graduates over 1,000 engineers, with civil and mechanical engineering being the most popular among undergraduates.

University of Wisconsin at Madison

Wisconsin’s College of Engineering, located in Madison, Wisconsin, annually graduates roughly 600 undergraduates. Chemical, mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering are among the most popular majors among students. Wisconsin specializes in several fields outside of engineering, like the other competitive colleges on this list.

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