University Rankings: Chemistry (2008)

1 California Institute of Technology
2 MIT
3 Stanford
4 UC- Berkeley
5 Harvard
6 Scripps Research Institute
7 University of Illinois– Urbana-Champaign
8 University of Wisconsin– Madison
9 Cornell
10 Northwestern University
11 Columbia University
12 UCLA
13 University of Chicago
14 University of Texas– Austin
15 Yale
16 Penn State
17 Princeton
18 University of Michigan– Ann Arbor
19 University of North Carolina– Chapel Hill
20 UC- San Diego
21 University of Pennsylvania
22 Purdue
23 Texas A&M
24 UC-Irvine
25 University of Minnesota– Twin Cities
26 Georgia Institute of Technology
27 UC- Santa Barbara
28 Johns Hopkins University
29 Ohio State University
30 Rice University
31 UC- San Fransisco
32 University of Colorado– Boulder
33 University of Washington
34 Indiana University– Bloomington
35 UC- Davis
36 Emory
37 Iowa State University
38 Michigan State University
39 University of Arizona
40 University of Maryland– College Park
41 University of Utah
42 University of Florida
43 Colorado State University
44 Duke University
45 University of Pittsburgh
46 UCLA
47 Washington University in St. Louis
48 Florida State University
49 UC- Riverside
50 Arizona State University

University Rankings: Physics(2008)

1 MIT
2 Stanford
3 California Institute of Technology
4 Harvard
5 Princeton
6 University of California– Berkeley
7 Cornell
8 University of Chicago
9 University of Illinois– Urbana-Champaign
10 University of California–Santa Barbara
11 Columbia
12 Yale
13 University of Maryland– College Park
14 University of Michigan– Ann Arbor
15 University of Pennsylvania
16 UCLA
17 UCSD
18 University of Texas– Austin
19 University of Wisconsin–Madison
20 Johns Hopkins University
21 University of Colorado– Boulder
22 University of Washington
23 Penn State University– University Park
24 University of Minnesota– Twin Cities
25 SUNY–Stony Brook
26 Northwestern University
27 The Ohio State University
28 Rutgers
29 Brown University
30 Carnegie Mellon University
31 Rice University
32 Duke
33 Michigan State University
34 UC- Davis
35 UC- Irvine
36 Boston University
37 Georgia Institute of Technology
38 Purdue University
39 University of North Carolina– Chapel Hill
40 University of Virginia
41 University of Florida
42 NYU
43 University of Arizona
44 University of Rochester
45 Indiana University
45 Texas A&M
46 UC- Santa Cruz
49 Arizona State University
50 Iowa State University

University Rankings for Mathmatics (2009)

1 Princeton University Princeton, NJ
2 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA
2 Stanford University Stanford, CA
2 U of California–Berkeley Berkeley, CA
6 U of Chicago Chicago, IL
7 California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA
7 Yale University New Haven, CT
9 Columbia University New York, NY
9 New York University New York, NY Distance
9 U of Michigan–Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
12 U of California–Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
13 Cornell University Ithaca, NY
14 Brown University Providence, RI
14 U of Texas–Austin Austin, TX
14 U of Wisconsin–Madison Madison, WI
17 U of Minnesota–Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN
18 Northwestern University Evanston, IL
18 U of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL
18 U of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA
21 Duke University Durham, NC
21 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD
21 U of Maryland–College Park College Park, MD
24 Rutgers, the State Uni of New Jersey–New Brunswick Piscataway, NJ
24 SUNY–Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY
24 U of California–San Diego La Jolla, CA
24 U of Washington Seattle, WA
28 Indiana Uni–Bloomington Bloomington, IN
28 Pennsylvania State Uni–University Park University Park, PA
28 Purdue Uni–West Lafayette West Lafayette, IN
28 Rice Uni Houston, TX
28 U of North Carolina–Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC
33 Carnegie Mellon Uni Pittsburgh, PA
33 Ohio State Uni Columbus, OH
33 U of Utah Salt Lake City, UT
36 CUNY Graduate School and Uni Center New York, NY
36 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA
36 U of California–Davis Davis, CA
36 U of Illinois–Chicago Chicago, IL
40 Brandeis Univ Waltham, MA
40 U of Arizona Tucson, AZ
40 U of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
40 Washington Univ in St. Louis St. Louis, MO
44 Michigan State Univ East Lansing, MI
44 Texas A&M Univ–College Station College Station, TX
44 U of California–Irvine Irvine, CA
44 U of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN
48 Boston Univ Boston, MA
48 Dartmouth College Hanover, NH
48 North Carolina State Univ Raleigh, NC
48 U of California–Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA
48 U of Colorado–Boulder Boulder, CO
48 Vanderbilt Univ Nashville, TN
48 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA
55 U of Georgia Athens, GA
55 U of Iowa Iowa City, IA
55 U of Southern California Los Angeles, CA
58 Northeastern Uni Boston, MA
58 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY
58 U of Florida Gainesville, FL
58 U of Missouri–Columbia Columbia, MO
58 U of Oregon Eugene, OR
58 U of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA
64 Arizona State Uni Tempe, AZ
64 Claremont Graduate Uni Claremont, CA
64 Iowa State Uni Ames, IA
64 Louisiana State Uni–Baton Rouge Baton Rouge, LA
64 U of Kansas Lawrence, KS
64 U of Massachusetts–Amherst Amherst, MA
70 Florida State Uni Tallahassee, FL
70 U of California–Riverside Riverside, CA
70 U of Delaware Newark, DE
70 U of Rochester Rochester, NY
70 U of Tennessee–Knoxville Knoxville, TN

Featured Engineering School: BYU’s Fulton College of Engineering

Why Study Engineering at BYU?
Here is what they have to say:

The world’s expectation of its engineering and technical personnel will range from providing for interplanetary exploration and travel to solving such earthly problems as pollution, transportation, efficient energy use, new materials, and new products and manufacturing processes, as well as many other exciting and challenging needs.

The solution to man’s present and future problems will require people trained as craftsmen, technicians, technologists, and engineers working together as a team. Each of the departments in the Fulton College of Engineering and Technology has a faculty with special training and advanced education, including years of work experience, which qualify them to prepare students for these technical careers. Each department also has modern, well-equipped laboratories that provide exciting and valuable hands-on experience.

Their Mission Statement:
The mission of the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology at BYU is to help develop men and women of faith, character and technical ability who will become outstanding leaders throughout the world.

Engineering, with a strong emphasis on mathematics, and the basic sciences, has been offered at Brigham Young University since 1952. The School of Technology provides an environment where students and faculty can learn in a nurturing atmosphere with emphases in leadership, management and application of technology. Graduates of both engineering and technology find acceptance in the best graduate schools and in top industrial organizations. Many are in key positions in leading industries or have important assignments with government agencies. With the evident need extending well into the future for those skilled in solving technological problems, an engineering degree from BYU is a valuable professional accomplishment.
(http://www.et.byu.edu/college_why.htm)

Rankings

BYU’s Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology also did well in this year’s U.S. News graduate school rankings, earning top 100 marks in three specialty areas:

— 58th, chemical engineering specialty

— 68th, mechanical engineering specialty

— 79th, electrical engineering specialty

Featured Engineering School: the University of Utah

What does the University of Utah’s College of Engineering have to say?
For Undergraduate:
At the College of Engineering we provide our students with the highest quality education that prepares them for leadership positions and professional practice in academia, industry and government. With about 130 full-time faculty, we strive to create an environment where the highest standards of scholarship and professional practice are observed, and where our responsibilities to students are taken seriously and met. Our BS engineering degrees are designed to be completed in four years, and it is not uncommon for seniors to have great job offers while still in school.

The College recognizes that an essential component of achieving excellence includes practices that integrate teaching and research. In support of this mission, the College provides a comprehensive experience at the undergraduate level that promotes and nurtures engineering science and its applications through its educational programs, research and public service.

Scholarships, internships and rewarding research experiences are available in all of our educational programs. We welcome students to explore the educational opportunities available and encourage them to meet with advisors to take full advantage of all that the College and University have to offer.
(http://www.coe.utah.edu/current-undergrad)
For Graduate Degrees:

Nestled in the spectacular Wasatch range, the College of Engineering provides unique graduate training programs to highly qualified students leading to degrees that push the frontiers of engineering beyond its present borders. With internationally recognized faculty and state of the art research infrastructure, the college of engineering consistently places its graduates on successful career paths. During the past 100+ years, the College has graduated over 12,000 engineers. Many alumni have gone on to achieve international recognition in industry, manufacturing, research, education, law, medicine and many other professions.

If that that isn’t enough, how about an annual snowfall of 500 inches of fluffy, dry powder and 13 incredible resorts? Or perhaps you like mountain biking, rafting, kayaking, or rock climbing. The fact is that we have more varieties of landscapes, geology and recreational opportunities than even we can imagine. While our national parks are considered by many as treasures, there are many more places to see and things to do that are just as amazing and certainly less crowded! Come and check us out, most of our graduates never want to leave.

We invite you to explore our degree options by examining our degree programs and to contact faculty directly to enquire about openings in their research groups.
(http://www.coe.utah.edu/current-grad)

University of Utah College of Engineering Rankings:(Graduate)
The American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) ranks the University of Utah’s College of Engineering[2]:

53rd out of 331 schools for undergraduate enrollment
Among the top 50 schools for the number of PhDs
Among the top 50 schools for BS degrees in computer science, civil engineering, chemical engineering and electrical engineering
44th out of 200 schools in research expenditures
44th out of 323 schools for the number of teaching personnel

USnews ranks the College Of Engineering 62nd in the nation

University Rankings: Civil Engineering (2008)

1- University of California- Berkeley

2-University of Illinois- Urbana – Champaign

3-Stanford

4-University of Texas- Austin

5-Georgia Institute of Technology

6-MIT

7-Purdue

8-University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

9-California Institute of Technology

10-Cornell

11-Northwestern University

12-Virginia Tech

13-Carnegie Mellon University

14-Texas A&M

15-University of Wisconsin- Madison

16-University of Minnesota- Twin Cities

17-Penn State

18-University of Washington

20-Johns Hopkins

21-University of California-Davis

22-University of California San Diego

23-University of Maryland-College Park

24-Lehigh University

25-Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

26-North Carolina State University

27-University of Colorado-Boulder

28-Rice

29-UCLA

30-University of Florida

31-Colorado State University

32-Columbia University

33-Duke

34-University of Southern California

35-University of Arizona

36-Arizona State University

37-Ohio State University

38- University at Buffalo-SUNY

39-Michigan State University

40-Iowa State University

41-University of Virginia

42-University of California-Irvine

43-Univeristy of Iowa

44-Washington University in St. Louis

45-University of Missouri-Rolla

46-University of Massachusetts-Amherst

47-University of Notre Dame

48-Vanderbilt University

49-Auburn University

50-Case Western Reserve University

Mechanical Engineering University Rankings(2008)

1- MIT

2-Stanford

3-University of Michigan 

4-University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign

5-University of California- Berkeley

6-California Institute of Technology

7-Princeton University

8- Cornell

9-University of Texas at Austin

10- University of Minnesota 

11-University of California-San Diego

12-Penn State

13- Northwestern 

14-Georgia Institute of Technology

15-University of California- LA

16-Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst

17- Texas A&M

18-Purdue University

19-Carnegie Mellon

20-Brown

21-Virginia Polytech Inst & State University 

22-North Carolina State University

23-University of Wisconsin- Madison

24-University of Pennsylvania

25-Ohio State University

26-Case Western Reserve University

27-University of California-Davis

28-Columbia University

29-Lehigh University

30- Michigan State University

31- Rice

32-University of Arizona

33-University of Maryland College Park

34-University of Washington

35-University of Southern California

36- University of Notre Dame

37-Rutgers State University- New Brunswick

28-Oklahoma State University

39-University of Delaware

40-Duke

41-Johns Hopkins University

42-Cuny

43-University of California-Irvine

44-Clemson University 

45-State University of New York-Buffalo

46-University of Cincinnati

47-University of Utah

48-University of Iowa

49-University of Virginia

50-University of Colorado

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