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. Each year, U.S. News & World Report surveys more than 1,200 graduate schools and programs and ranks them according to our methodology to help students decide what to study and find the right school for them.
Here, we offer a sneak peek of the 2014 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
U.S. News surveyed 199 schools granting doctoral degrees in engineering. In alphabetical order, here are the top 10 highest-ranked engineering schools.
|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 Southern California (Viterbi)|
The actual ranking and score of these and other graduate schools will be available March 12, 2013, on usnews.com.
Access the U.S. News Engineering School Compass for more in-depth rankings and searchable data, tools, and an expanded directory of programs.