Here’s a ranking of Electrical Engineering programs of U.S. Universities.
I’m not a big fan of university rankings. But readers of this blog kept on requesting me for rankings and want to use the ranking system to select universities.
So here you go, a university ranking of electrical engineering programs.
If you are looking for specific areas such as VLSI, power systems, embedded systems, communication engineering, etc., I don’t have any list, but you can certainly browse within specific schools’ websites.
If you are looking for some forms of calculators, where you can enter your GRE score, academics, TOEFL, etc., and hit "submit" and it will generate a list of good universities with scholarship provisions, I can only say one thing – stop searching for them.
Believe me, you are not going to find it. It just simply doesn’t exist. The best way to find good schools is through the hard and right way – spend time visiting each school’s website and talk to current students there.
If you think that’s time consuming, then if you end up selecting wrong school, without proper information, your life will be at huge risk, endangering your parent’s money, career, job search, etc.
So I would do my own research before applying to schools, not after getting admissions. I guess you would also agree with me.
I remember one of our blog readers had admission from 2 universities. I suggested him to go to the University of Texas at Arlington, but he selected the other school.
Guess what? Within one semester, he ended up getting a transfer to a different school. I’m trying to make students’ (your) lives a bit easier.
I don’t agree to this university ranking, but I’ve got to provide what readers ask for. The following electrical engineering ranking list is published by U.S. News for 2007.
Electrical Engineering Graduate School Rankings
|1||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
University of California–Berkeley
|4||University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign|
|5||California Institute of Technology|
|6||University of Michigan – Ann Arbor|
|7||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|9||Carnegie Mellon University|
Purdue University – West Lafayette
University of Texas – Austin
|13||University of California – Los Angeles|
University of Southern California
|15||University of Wisconsin – Madison|
|16||University of Maryland – College Park|
|17||University of California – San Diego|
University of California – Santa Barbara
University of Washington
|21||Pennsylvania State University – University Park|
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Texas A & M University – College Station
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
Arizona State University
Johns Hopkins University
North Carolina State University
Ohio State University
University of Florida
University of Pennsylvania
University of Arizona
University of Virginia
|40||University of California -Davis|
University of Colorado – Boulder
Washington University in St. Louis
Iowa State University
Rutgers – New Brunswick
University of California -Irvine
University of Massachusetts–Amherst
University of Notre Dame
Case Western Reserve University
|54||Michigan State University|
Oregon State University
University of Rochester
Colorado State University
SUNY – Stony Brook
University of Illinois – Chicago
University Missouri – Rolla
University of New Mexico
University of Pittsburgh
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
|68||University of Buffalo -SUNY|
University of Central Florida
University of Delaware
University of Iowa
Washington State University
|73||Stevens Institute of Technology|
Texas Tech University
University of Connecticut
University of Kansas
University of Missouri – Columbia
University of Tennessee – Knoxville
University of Texas – Dallas
University of Utah