Graduate School Rankings:
Our Electrical Engineering program at the University of Maryland is currently ranked 14th in the nation, 7th among public universities, and 1st among all public universities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, according to the U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Graduate Schools. Our Computer Engineering program was ranked 17th in the nation in 2010, 8th among public universities, and 1st among all public universities in the Northeast.
The Clark School's graduate engineering programs collectively rank 22nd in the nation and 10th among all public universities. From a regional perspective, the Clark School is ranked 5th among all East Coast engineering programs, and 2nd among East Coast public engineering programs.
The University of Maryland was also ranked 2nd in plasma physics, and 5th in atomic/molecular/optical physics, two programs closely related to electrical engineering.
The University of Maryland's undergraduate program in Computer Engineering was ranked 16th and the Electrical Engineering was ranked 17th in the nation in 2010 by U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges.
The Clark School's undergraduate programs in engineering collectively rank 19th in the nation and 9th among all public universities, according to the U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges.
Entrepreneurship programs offered by the Clark School's Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech) and the Smith School of Business were ranked 11th.
The University of Maryland is ranked 18th among U.S. public universities by U.S. News & World Report. Maryland has 32 programs in the top 10, 51 in the top 15, 67 in the top 20, and 79 in the top 25.
The Wall Street Journal's Top 25 Recruiter Picks ranked the University of Maryland 3rd in the nation for Engineering, and 8th in the nation overall.
The Kiplinger 100 Best Values in Public Colleges ranked University of Maryland 8th in the nation in 2010.
The University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering is ranked 13th in the world in the 2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
The University of Maryland nanotechnology program was rated #5 in the nation for education and #7 for research by Small Times magazine.
The University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering was ranked 6th in The Princeton Review's Top 20 Graduate Engineering Programs.
When last evaluated by the National Research Council, the ECE department's Ph.D. program was ranked 9th among all electrical engineering programs in public institutions, and 17th overall.
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