• Chemistry
    2008년도

    1 California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA Score 4.9
    1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA Score 4.9
    1 Stanford University Stanford, CA Score 4.9
    1 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA Score 4.9
    5 Harvard University Cambridge, MA Score 4.8
    6 Scripps Research Institute La Jolla, CA Score 4.6
    7 University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL Score 4.5
    7 University of Wisconsin--Madison Madison, WI Score 4.5
    9 Cornell University Ithaca, NY Score 4.4
    9 Northwestern University Evanston, IL Score 4.4
    11 Columbia University New York, NY Score 4.3
    12 University of California--Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Score 4.2
    12 University of Chicago Chicago, IL Score 4.2
    12 University of Texas--Austin Austin, TX Score 4.2
    15 Yale University New Haven, CT Score 4.1
    16 Pennsylvania State University--University Park University Park, PA Score 4.0
    16 Princeton University Princeton, NJ Score 4.0
    16 University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI Score 4.0
    16 University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC Score 4.0
    20 University of California--San Diego La Jolla, CA Score 3.9
    20 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA Score 3.9
    22 Purdue University--West Lafayette West Lafayette, IN Score 3.8
    22 Texas A&M University--College Station College Station, TX Score 3.8
    22 University of California--Irvine Irvine, CA Score 3.8
    22 University of Minnesota--Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN Score 3.8
    26 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA Score 3.7
    26 University of California--Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA Score 3.7
    28 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD Score 3.6
    28 Ohio State University Columbus, OH Score 3.6
    28 Rice University Houston, TX Score 3.6
    28 University of California--San Francisco San Francisco, CA Score 3.6
    28 University of Colorado--Boulder Boulder, CO Score 3.6
    28 University of Washington Seattle, WA Score 3.6
    34 Indiana University--Bloomington Bloomington, IN Score 3.5
    34 University of California--Davis Davis, CA Score 3.5
    36 Emory University Atlanta, GA Score 3.4
    36 Iowa State University Ames, IA Score 3.4
    36 Michigan State University East Lansing, MI Score 3.4
    36 University of Arizona Tucson, AZ Score 3.4
    36 University of Florida Gainesville, FL Score 3.4
    36 University of Maryland--College Park College Park, MD Score 3.4
    36 University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT Score 3.4
    43 Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO Score 3.3
    43 Duke University Durham, NC Score 3.3
    43 University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA Score 3.3
    43 University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA Score 3.3
    43 Washington University in St. Louis St. Louis, MO Score 3.3
    48 Florida State University Tallahassee, FL Score 3.2
    48 University of California--Riverside Riverside, CA Score 3.2
    50 Arizona State University Tempe, AZ Score 3.1
    50 Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA Score 3.1
    50 Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA Score 3.1
    50 North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC Score 3.1
    50 SUNY--Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY Score 3.1
    50 University of Georgia Athens, GA Score 3.1
    50 University of Massachusetts--Amherst Amherst, MA Score 3.1
    50 University of Rochester Rochester, NY Score 3.1
    50 University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA Score 3.1
    59 Brown University Providence, RI Score 3.0
    59 University of Oregon Eugene, OR Score 3.0
    59 Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN Score 3.0
    62 Boston University Boston, MA Score 2.9
    62 University of Delaware Newark, DE Score 2.9
    62 University of Illinois--Chicago Chicago, IL Score 2.9
    62 University of Iowa Iowa City, IA Score 2.9
    62 University of Kansas Lawrence, KS Score 2.9
    62 University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN Score 2.9
    68 Brandeis University Waltham, MA Score 2.8
    68 Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH Score 2.8
    68 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey--New Brunswick Piscataway, NJ Score 2.8
    68 University at Buffalo--SUNY Buffalo, NY Score 2.8
    68 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA Score 2.8
    68 Wayne State University Detroit, MI Score 2.8
    74 Dartmouth College Hanover, NH Score 2.7
    74 Louisiana State University--Baton Rouge Baton Rouge, LA Score 2.7
    74 New York University New York, NY Score 2.7
    74 Oregon State University Corvallis, OR Score 2.7
    74 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY Score 2.7
    74 University of Nebraska--Lincoln Lincoln, NE Score 2.7
    74 Washington State University Pullman, WA Score 2.7
    81 Syracuse University Syracuse, NY Score 2.6
    81 University of California--Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA Score 2.6
    81 University of Connecticut Storrs, CT Score 2.6
    81 University of Houston Houston, TX Score 2.6
    81 University of Missouri--Columbia Columbia, MO Score 2.6
    81 University of South Carolina Columbia, SC Score 2.6
    81 University of Tennessee--Knoxville Knoxville, TN Score 2.6
    88 Clemson University Clemson, SC Score 2.5
    88 Kansas State University Manhattan, KS Score 2.5
    88 Tufts University Medford, MA Score 2.5
    88 University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH Score 2.5
    American University Washington, DC Score N/A
    Auburn University Auburn University, AL Score N/A
    Baylor University Waco, TX Score N/A
    Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, OH Score N/A
    Brigham Young University Provo, UT Score N/A
    CUNY Graduate School and University Center New York, NY Score N/A
    Catholic University of America Washington, DC Score N/A
    Clark Atlanta University Atlanta, GA Score N/A
    Clark University Worcester, MA Score N/A
     

     

    Chemistry (Ph.D.)
    Ranked in 2006*
    Rank/School Average assessment
    score (5.0 = highest)
    1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5.0
      University of California–Berkeley 5.0
    3. California Institute of Technology 4.9
      Harvard University (MA) 4.9
      Stanford University (CA) 4.9
    6. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.5
    6. Scripps Research Institute (CA) ** 4.5
    7. Columbia University (NY) 4.4
      University of Wisconsin–Madison 4.4
    9. Cornell University (NY) 4.3
      Northwestern University (IL) 4.3
      University of Texas–Austin 4.3
    12. University of California–Los Angeles 4.2
      Yale University (CT) 4.2
    14. Princeton University (NJ) 4.1
      University of Chicago 4.1
      University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill 4.1
    17. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 4.0
    18. Texas A&M University–College Station 3.9
      University of California–Irvine 3.9
      University of California–San Diego 3.9
      University of Pennsylvania 3.9
    22. Pennsylvania State University–University Park 3.8
      Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 3.8
    24. Georgia Institute of Technology 3.7
      Indiana University–Bloomington 3.7
      Johns Hopkins University (MD) 3.7
      Ohio State University 3.7
      University of Colorado–Boulder 3.7
      University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.7
      University of Washington 3.7
    31. Rice University (TX) 3.6
      University of California–San Francisco 3.6
      University of California–Santa Barbara 3.6
    34. University of California–Davis 3.5
      University of Florida 3.5
      University of Pittsburgh 3.5
      University of Utah 3.5
    38. Duke University (NC) 3.4
      Emory University (GA) 3.4
      Iowa State University 3.4
      University of Arizona 3.4
    42. Michigan State University 3.3
      University of Virginia 3.3
      Washington University in St. Louis 3.3
    45. Colorado State University 3.2
      Florida State University 3.2
      University of Maryland–College Park 3.2
      University of Southern California 3.2
    49. Arizona State University 3.1
      Boston College 3.1
      Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 3.1
      North Carolina State University 3.1
      University of California–Riverside 3.1
      University of Georgia 3.1
      University of Rochester (NY) 3.1
    56. Dartmouth College (NH) 3.0
      Rutgers State University–Newark (NJ) 3.0
      SUNY–Stony Brook 3.0
      University of Iowa 3.0
      University of Massachusetts–Amherst 3.0
      University of Oregon 3.0
      Vanderbilt University (TN) 3.0
    63. Brandeis University (MA) 2.9
      Brown University (RI) 2.9
      University at Buffalo–SUNY 2.9
      University of Delaware 2.9
      University of Kansas 2.9
      University of Notre Dame (IN) 2.9
      Wayne State University (MI) 2.9
    70. Boston University 2.8
      Case Western Reserve University (OH) 2.8
      University of Illinois–Chicago 2.8
      Virginia Tech 2.8
    74. Louisiana State University–Baton Rouge 2.7
      New York University 2.7
      Oregon State University 2.7
      University of Missouri–Columbia 2.7
      University of Nebraska Medical Center 2.7
      University of South Carolina 2.7
    80. Syracuse University (NY) 2.6
      University of California–Santa Cruz 2.6
      University of Connecticut 2.6
      University of Tennessee–Knoxville 2.6
      Washington State University 2.6
    85. CUNY Graduate School and University Center 2.5
      Kansas State University 2.5
      Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 2.5
      Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 2.5
      Texas Tech University 2.5
      Tufts University (MA) 2.5
      University of Cincinnati 2.5
      University of Houston 2.5

    *This ranking was computed in January of the year cited, based on data from a survey sent out in the fall of the previous year.
    ** The school was mistakenly left out of the 2006 survey because of an error in interpreting data from the National Science Foundation's WebCASPAR database. Data and rankings from the 2002 survey appear.

     

    Chemistry
    (Ranked in 2002*)

     
    Rank/School Average assessment score (5 = highest)
    1. University of California–Berkeley 5.0
    2. California Institute of Technology 4.9
      Harvard University (MA) 4.9
      Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4.9
    5. Stanford University (CA) 4.8
    6. Scripps Research Institute (CA) 4.5
      University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.5
    8. Columbia University (NY) 4.4
      Cornell University (NY) 4.4
      University of Wisconsin–Madison 4.4
    11. University of California–Los Angeles 4.3
    12. Northwestern University (IL) 4.2
      University of Texas–Austin 4.2
    14. Princeton University (NJ) 4.1
      University of Chicago 4.1
      University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill 4.1
      Yale University (CT) 4.1
    18. Penn State University–University Park 4.0
      Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 4.0
      University of Pennsylvania 4.0
    21. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 3.9
    22. Ohio State University 3.8
      Texas A&M University–College Station 3.8
      University of California–San Diego 3.8
      University of Colorado–Boulder 3.8
      University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.8
    27. Indiana University–Bloomington 3.7
      Johns Hopkins University (MD) 3.7
      University of Washington 3.7
    30. University of California–Irvine 3.6
      University of California–Santa Barbara 3.6
    32. Georgia Institute of Technology 3.5
      Iowa State University 3.5
      Michigan State University 3.5
      Rice University (TX) 3.5
      University of Florida 3.5
    37. Colorado State University 3.4
      University of Arizona 3.4
      University of California–Davis 3.4
      University of California–San Francisco 3.4
      University of Pittsburgh 3.4
      University of Utah 3.4
    43. Duke University (NC) 3.3
      Emory University (GA) 3.3
      University of Maryland–College Park 3.3
      Washington University in St. Louis 3.3
    47. SUNY–Stony Brook 3.2
      University of Rochester (NY) 3.2
      University of Southern California 3.2
      University of Virginia 3.2
    51. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 3.1
      Florida State University 3.1
      North Carolina State University 3.1
    54. Arizona State University 3.0
      University of California–Riverside 3.0
      University of Georgia 3.0
      University of Massachusetts–Amherst 3.0
    58. Boston College 2.9
      Brown University (RI) 2.9
      Case Western Reserve University (OH) 2.9
      University of Iowa 2.9
      University of Kansas 2.9
      University of Notre Dame (IN) 2.9
      University of Oregon 2.9
      Virginia Tech 2.9
      Wayne State University (MI) 2.9
    67. Brandeis University (MA) 2.8
      Dartmouth College (NH) 2.8
      Louisiana State University–Baton Rouge 2.8
      Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 2.8
      SUNY–Buffalo 2.8
      University of Delaware 2.8
      Vanderbilt University (TN) 2.8
    74. Boston University 2.7
      Oregon State University 2.7
      University of Illinois–Chicago 2.7
      University of South Carolina 2.7
      University of Tennessee–Knoxville 2.7
      Washington State University 2.7
    80. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 2.6
      Syracuse University (NY) 2.6
      University of Connecticut 2.6
      University of Houston 2.6
      University of Missouri–Columbia 2.6
      University of Nebraska–Lincoln 2.6
    86. Kansas State University 2.5
      New York University 2.5
      University of California–Santa Cruz 2.5
      University of Cincinnati 2.5