Ranking of Materials Science and Engineering PhD Programs

Rank Program Regres Quality Survey Quality Research Product Faculty Grants Faculty Awards Student Outcomes Grad 6 years Profes Devel Stats Instruct Orient Intl Orient
1-1 University of California-Santa Barbara Materials 1-1 1-1 1-1 98% 3.4 7-39 52% 18 Yes Yes Yes
2-6 California Institute of Technology Materials Science 3-9 2-3 2-2 100% 1.8 4-36 57% 12 No Yes Yes
2-10 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Material Sciences and Engineering 2-3 3-12 3-22 86% 1.0 32-64 76% 18 Yes Yes Yes
3-15 Northwestern University Materials Science and Engineering 3-9 3-15 4-32 85% 1.3 5-33 70% 15 No Yes Yes
3-17 University of California-Berkeley Materials Science and Engineering 6-11 3-11 3-14 100% 0.8 38-65 43% 18 Yes Yes Yes
3-19 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Materials Science and Engineering 4-9 3-21 3-26 100% 1.0 22-58 45% 16 Yes Yes Yes
3-20 University of Massachusetts Amherst Polymer Science and Engineering 4-11 3-15 4-28 94% 0.1 5-31 76% 18 Yes Yes Yes
3-23 University of Wisconsin-Madison Metallurgical Engineering 10-61 7-53 5-36 89% 1.8 3-22 74% 16 No Yes Yes
4-25 University of California-Davis Materials Science and Engineering 14-30 7-31 4-32 89% 0.8 5-31 70% 18 Yes Yes Yes
5-30 University of California-San Diego Materials Science 11-24 11-42 4-31 97% 1.4 47-75 24% 18 Yes Yes Yes
5-30 Arizona State University Materials Science and Engineering 11-28 8-37 8-46 94% 1.1 13-50 40% 18 Yes Yes Yes
5-34 Johns Hopkins University Materials Science and Engineering 12-28 7-39 4-34 100% 0.0 8-41 77% 18 Yes Yes Yes
5-31 Carnegie Mellon University Materials Science and Engineering 12-24 8-36 7-44 93% 0.1 4-26 83% 16 Yes Yes Yes
6-31 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus Materials Science and Engineering 3-8 6-28 10-47 88% 0.2 26-57 57% 18 Yes Yes Yes
6-33 Stanford University Materials Science and Engineering 5-10 3-18 4-30 89% 0.8 53-76 60% 14 No Yes Yes
7-37 The University of Texas at Austin Materials Science and Engineering 13-28 8-35 4-33 100% 0.8 53-77 57% 16 No Yes Yes
8-37 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Materials Science and Engineering 11-22 10-35 8-45 85% 0.4 12-48 47% 18 Yes Yes Yes
8-43 Brown University ENGINEERING: Materials Science 33-60 11-42 8-50 93% 1.1 35-77 50% 17 Yes NA Yes
8-39 University of Florida Materials Science and Engineering 2-9 6-30 5-38 88% 0.2 38-62 63% 16 No Yes Yes
10-40 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Macromolecular Science and Engineering 14-30 15-43 18-53 73% 0.5 5-44 67% 17 Yes Yes Yes
8-43 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Materials Science and Engineering 10-18 8-38 5-37 92% 0.4 50-77 37% 18 Yes Yes Yes
9-45 Michigan State University Materials Science and Engineering 25-42 14-49 21-64 91% 0.0 2-25 78% 18 Yes Yes Yes
9-39 University of Central Florida Materials Science and Engineering 31-57 13-45 19-61 88% 0.0 2-6 100% 18 Yes Yes Yes
9-42 Washington State University Materials Engineering 18-36 18-50 8-47 92% 0.2 4-38 67% 18 Yes Yes Yes
9-42 Washington State University Materials Science 18-36 18-50 8-47 92% 0.2 4-38 67% 18 Yes Yes Yes
10-44 Drexel University Materials Science and Engineering 24-44 6-29 7-43 92% 0.1 10-52 53% 18 Yes Yes Yes
11-44 Stony Brook University Materials Science and Engineering 17-34 13-40 11-55 92% 0.0 13-43 67% 17 Yes Yes Yes
14-42 University of California-Los Angeles Materials Science and Engineering 10-16 9-28 5-31 72% 0.4 49-73 48% 18 Yes Yes Yes
14-48 Ohio State University-Main Campus Materials Science and Engineering 15-33 25-56 32-69 85% 0.2 13-50 70% 18 Yes Yes Yes
12-49 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Materials Sciences 30-58 8-35 3-33 100% 0.2 53-78 50% 18 Yes Yes Yes
13-50 University of Wisconsin-Madison Materials Science 30-49 16-49 9-55 96% 0.5 12-50 47% 17 Yes Yes NA
10-57 Rice University Materials Science 76-83 3-20 4-37 100% 0.0 3-56 62% 18 Yes Yes Yes
15-53 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Materials Science and Engineering 12-25 11-43 6-42 86% 0.5 21-54 42% 15 No Yes Yes
16-52 Cornell University Materials Science and Engineering 23-38 33-63 23-60 85% 0.4 23-57 62% 16 Yes Yes Yes
19-53 University of Pennsylvania Materials Science and Engineering 20-36 16-45 19-56 79% 0.2 5-33 72% 17 No Yes Yes
20-58 Case Western Reserve University Macromolecular Science and Engineering 22-43 30-60 17-53 81% 0.3 11-49 63% 17 No Yes Yes
20-66 University of Connecticut Polymer Science PhD 33-52 18-52 15-56 91% 0.0 5-43 57% 16 No Yes Yes
19-68 University of Utah Metallurgical Engineering 45-67 34-67 35-74 100% 0.5 14-61 83% 15 No Yes Yes
25-64 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Materials Engineering 21-38 17-47 18-57 74% 0.3 5-40 52% 15 No Yes Yes
23-70 University of Connecticut Materials Science PhD 34-53 20-55 13-54 100% 0.1 14-59 43% 14 No Yes Yes
25-69 Purdue University-Main Campus Materials Engineering 30-48 42-70 44-75 80% 0.1 10-60 63% 18 Yes Yes Yes
27-69 University of Delaware Material Science and Engineering 15-34 23-55 23-64 88% 0.3 54-79 38% 17 No Yes Yes
30-71 University of Arizona Materials Science and Engineering 44-65 34-64 38-74 87% 0.0 14-48 52% 17 Yes Yes Yes
33-69 Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis Dental Science 40-79 31-59 51-75 65% 0.0 2-12 100% 17 No Yes Yes
29-74 North Carolina State University at Raleigh Materials Science and Engineering 23-44 38-68 27-68 93% 0.1 57-77 38% 17 Yes Yes Yes
28-74 University of Cincinnati-Main Campus Materials Science 41-64 39-69 33-72 92% 0.1 31-65 53% 18 Yes Yes Yes
30-72 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Materials Science and Engineering 56-75 42-71 34-73 87% 0.1 23-53 55% 18 Yes Yes Yes
29-74 University of Maryland-College Park Material Sciences and Engineering 35-56 28-61 17-61 89% 0.0 15-53 51% 16 No Yes Yes
30-76 Columbia University in the City of New York Materials Science and Engineering 22-40 35-64 34-67 75% 0.8 42-79 35% 15 No Yes Yes
29-75 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Textile Engineering 41-69 26-59 29-69 85% 0.0 10-54 60% 16 No Yes Yes
35-71 The University of Tennessee Materials Science and Engineering 24-46 26-55 33-68 74% 0.0 4-27 69% 13 No Yes Yes
34-72 University of Southern California Materials Science 15-35 16-47 6-39 74% 0.0 37-70 24% 16 No Yes Yes
33-76 University of Connecticut Pharmaceutical Science, PhD in Pharmaceutics 59-78 34-68 34-74 100% 0.0 15-51 51% 14 NA Yes Yes
35-74 University of Washington-Seattle Campus Materials Science and Engineering 33-55 37-64 28-70 81% 0.3 54-74 29% 18 Yes Yes Yes
33-79 Missouri University of Science and Technology Ceramic Engineering 55-69 40-69 25-66 88% 0.1 4-39 66% 15 No Yes Yes
35-77 University of Akron Main Campus Polymer Engineering 45-69 19-51 24-66 90% 0.0 13-50 62% 11 No Yes Yes
35-80 Auburn University Main Campus Materials Engineering 69-80 47-74 32-74 100% 0.0 24-58 40% 16 Yes Yes Yes
33-79 The University of Alabama Materials/Metallurgical Engineering 72-81 41-72 40-77 100% 0.0 26-71 72% 16 No Yes Yes
33-79 University of Alabama at Birmingham Materials/Metallurgical Engineering 72-81 41-72 40-77 100% 0.0 26-71 72% 16 No Yes Yes
33-79 University of Alabama in Huntsville Materials/Metallurgical Engineering 72-81 41-72 40-77 100% 0.0 26-71 72% 16 No Yes Yes
34-79 University of Virginia-Main Campus Materials Science and Engineering 42-64 45-72 32-70 85% 0.0 3-42 58% 15 No Yes Yes
32-80 Vanderbilt University Int. Material Science 58-78 8-37 14-56 100% 0.0 43-75 20% 16 No Yes Yes
37-81 University of North Texas Materials Science and Engineering 68-80 46-73 30-74 100% 0.0 62-79 55% 17 Yes Yes Yes
40-78 University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus Materials Science and Engineering 29-55 49-73 59-78 71% 0.0 30-68 40% 18 Yes Yes Yes
42-80 University of California-Irvine Materials Science and Engineering 38-58 25-54 23-61 80% 0.1 66-79 57% 15 No Yes Yes
39-82 Iowa State University Materials Science and Engineering 37-62 33-65 17-64 95% 0.0 48-77 37% 14 No Yes Yes
38-83 University of Southern Mississippi Polymer Science and Engineering 60-77 61-80 32-74 100% 0.0 20-61 55% 15 No Yes Yes
39-85 University of Utah Materials Science and Engineering 49-69 41-73 17-65 100% 0.5 66-82 31% 10 No Yes Yes
51-81 The University of Alabama Materials Science 41-66 61-78 57-77 66% 0.0 34-65 65% 17 No Yes Yes
51-81 University of Alabama at Birmingham Materials Science 41-66 61-78 57-77 66% 0.0 34-65 65% 17 No Yes Yes
51-81 University of Alabama in Huntsville Materials Science 41-66 61-78 57-77 66% 0.0 34-65 65% 17 No Yes Yes
42-83 University of Dayton Materials Engineering 68-80 46-74 40-79 100% 0.0 32-62 87% 9 No Yes Yes
45-85 New Jersey Institute of Technology Materials Science and Engineering 73-81 52-77 32-75 100% 0.0 54-77 52% 14 NA Yes Yes
52-84 University of Kentucky Materials Science and Engineering 51-70 47-72 52-78 80% 0.1 22-55 34% 17 No Yes Yes
53-84 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Mining Engineering 52-71 67-80 77-83 70% 0.0 4-26 60% 17 Yes Yes Yes
52-85 Auburn University Main Campus Integrated Textile and Apparel Science 54-72 65-80 68-82 80% 0.0 9-57 42% 16 Yes Yes Yes
49-85 Clemson University Materials Science and Engineering 57-73 52-76 43-78 93% 0.0 60-80 46% 17 No Yes Yes
51-84 Lehigh University Materials Science and Engineering 31-54 72-82 22-63 90% 0.0 83-83 22% 17 Yes Yes Yes
56-84 Rutgers University-New Brunswick Ceramic and Materials Science and Engineering 46-67 74-82 63-79 66% 0.5 44-71 38% 16 Yes Yes Yes
50-85 University of Connecticut Metallurgy PhD 47-69 61-80 40-75 86% 0.0 70-81 77% 14 No Yes Yes
52-86 Clemson University Polymer and Fiber Science 54-74 62-80 50-78 87% 0.0 60-81 56% 17 No Yes Yes
57-86 University of Nevada-Reno Metallurgical Engineering 79-83 48-72 72-83 75% 0.0 1-1 22% 15 Yes Yes Yes
53-87 University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chemical and Materials Engineering 70-81 50-76 38-74 91% 0.0 77-82 60% 15 No Yes Yes
66-86 Case Western Reserve University Materials Science and Engineering 34-57 67-80 65-79 54% 0.5 51-77 40% 16 No Yes Yes
64-86 Missouri University of Science and Technology Metallurgical Engineering 70-81 70-81 65-81 73% 0.1 6-41 61% 15 No Yes Yes
81-88 Michigan Technological University Materials Science and Engineering 48-68 72-81 79-83 44% 0.0 37-70 59% 14 No Yes Yes
84-88 University of Illinois at Chicago Materials Engineering 61-77 80-83 75-82 49% 0.0 49-75 56% 16 No No Yes
83-88 Missouri University of Science and Technology Mining Engineering 79-83 82-83 76-83 78% 0.0

 

  

 

Best Engineering Schools Specialty Rankings: Materials
Ranked in
2009

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 4.8
2 Northwestern University (McCormick) Evanston, IL 4.6
University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL 4.6
4 University of California--Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA 4.5
5 University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA 4.4
6 Stanford University Stanford, CA 4.2
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI 4.2
8 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 4.1
Pennsylvania State University--University Park University Park, PA 4.1
10 University of Florida Gainesville, FL 4.0

 

Engineering Specialty Rankings: Materials
Ranked in
2008

1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 4.8
2 University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL 4.6
3 Northwestern University (McCormick) Evanston, IL 4.5
  University of California--Berkeley Berkeley, CA 4.5
5 University of California--Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA 4.4
6 Stanford University Stanford, CA 4.3
7 University of Michigan--Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI 4.2
8 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 4.1
  University of Florida Gainesville, FL 4.1
10 Cornell University Ithaca, NY 4.0
  Pennsylvania State University--University Park University Park, PA 4.0
12 Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA 3.9
13 California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA 3.8
14 Ohio State University Columbus, OH 3.7
  Purdue University--West Lafayette West Lafayette, IN 3.7
  University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 3.7
17 University of Wisconsin--Madison Madison, WI 3.5
18 Lehigh University (Rossin) Bethlehem, PA 3.4
19 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY 3.3
  University of Minnesota--Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN 3.3
  University of Texas--Austin (Cockrell) Austin, TX 3.3
22 Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH 3.2
  Harvard University Cambridge, MA 3.2
  University of California--Davis Davis, CA 3.2
  University of California--Los Angeles (Samueli) Los Angeles, CA 3.2
  University of Washington Seattle, WA 3.2
  Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA 3.2
28 Iowa State University Ames, IA 3.1
  Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) Baltimore, MD 3.1
  North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 3.1
  University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 3.1
32 Brown University Providence, RI 3.0
  Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey--New Brunswick Piscataway, NJ 3.0
  University of California--San Diego (Jacobs) La Jolla, CA 3.0
  University of Maryland--College Park (Clark) College Park, MD 3.0
  University of Southern California (Viterbi) Los Angeles, CA 3.0
37 Arizona State University (Fulton) Tempe, AZ 2.9
  Colorado School of Mines Golden, CO 2.9
39 Drexel University Philadelphia, PA 2.8
  Missouri University of Science & Technology Rolla, MO 2.8
41 Columbia University (Fu Foundation) New York, NY 2.7
  Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 2.7
  Michigan Technological University Houghton, MI 2.7
  Rice University (Brown) Houston, TX 2.7
  University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 2.7
  Washington State University Pullman, WA 2.7
47 Alfred University--New York State College of Ceramics (Inamori) Alfred, NY 2.6
  Clemson University Clemson, SC 2.6
  SUNY--Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY 2.6
  University of California--Irvine (Samueli) Irvine, CA 2.6
  University of Delaware Newark, DE 2.6
52 Dartmouth College (Thayer) Hanover, NH 2.5
  University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 2.5
  University of Connecticut Storrs, CT 2.5
  University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA 2.5

 

Engineering Specialties: Materials
New! Ranked in 2006
*
Rank/School Average assessment
score (5.0=highest)
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4.7
2. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.6
3. Northwestern University (McCormick) (IL) 4.5
  University of California–Santa Barbara 4.5
5. Stanford University (CA) 4.3
6. University of California–Berkeley 4.1
  University of Florida 4.1
  University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 4.1
9. Cornell University (NY) 4.0
  Pennsylvania State University–University Park 4.0
11. California Institute of Technology 3.8
  Georgia Institute of Technology 3.8
13. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 3.7
14. Ohio State University 3.6
  University of Pennsylvania 3.6
  University of Wisconsin–Madison 3.6
17. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 3.5
18. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 3.4
19. Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) (MD) 3.3
  Lehigh University (Rossin) (PA) 3.3
  North Carolina State University 3.3
  University of California–Los Angeles (Samueli) 3.3
  University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.3
  University of Washington 3.3
25. Brown University (RI) 3.2
  Case Western Reserve University (OH) 3.2
  University of Texas–Austin 3.2
28. Iowa State University 3.1
  University of California–Davis 3.1
  University of California–San Diego (Jacobs) 3.1
  University of Virginia 3.1
  Virginia Tech 3.1
33. University of Maryland–College Park (Clark) 3.0
34. Colorado School of Mines 2.9
  Drexel University (PA) 2.9
  Michigan State University 2.9
  Rice University (Brown) (TX) 2.9
  Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 2.9
  University of Arizona 2.9
40. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) (NY) 2.8
  Michigan Technological University 2.8
  SUNY–Stony Brook 2.8
  University of Pittsburgh 2.8
  University of Southern California (Viterbi) 2.8
45. Alfred Univ.–New York State Col. of Ceramics (Inamori) 2.7
  University of California–Irvine (Samueli) 2.7
47. University of Connecticut 2.6
  University of Delaware 2.6
  University of Missouri–Rolla 2.6
50. Dartmouth College (Thayer) (NH) 2.5
  Washington State University 2.5

 


Engineering Specialties: Materials
Ranked in 2005
*
Rank/School Average assessment
score (5.0=highest)
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4.8
2. Northwestern University (IL) 4.6
  University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.6
4. Stanford University (CA) 4.5
  University of California–Santa Barbara 4.5
6. University of California–Berkeley 4.4
7. Cornell University (NY) 4.1
8. California Institute of Technology 4.0
  Pennsylvania State University–University Park 4.0
  University of Florida 4.0
  University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 4.0
12. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 3.9
  Georgia Institute of Technology 3.9
14. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 3.7
15. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 3.6
  University of Pennsylvania 3.6
17. North Carolina State University 3.5
  Ohio State University 3.5
  University of Wisconsin–Madison 3.5
20. Lehigh University (Rossin) (PA) 3.4
21. Case Western Reserve University (OH) 3.3
22. Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) (MD) 3.2
  University of California–Los Angeles (Samueli) 3.2
  University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.2
  University of Washington 3.2
26. University of California–Davis 3.1
  University of Texas–Austin 3.1
  University of Virginia 3.1
  Virginia Tech 3.1
30. Brown University (RI) 3.0
  Iowa State University 3.0
  Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 3.0
  University of California–San Diego (Jacobs) 3.0
  University of Maryland–College Park (Clark) 3.0
35. Arizona State University (Fulton) 2.9
  Colorado School of Mines 2.9
  Drexel University (PA) 2.9
  Rice University (Brown) (TX) 2.9
  SUNY–Stony Brook 2.9
  University of Arizona 2.9
41. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) (NY) 2.8
  Michigan Technological University 2.8
  University of Missouri–Rolla 2.8
  University of Southern California (Andrew and Erna Viterbi) 2.8
45. Alfred Univ.–New York State Col. of Ceramics 2.7
  Michigan State University 2.7
  University of California–Irvine (Samueli) 2.7
  University of Connecticut 2.7
49. University of Pittsburgh 2.6
50. Clemson University (SC) 2.5
  Dartmouth College (Thayer) (NH) 2.5
  University of Cincinnati 2.5
  University of Delaware 2.5
  University of Tennessee–Knoxville 2.5
  University of Utah 2.5

Engineering Specialties: Materials  
Ranked in 2004
*

Rank/School

Average assessment
score (5.0=highest)

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4.8
2. Northwestern University (IL) 4.7
3. University of California–Santa Barbara 4.6
  University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign 4.6
5. Stanford University (CA) 4.5
6. University of California–Berkeley 4.3
7. Penn State University–University Park 4.2
  University of Michigan–Ann Arbor 4.2
9. University of Florida 4.1
10. Cornell University (NY) 4.0
  Georgia Institute of Technology 4.0
12. California Institute of Technology 3.9
13. Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 3.8
  University of Pennsylvania 3.8
  University of Wisconsin–Madison 3.8
16. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN) 3.7
17. Ohio State University 3.6
18. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities 3.5
19. Johns Hopkins University (MD) 3.4
  Lehigh University (PA) 3.4
  North Carolina State University 3.4
  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) 3.4
23. University of California–Los Angeles 3.3
  University of California–San Diego (Jacobs) 3.3
  University of Maryland–College Park 3.3
  University of Texas–Austin 3.3
  University of Virginia 3.3
  Virginia Tech 3.3
29. Brown University (RI) 3.2
  Case Western Reserve University (OH) 3.2
  University of Washington 3.2
32. Drexel University (PA) 3.1
  University of Arizona 3.1
  University of California–Davis 3.1
  University of Delaware 3.1
36. Colorado School of Mines 3.0
  Iowa State University 3.0
  University of California–Irvine 3.0
39. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) (NY) 2.9
  Michigan Technological University 2.9
  Rice University (TX) 2.9
  University of Connecticut 2.9
  University of Pittsburgh 2.9
  University of Southern California (Andrew and Erna Viterbi) 2.9
45. Michigan State University 2.8
  Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ) 2.8
47. Clemson University (SC) 2.6
  University of Tennessee 2.6
  University of Utah 2.6
  Vanderbilt University (TN) 2.6
51. University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee 2.5
  Washington State University 2.5
  Washington University in St. Louis 2.5
  Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA) 2.5

Engineering Specialties: Materials
New! Ranked in
2003
*

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
3. Stanford University (CA)
4. Northwestern University (IL)
5. University of California–Berkeley
6. University of California–Santa Barbara
7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
8. Cornell University (NY)
  Penn State University–University Park
10. University of Florida
11. Georgia Institute of Technology
12. California Institute of Technology
13. Carnegie Mellon University (PA)
  North Carolina State University
15. University of Pennsylvania
  University of Wisconsin–Madison
17. Ohio State University
18. University of California–San Diego
19. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN)
  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY)

*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.