Miami University ranks in the top 30 for colleges with the best undergraduate engineering program

Over the years Miami University has been recognized for its strong academic standing, and this year is no different.

U.S.. News & World Report released its “Best Colleges 2019” guidebook, and out of the 60 schools ranked Miami was 3rd in the nation for its commitment to undergraduate teaching.

Miami follows Princeton and Georgia State, making Miami the No. 2 public school in the nation. Miami has been in the top 5 for its commitment to undergraduate teaching for the last 5 years, and looks forward to seeing what the next 5 year holds for the university. To read more about this ranking visit Miami Ranking Article.

Students with GCSP working in lab

Students working in a CEC lab                                             

However, this is not the only recognition that the university received from U.S.. News and Report. Miami's College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) was ranked 30 of 205 schools for its undergraduate engineering program with no doctorate program. This ranking puts CEC in the top 15% of all schools where the bachelor’s/master’s degrees are the highest degree offered from the institution.  Parsing the data further, out of public universities on the list Miami is ranked 15th overall and 6th without military academies.  

Miami’s commitment to undergraduate teaching expands through the whole university, and can be especially seen in the success of its engineering program in the College of Engineering and Computing. As Miami’s recognition continues to grow, so does the success of its students, we can’t wait to see what the rest of this year holds for the students, and faculty, of Miami University.

To read more about the ranking of the engineering program visit U.S. News and Report.

By Maggie Cavanaugh, CEC Reporter