UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The College of Engineering graduate program was rated 25th in the country by U.S. News & World Report in its Best Graduate Schools 2015 edition.
The report, released March 11, surveyed 212 graduate programs across the country with 193 responding.
Under the publication's specialty categories, Penn State aerospace engineering was ranked 14th, biological engineering 14th, bioengineering 34th, chemical engineering 20th, civil engineering 22nd, computer engineering 21st, computer science 29th, electrical engineering 24th, environmental engineering 25th, industrial engineering 11th, materials 11th, mechanical engineering 17th and nuclear engineering 5th.
U.S. News does not survey the disciplines of architectural engineering, and engineering science and mechanics.
Penn State's online engineering program through World Campus was rated 5th.