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What college do you recommend for engineers?

I'm asking this question because I want to be an engineer. I wanna know what college is recommended for engineers. #doctor #engineer #web-development #data-engineer #technical-drawing #learning-technology

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Tim’s Answer

I have a senior in high school right now who is graduating in June and so we have been able to look at A LOT of colleges. Based on my college experience, talking to other parents, and going through the experience with my own daughter, I will say to find a school that you think you will like and feel comfortable at. If that is one of the schools that is highly rated by third party groups, great, if not, that's OK. The key is to want to be at the school and feel like you are going to like being there. Purdue, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, NC State, RIT, and Carnegie Mellon are all really good schools that we have looked at and heard good things about. Good luck

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Ongda’s Answer

Hi the university I went to was University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. Their Science and Engineering department is top-tier and consistently ranked in the top 20 of the best engineering programs across the United States in popular newsletters. The real value I gained was not only the fundamentals in programming but the grit, determination, relentlessness in solving problems. I think that serves you very well in industry as those challenges will inevitably present itself. In addition, the value in terms of cost paid and knowledge received is very favorable compared to most schools. I believe I paid $10k/yr for my tuition between 2014-2017. Anyways I hope this helps you in your journey. Good luck!
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Gregory’s Answer

I went to Texas A&M University and loved it. They have many disciplines of study, like Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Civil Engineering. But I also enjoyed the deep traditions of the school and the students are very friendly. When looking for a university, you should see how many students they graduate each year, what they are researching, and what they publish. You should also visit the school to see if you like the other programs available to you. One of the best engineering schools is MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

Thank you comment icon I have a senior in high school right now who is graduating in June and so we have been able to look at A LOT of colleges. Based on my college experience, talking to other parents, and going through the experience with my own daughter, I will say to find a school that you think you will like and feel comfortable at. If that is one of the schools that is highly rated by third party groups, great, if not, that's OK. The key is to want to be at the school and feel like you are going to like being there. Purdue, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, NC State, RIT, and Carnegie Mellon are all really good schools that we have looked at and heard good things about. Good luck Tim Balog
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Shankar’s Answer

I don't have specific colleges to recommend, but want to share some considerations that I had in mind while going through my own college selection process. First, the engineering discipline is so vast that you should narrow down a few key areas of study that interest you most. College quality can vary greatly based on disciplines, so this will help you focus on colleges that are most relevant to you. Second, look for colleges that balance the academics with practice. Certain colleges prepare you more academically while others give you a chance to experience the real world through internships, in-school projects, joint industry project partnerships, and consulting assignments. Third, visit your short-listed colleges and talk to faculty and students. Start with the admissions department and look for college events to meet people. Understand the culture of the college and see if that fits you well. Does the place foster creativity and teamwork? Are the teachers approachable? Where have the alumni of the college ended up in their professional career? Answers to some of these and more such questions can help you find your right college.

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Cuong’s Answer

Hi Ryan,


I don't know much of engineering programs, I was computer science major then a design major.

But I can offer you a article that has a list from a web page.


There are many areas of expertise in engineering. Finding the emphasis is a challenge.

Obviously, the expensive schools are the top tier. If you are looking for affordable and not private university, you have to do extensive and it depends which state you are planning to study on the program.



https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/engineering-doctorate

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