BME #1 again, while JHU climbs to 10th place spot in U.S. News rankings
Johns Hopkins University’s biomedical engineering program has once again ranked first – ahead of Duke, MIT, Stanford and Georgia Tech — on the U.S. News & World Report “best engineering programs” list, released today. The ranking evaluates undergraduate programs at national universities where the highest degree is a doctorate.
Overall, Johns Hopkins University moved up two notches from last year to share the 10th place spot for “best national universities” with California Institute of Technology. Hopkins now sits ahead of both Dartmouth and Northwestern (tied for 12th) and Brown (14th.)
The university also ranked among the top programs in engineering overall, tying for 15th with Texas A & M and Virginia Tech for undergraduate engineering education at schools offering a PhD.
Read more about the rankings on The Hub.