Shriver Hall viewed between marble columns on a breezeway on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus

Johns Hopkins University has once again been recognized as one of the nation’s top universities for engineering in the annual U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, the longest-running and most widely cited assessment of U.S. colleges and universities.

The latest U.S. News rankings, released today, place Johns Hopkins Engineering at No. 13, tied with Virginia Tech among the best undergraduate engineering programs where a doctorate is offered.

In individual program rankings, Johns Hopkins remained No. 1 overall in biomedical engineering.The rankings highlight the university’s strength in a broad range of engineering subject areas, with Johns Hopkins ranked:

  • No. 17 in mechanical engineering
  • No. 18 for chemical engineering (tie)
  • No. 18 for computer science
  • No. 19 for environmental engineering (tie)
  • No. 22 for civil engineering (tie)
  • No. 27 in computer engineering (tie)
  • No. 31 in electrical engineering (tie)

The U.S. News rankings place Johns Hopkins University at No. 9 for the second year in a row. JHU shares the No. 9 spot with the California Institute of Technology, Duke, and Northwestern in the National Universities category, a broad assessment of nearly 400 U.S. colleges and universities for 2022. USNWR also recognized Johns Hopkins this year as one of the nation’s best overall values, most innovative schools, most ethnically diverse universities, schools with the highest percentage of international students, and best destinations for undergraduate research and creative projects.

This article has been adapted from The Hub.