Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Ranking [Mechanical engineering]

Carnegie Mellon Mechanical Engineering Ranking

Tepper School Ranked #3

The David A. Tepper School of Business earned high honors in this year’s ranking of business schools from The Wall Street Journal, securing the #3 spot on both the national and international lists of best business schools.

Carnegie Mellon is the only university whose business school ranked in the top five in both the national and international lists. In addition, the Tepper School was the highest ranked U.S. school on the international list.

“We are pleased with the rankings because this report represents the perceptions of corporate recruiters regarding Tepper School graduates, ” said Dean Kenneth Dunn. “We know that our students make an impact in business and are glad to see that recognition extend to our corporate partners.”

The Tepper School was recognized for its achievements in specific academic disciplines as well. The school ranked second in information technology, second in operations management and fifth in finance. Carnegie Mellon tied with two other schools for 10th place in “Top Schools for Recruiting MBAs with High Ethical Standards.”

According to The Wall Street Journal, the national ranking is based on how recruiters rated each school on 20 different attributes, their future plans to recruit at the school and the number of survey respondents who said they had recruited recently at the school. The international ranking includes European, North American and Central American schools that have a global pool of recruiters. To be eligible for this ranking, a school needed respondents from at least four countries.

Carnegie Mellon’s business school, along with other programs within the university, continues to maintain a strong position in other nationally known rankings as well. In particular, the undergraduate programs in business and engineering earned high marks this year from U.S. News & World Report. The engineering program was ranked 8th in the nation, while the undergraduate business program was ranked 5th.

When broken into specialty areas, the rankings again demonstrated Carnegie Mellon’s success. On the business side, Carnegie Mellon ranked 2nd in management information systems, quantitative analysis, and production and operations management and 5th in supply chain management. In engineering, Carnegie Mellon ranked 3rd best in computer engineering, 10th in electrical engineering, 11th in materials science engineering, 13th in civil engineering, 13th in environmental engineering, 13th in mechanical engineering and 14th in chemical engineering.

“We are very proud of the undergraduate business program’s success in preparing students for a career in business, ” said Dean Dunn. “The recognition of our strengths in the analytical and technological areas of business are especially rewarding since they are the focus of all of our programs.”

Related Links:
Tepper Ranks 3rd in Wall Street Journal Poll
Carnegie Mellon Maintains Top 25 Standing in U.S. News Survey



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i need to pick a uni to go to. which one is better for engineering - carnegie mellon or upenn? | Yahoo Answers

Carnegie Mellon.
U Penn's program is good - it ranks top 30 - but CM is among the elite in that field. Top 10.

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