U.S. News and World Report continues to rate Cornell graduate engineering programs among the best in the nation, according to new rankings released Wednesday.
Among the top engineering programs are biological and agricultural engineering at sixth place, industrial and manufacturing takes the seventh spot and electrical and mechanical engineering ranked eighth in the country. The graduate school in engineering has been rated 12th overall.
The University’s undergraduate engineering degree was previously ranked ninth nationally, according to last year’s report on the U.S. News and World Report website.
Among non-engineering programs, Cornell Law School was ranked 13th for the fourth consecutive year. The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management ranked at 14th — an increase by two spots from last year.
The Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, the University’s medical school research center was ranked 18th and Weill Cornell Medical College, the primary care medicine education, service saw a significant leap from 49th to 29th place this year.