University of New Haven’sTagliatela College of Engineering is quickly gaining esteem according to renowned higher education rankings outlet U.S. News and World Report. Just five years ago, the university’s engineering college ranked number 98 out of 198 top spots, but most recently the school has jumped to spot number 55 in the rankings for top undergraduate engineering programs that do not offer a doctorate. These rankings are based on peer assessment surveys.
The Tagliatela College of Engineering ($37,060/year) shared the #55 spot with fourteen other schools, including Trinity College ($52,760/year) in Hartford. A third Connecticut school, the University of Hartford ($37,790/year), came in at #69.
In the magazine’s rankings for Graduate Engineering programs, both Yale University and the University of Connecticut placed in the top 100.