The Department of Mechanical Engineering is pleased to announce that their graduate program is listed as 20th in the nation and 8th among national public schools, according to the 2010 edition of ?America?s Best Graduate Schools? published by U.S. News & World Report. This rank is unchanged from last year.

The A. James Clark School of Engineering is ranked 17th in the nation overall and 9th among public university programs. Regionally, the Clark School is third among all East Coast schools and 1st among public mid-Atlantic schools.

The Clark School's other programs ranked as follows:

  • Aerospace: 9th in the nation; 4th among publics.
  • Bioengineering: 43rd in the nation; 10th among publics.
  • Chemical: 35th in the nation (36th last year); 15th among publics.
  • Civil: 23rd in the nation; 10th among publics.
  • Computer: 17th in the nation (17th last year); 8th among publics.
  • Electrical: 15th in the nation; 7th among publics.
  • Materials: 25th in the nation (32nd last year); 12th among publics.
  • Mechanical: 20th in the nation (20th last year); 8th among publics.

  • May 5, 2009

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