University Ranks High On List of Colleges Where Engineering Grads Earn the Most
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University Ranks High On List of Colleges Where Engineering Grads Earn the Most

Business Insider logoEarning an engineering degree at the University of Hartford pays. That’s the word from Business Insider magazine, which just published its list of “colleges where engineering students go on to make the most money.” The University’s College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) ranks #14 on the list right alongside MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Tufts, and Cooper Union. (See the full list and read more about Business Insider’s methodology in their September 28, 2016 online edition.)

Dana Hall stairs“The high ranking in this nationwide survey is a credit to our accomplished alumni and the faculty and staff who prepared them so well,” says CETA Dean Lou Manzione. “We emphasize career readiness and hold many events where our students engage with our partner companies. This helps them to launch into their careers, realize early success, and sustain that success through solid understanding of the profession.”

Read the press release
https://www.hartford.edu/news/press-releases/2016/09/engineering_earnings.aspx

The full list:
27. University of Notre Dame
25. (tie) Cornell University
25. (tie) University of California — Los Angeles
22. (tie) University of Pennsylvania
22. (tie) Northwestern University
22. (tie) New York University
19. (tie) Texas Tech University
19. (tie) United States Military Academy at West Point
19. (tie) Washington University in St. Louis
14. (tie) University of Hartford
14. (tie) Carnegie Mellon University
14. (tie) Massachusetts Institute of Technology
14. (tie) Tufts University
14. (tie) Cooper Union for The Advancement of Science and Art
12. (tie) University of California, San Diego
12. (tie) Manhattan College
11. Bucknell University
10. University of California, Berkeley
9. University of California, Santa Barbara
8. Boston University
7. United States Naval Academy at Annapolis
6. University of Virginia
5. Columbia University
3. (tie) SUNY Maritime College
3. (tie) Duke University
2. Princeton University
1. Stanford University

Read Kimberly Colavito's 16, M'17 remarks regarding the Business Insider Ranking.