The Tickle College of Engineering climbed one spot and is now the 33rd-ranked undergraduate program among public universities, according to the 2019 U.S. News and World Report rankings.
The college is ranked 59th overall in the new National Universities list, which includes public and private universities that emphasize research and offer a full range of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs.
“We’ve built tremendous momentum in the college, and that’s helping generate a great deal of excitement,” said Tickle College of Engineering Interim Dean Mark Dean. “We’re pleased that the things we are doing are getting the recognition they deserve.”
The rankings are based on data gathered in the spring and summer of 2018. Unlike graduate school and university-wide ratings, the only score used to measure colleges at the undergraduate level is a peer review score.
In the full rankings, UT as a whole is 52nd among all public universities and 115th nationally. Read about the university’s rankings.