10. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rensselaer Formula Hybrid is a student-led team that promotes the advancement of engineering proficiency. Through participation in the annual SAE Formula Hybrid competition, students build skills in product-design, team collaboration, and project management.
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9. Lehigh University
The engineering school participates in the Technical Entrepreneurship program where teams of engineering, business and design students work together to design, make and market new products for sponsors including GM, B. Braun and NASA.
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8. Western New England University
For the College of Engineering Class of 2018, 96% were employed within six months of graduation. Others were enrolled in graduate school.
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7. Worcester Polytechnic Institute
The school's research facilities include cutting-edge facilities and tools for work in medical robotics, soft robotics, human-robot interaction, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
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6. University of Wisconsin Platteville
Begun In 2007 UW- Platteville's Engineers WIthout Borders chapter has completed four projects in Ghana, African including a primary school.
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5. Manhattan College
In the electrical engineering program students design their own devices as part of a team. Some topics students have studied include, bioelectrical engineering and bio-instrumentation, electromagnetics, photonics, biophotonics, nanophotonics, sensors, device miniaturization and instrumentation.
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4. Milwaukee School of Engineering
The school has more labs than classrooms with undergraduates clocking 600 hours of lab work. This might explain why the school has a 95% rate of graduates working in their field.
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3. Kettering University
The university was ranked fourth in the country in producing alumni who hold patents. It was also ranked 15th nationally in non-PhD engineering programs in 2019.
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2. Clarkson University
The school's motto, “Technology Serving Humanity,” emphasizes its dedication to innovation and focus on the economics, ethics and environmental impact of every engineering decision. Courses include Aircraft Design I and II Biomedical & Rehab Engineering, and Management Sustainable Infrastructure and Building.
1. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Graduates of this university are exploring the edge of space. School alumnus Ron Neumeyer, is working on the RS-25 engine, with new controller electronics and manufacturing techniques, for NASA’s Space Launch System program.
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