The Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin is once again ranked in the top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 undergraduate program rankings, strengthening the school’s position as one of the nation’s top engineering schools and research destinations.

The Cockrell School retained its 2014 ranking as the No. 10 best engineering school in the country, and several of UT Austin’s engineering programs ranked in the nation’s top 10 for their respective programs, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings released on Sept. 9.

The rankings for the Cockrell School’s undergraduate degree programs this year are:

  • Chemical Engineering, No. 6
  • Civil Engineering, No. 6
  • Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering, No. 6
  • Computer Engineering, No. 8
  • Aerospace/Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering, No. 9
  • Electrical/Electronic/Communications Engineering, No. 10
  • Mechanical Engineering, No. 10
  • Biomedical Engineering, No. 15

The U.S. News & World Report's 2015 ranking is the latest recognition of the Cockrell School, which was recently ranked in the top 10 in several other national and international rankings lists for best engineering schools. The Cockrell School's recent rankings include:

  • No. 2 best engineering school for Hispanic graduate students, HispanicBusiness Magazine
  • No. 5 best engineering school in the world, Academic Rankings of World Universities
  • No. 8 best engineering school in the world, Professional Engineering magazine
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