If you are considering a degree in engineering the. You have to take a look at the USAToday article reporting on the top engineering colleges in the US. When looking at a potential engineering program, though, you need to go further than the highlights given on a y of these lists.
Questions to consider:
1. What courses and grades will I need to take in high school to be competitive in the college’s admissions process? Think sciences and math.
2. What opportunities are there for internships?
3. What is the job placement in my field at the colllege and at what companies /organizations are graduates hired?
4. Does the career I aspire to require a graduate degree? If so, I should put this college on my graduate school list and see what undergraduate colleges their grad students graduate from? This could save you money if you attend state college or university for your ungrad degree and receive your graduate degree from a top ranked college or university.
REMEMBER where you receive your graduate degree will carry more weight than your undergraduate degree, as it will be focused on your profession/career field.