The 2022 rankings for U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” are out.
According to U.S. News & World Report, "Although the methodology is the product of years of research, we continuously refine our approach based on user feedback, discussions with schools and higher education experts, literature reviews, trends in our own data, availability of new data, and engaging with deans and institutional researchers at higher education conferences. Our detailed methodology is transparent in part for use by schools and academics, but mostly because we believe prospective students will find our rankings more useful if they know what the rankings measure."
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Where the U ranks
- 99 National Universities
- 58 Best Colleges for Veterans
- 185 Best Value Schools
- 275 Top Performers on Social Mobility
- 42 Top Public Schools
- 41 Business Programs
- 8 Entrepreneurship
- 63 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
- 54 Computer Science
- 3 Game/Simulation Development
- 31 Nursing
Tops marks for EAE in inaugural ranking
Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE), the U’s top-rated program that teaches students all facets of video game design and development, was ranked No. 3 in the country in the inaugural rankings by U.S. News & World Report for "Best Undergraduate Game Design Programs."
EAE, which is part of the U’s College of Engineering, was tied with Massachusetts Institute of Technology and New York University for No. 3, while Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Southern California were tied for No. 1. Of those five institutions, the U offers the lowest tuition rates, costing at least 77% less than the others.