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Best Chemical Engineering Schools

Academic Overview Key Fact

Institutional Characteristics

Next table compares basic academic information between best Chemical Engineering schools. By school type, There are 7 public and 4 private schools in best Chemical Engineering schools. By school level, all 11 best Chemical Engineering schools are 4 years or high institutes.

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Academic Comparison - Chemical Engineering
NameLocationType/LevelHighest DegreeOffered Degree
California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, CA Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
University of California-Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
University of Delaware Newark, DE Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice Associate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Atlanta, GA Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship Bachelor, Master, Doctorate
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship Bachelor, Master, Doctorate
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice Certificate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
Princeton University Princeton, NJ Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship Bachelor, Master, Doctorate
The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice Certificate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, WI Public, 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice Bachelor, Master, Doctorate
Stanford University Stanford, CA Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate

Key Facts Comparison

The average tuition & fees of best Chemical Engineering schools is $25,147 for in-state students and $38,827 for out-of-state students. The average acceptance ratio is 29.09% and graduation rate is 86.64%. Next table compares key facts for each schools including acceptance rate, graduation rate, tuition, student to faculty ratio, and student population.

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Key Facts Comparison - Chemical Engineering
NameTuition & FeesAcceptance RateGraduation RateStudent Faculty RatioStudent Population
California Institute of Technology$47,5779%91%3%2,255
University of California-Berkeley$13,509 / $40,19117%92%17%38,189
University of California-Santa Barbara$14,073 / $40,75533%81%17%23,497
University of Delaware$12,830 / $32,25067%79%16%22,852
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$12,212 / $32,40432%85%19%25,034
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$48,4528%92%3%11,331
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities$14,142 / $23,80645%77%17%50,678
Princeton University$45,3007%97%5%8,138
The University of Texas at Austin$10,092 / $35,68239%80%18%50,950
University of Wisconsin-Madison$10,488 / $32,73858%85%18%42,716
Stanford University$47,9405%94%11%16,980
Average$2,286 / $3,5302.64%7.88%1.19%2,418
***All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education. Tuition and costs are based on 2016-2017 data and other data is from 2015-2016 data.