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Best Nuclear Engineering Schools Comparison

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Institutional Characteristics

The following table compares the basic academic information between best Nuclear Engineering schools. By school type, there are 10 public and 1 private schools in best Nuclear Engineering schools. By school level, all 11 schools are 4 years or high institutes.
Academic Comparison - Best Nuclear Engineering Schools
RankNameLocationType/LevelHighest DegreeOffered Degree
1 Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCambridge, MAPrivate (not-for-profit), 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate
1 University of Michigan-Ann ArborAnn Arbor, MIPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
3 Texas A & M University-College StationCollege Station, TXPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeCertificate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
3 University of Wisconsin-MadisonMadison, WIPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeCertificate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
5 Pennsylvania State University-Main CampusUniversity Park, PAPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeCertificate, Associate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
5 The University of Tennessee-KnoxvilleKnoxville, TNPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
7 University of California-BerkeleyBerkeley, CAPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
8 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main CampusAtlanta, GAPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate
8 North Carolina State University at RaleighRaleigh, NCPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeAssociate, Bachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
10 Oregon State UniversityCorvallis, ORPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate
10 University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignChampaign, ILPublic, 4 or more yearsDoctor's DegreeBachelor, Master, Doctorate, Post-Graduate

Key Facts Comparison

The average tuition & fees of best Nuclear Engineering schools is $17,114 for State residents and $38,380 for out-of-state students. The average acceptance rate is 48.73% and graduation rate is 84.00%. The following table compares key facts for each schools including acceptance rate, graduation rate, tuition, student to faculty ratio, and student population.
Key Facts Comparison Between Best Nuclear Engineering Schools
RankNameTuition & FeesAcceptance RateGraduation RateStudent Faculty RatioStudent Population
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology $53,450 7% 96% 3:111,254
1 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor $15,948 / $52,266 26% 93% 11:147,907
3 Texas A & M University-College Station $12,783 / $39,340 63% 83% 20:170,418
3 University of Wisconsin-Madison $10,742 / $38,630 57% 88% 17:144,640
5 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus $18,450 / $35,514 76% 71% 14:146,810
5 The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $13,264 / $31,664 78% 71% 17:130,559
7 University of California-Berkeley $14,312 / $44,066 17% 92% 20:142,327
8 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $12,852 / $33,964 21% 91% 18:139,771
8 North Carolina State University at Raleigh $9,101 / $29,220 46% 84% 14:136,042
10 Oregon State University $11,858 / $31,467 82% 69% 17:132,312
10 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign $15,150 / $32,600 63% 86% 20:152,679
Average$17,114 / $38,38048.73%84.00%15.55:141,338
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