The 2015 U.S. News and World Report “Best College” rankings are out, and we are pleased that Loyola University Maryland's engineering program is again listed among the top 50 programs with a primary focus on undergraduate engineering education.
Based on peer assessments, the ranking reflects what Loyola engineering students and faculty members have known for a long time—that the engineering program at Loyola offers a valuable, undergraduate-focused, hands-on learning experience that can be hard to find at large research universities where graduate students often receive most of the faculty's time and attention.
Our four-year undergraduate program combines the university’s exceptional liberal arts resources with robust coverage of both traditional and emerging areas of engineering to produce graduates who are ready to excel in today’s diverse and rapidly changing environment. Students receive broad-based instruction in engineering fundamentals, while also choosing to specialize in one of four concentration areas: computer engineering, electrical engineering, materials engineering or mechanical engineering.
Watch a student testimonial about engineering at Loyola: