Top 5 Science Schools In US

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US News & World Report released the results of their 3-year study, ranking the best science schools in the country. Hence, we’ve picked and listed down 5 best science schools in the United States.

  1. Harvard University: Boston, MA

Harvard University – Combined Ranking: 27.3.

Biological Sciences: 4.7 (Ranked 4th)

Chemistry: 4.8 (Ranked 5th)

Computer Science: 3.9 (Ranked 16th)

Earth Sciences: 4.1 (Ranked 9th)

Mathematics: 4.9 (Ranked 2nd)

Physics: 4.9 (Ranked 3rd)

Established in 1969, Harvard University is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. The university is organized into eleven separate academic units, ten faculties and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Harvard’s library is world’s largest academic and private library system, comprising 79 individual libraries with over 18 million volumes.

  1. California Institute of Technology: Pasadena, CA

California Institute of Technology – Combined Ranking: 28.2

Biological Sciences: 4.7 (Ranked 4th)

Chemistry: 4.9 (Ranked 1st)

Computer Science: 4.2 (Ranked 11th)

Earth Sciences: 4.9 (Ranked 1st)

Mathematics: 4.6 (Ranked 7th)

Physics: 4.9 (Ranked 3rd)

California Institute of Technology (abbreviated Caltech) has six academic divisions with strong emphasis on science and engineering. Caltech is frequently cited as one of the world’s best universities. Its alumni and faculty include 34 Nobel Prizes.

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  1. University of California: Berkeley, CA

University of California, Berkeley – Combined Ranking: 29.1

Biological Sciences: 4.8 (Ranked 2nd)

Chemistry: 4.9 (Ranked 1st)

Computer Science: 5.0 (Ranked 1st)

Earth Sciences: 4.6 (Ranked 4th)

Mathematics: 4.9 (Ranked 2nd)

Physics: 4.9 (Ranked 3rd)

University of California, Berkeley is a public research university. Founded in 1868, it is the oldest of the ten research universities in the University of California system. It is also cited as the top public university in the United States.

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Combined Ranking: 29.4

Biological Sciences: 4.8 (Ranked 2nd)

Chemistry: 4.9 (Ranked 1st)

Computer Science: 5.0 (Ranked 1st)

Earth Sciences: 4.8 (Ranked 2nd)

Mathematics: 4.9 (Ranked 2nd)

Physics: 5.0 (Ranked 1st)

Often cited as one of the world’s most prestigious universities, Massachusetts Institute of Technology was founded in 1861. The institute is known for its research and education in the physical sciences and engineering. With approximately 1200 graduate students and1000 undergraduate majors, the school of science is the second largest at MIT.

  1. Stanford University – Stanford, CA

Stanford University – Combined Ranking: 29.5

Biological Sciences: 4.9 (Ranked 1st)

Chemistry: 4.9 (Ranked 1st)

Computer Science: 5.0 (Ranked 1st)

Earth Sciences: 4.8 (Ranked 2nd)

Mathematics: 4.9 (Ranked 2nd)

Physics: 5.0 (Ranked 1st)

There are three academic schools in Stanford University that have both undergraduate and graduate students and another four professional schools.

 

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Top 5 Science Schools In USunratedKen Sines2017-07-18 02:45:45US News & World Report released the results of their 3-year study, ranking the best science schools in the country. Hence, we’ve picked and listed…

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