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 Top 10 Graduate Engineering Programs Popular with Women

Earlier this year, U.S. News & World Report named the 10 engineering schools with the highest percentage of women enrolled at the master’s and doctoral level in both full-time and part-time programs during fall 2015.
It was part of U.S. News’ annual ranking of the best engineering schools.
Unranked schools, which didn’t meet certain criteria required by U.S. News to be numerically ranked, weren’t considered for this annual report, which is part of the .
The engineering schools that made this short list are:
1. University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill: 60.7 percent or 68 of its 112 grad students are women.
2. University of Texas Health Science Center - San Antonio: 41.5 percent or 44 of its 106 grad students are women.
3. Santa Clara University (CA): 37.8 percent or 336 of its 888 grad students are women.
4. Tufts University (MA): 35.3 percent or 218 of its 618 grad students are women.
5. Tulane University (LA): 34.7 percent or 33 of its 95 grad students are women.
6. North Carolina A&T State University: 34.1 percent or 143 of its 419 grad students are women.
7. Prairie View A&M University (TX): 33.5 percent or 58 of its 173 grad students are women.
8. Yale University (CT): 32.3percent or 91 of its 282 grad school students are women.
9. Duke University (Pratt) (NC): 32.1 percent or 342 of its 1,067 grad students are women.
10. Howard University (DC): 31.9 percent or 22 of its 69 grad school are women.
More information about these schools and where they ranked on U.S. News’ Best Engineering Schools list can be found at usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/the-short-list-grad-school/articles/2016-04-12/10-graduate-engineering-programs-with-the-most-women.
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