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Texas A&M University’s engineering graduate program climbed one spot to reach the top 10 overall and sixth in public institutions. | Image: Texas A&M Engineering
The Texas A&M University College of Engineering’s graduate program climbed one spot, now ranking 10th overall nationally and sixth among public institutions in the latest U.S. News & World Report survey, “America’s Best Graduate Schools 2023.”

The graduate program is also ranked second in the state of Texas, and seven departments in the College of Engineering were ranked among the top 10 public universities in the U.S. In addition to the college, six departments also climbed higher in the latest rankings.

The complete list of individual programs and their rankings are: aerospace engineering, 8 (5 public); biological and agricultural engineering, 7 (6); biomedical engineering, 38 (20); chemical engineering, 27 (16); civil engineering, 15 (9); computer engineering, 23 (12); computer science, 38 (20); electrical engineering, 25 (14); industrial and systems engineering, 12 (8); materials science and engineering, 26 (17); mechanical engineering, 14 (7); nuclear engineering, 3 (2); and petroleum engineering, 2 (2).