Research & Innovation

Stevens’ Department of Mechanical Engineering Climbs to 69th in Latest U.S. News & World Report Rankings

The department’s ranking jumps up 14 places in the latest report

A photo of Stevens students working on a robot in a mechanical engineering lab.

The latest U.S. News & World Report rankings for graduate engineering schools saw the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology rise from 83rd up to 69th. This recognition highlights the department’s continuing commitment to teaching and research excellence.

Mechanical engineering was the first degree offered by Stevens at its founding in 1870, and today the department remains dedicated to traditional broad-based mechanical engineering education while also introducing new areas of focus such as robotics and autonomous systems, bioengineering, additive manufacturing, sustainable energy, and micro-nano technology.

“We are proud of this recognition of our Department of Mechanical Engineering,” said Dean Jean Zu. “At Stevens, we strive to be leaders in engineering, and our students’ and faculty’s commitment to education and research are at the heart of what we do.”

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