Stevens Named in Top 6 of U.S. Engineering Schools Producing Highest-Earning Graduates in Nation
The school ranks above universities including Carnegie Mellon, Georgia Tech and The Cooper Union for salaries of engineering graduates holding bachelor’s degrees
Engineering industry publication Design News reports that Stevens Institute of Technology ranks in the top six of U.S. engineering schools for early and mid-career salaries of engineering graduates holding bachelor’s degrees from the university.
The publication based these rankings on salary information available from PayScale, listing average early-career salaries for Stevens graduates at $80,400 and average mid-career salaries for Stevens graduates at $150,900. These salaries trail only modestly behind top-ranked school Massachusetts Institute of Technology (with $93,700 and $167,200, respectively).
According to the publication, Stevens also ranks as producing the topmost salaries of undergraduate engineers in the New York tristate area.
The high return on investment of Stevens’ Schaefer School of Engineering and Science was also reflected recently by U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings for 2023, which highlighted the Schaefer School’s online education programs with rankings as one of the top 10 best online graduate IT programs, one of the top 30 best online graduate engineering programs, first place as best online graduate engineering program in New Jersey and second place as best online graduate engineering program in the northeast region.
The Design News rankings:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Harvey Mudd College
United States Naval Academy
California Institute of Technology
Stevens Institute of Technology
Colorado School of Mines
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
United States Merchant Marine Academy
Georgia Institute of Technology – Main Campus
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Carnegie Mellon University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
University of California – San Diego
New Jersey Institute of Technology
New Mexico Institute of Technology