The Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) graduate program moved up two spots to No. 11 in the latest U.S. News & World Report (USNWR) rankings among public graduate engineering programs, the department’s highest rank in the past five years.
“This ranking reflects the tremendous growth of the ISE faculty, their outstanding contributions to the discipline as well as those of our top graduate students,” said David Kaber, Ph.D., Dean’s Leadership Professor and department chair. “We are elated with this recent recognition by our peer department leaders and are emboldened to additional impactful research in ISE for improving work life and society.”
Six of the UF engineering college’s disciplines — agricultural engineering, biomedical engineering, computer engineering, industrial engineering, materials engineering and nuclear engineering — are listed among the Top 15 public programs. Overall, the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, which saw its research expenditure grow by more than 10%, ranked No. 26 among all public institutions.
For further information on Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering graduate rankings, visit the College website.
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