2015 Top IE schools from US News

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    Anonymous

    This rank list is an overall evaluation of IE in US. For Ph.D. or M.S. program, you may refer to some other information in the specific domain.

     

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

    Northwestern University

    University of California, Berkeley

    Stanford University

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Cornell University

    Purdue University, West Lafayette

    Virginia Tech

    University of Wisconsin, Madison

    Pennsylvania State University, University Park

    Columbia University

    North Carolina State University

    Texas A&M University, College Station

    University of Florida

    University of Southern California

    Ohio State University

    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    University of Illinois,Urbana-​Champaign

    Arizona State University

    Lehigh University

    Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick

    University of Pittsburgh

    Iowa State University

    University at Buffalo, SUNY

    University of Arizona

    University of Texas, Austin

    University of Virginia

     

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    #2484
    Chengyue Zhang
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    Thanks for sharing! But sometimes ranking does not mean everything. It is better to visit the schools or do more research about the schools before you plan to go there.

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    #4015
    Anonymous
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    University of Wisconsin for the win baby!

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    #6826
    Julia Romero
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    University of Wisconsin-Madison is strong in many engineering areas!

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    #6845
    Casey Miller
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    I have a close friend who studied IE at Georgia Tech, and I was shocked to learn how different our curriculum was. I had asked him if he had ever heard of an affinity diagram, interrelationship digraph, etc. and he was never taught any of those tools. It’s surprising to see that some of the things that seem so basic/repetitive in our curriculum aren’t even mentioned at other schools. It would be interesting to compare with some of the other top schools.

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