College Gazette Ranks Software Engineering BS in Top Ten

The College Gazette has ranked the Michigan Tech B.S. in Software Engineering program among the top ten in the U.S.

Michigan Tech joins many prestigious universities in the rankings, including Carnegie Mellon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, IUC Berkeley, and Stanford

In the modern world, the vast majority of industries heavily rely on technology in one way or another. As a result, the job market for software engineers is not just incredibly diverse but also rapidly booming. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, software engineers as a group are going to see an estimated 25% increase in employment rates over the next ten years. This growth rate is far, far higher than the national average for all careers at just 5%.

Studying software engineering is an excellent way to gain an extremely versatile, in-demand set of skills that can land you a job working in whatever industry you want. Furthermore, it is essential to know that most software engineering jobs require a bachelor’s degree or higher. Thus, attending a college with a phenomenal software engineering program is vital if you are serious about starting a career in this field.

Choosing the best school can be a stressful and overwhelming process with so many different options out there. To help you narrow down your search a bit, here, we have compiled a ranked list of some of the best schools for studying software engineering that the US has to offer.

To publish this list of the best software engineering schools, we are creating an “averaged” & aggregated ranking. We assign a score to every school on the list based on its positioning in other published ranking lists, then rank them based on which schools performed the best. We have included our sources at the end of the article.