Engineering : University of California-Berkeley
|University of California-Berkeley|
|Address||200 California Hall|
|Level||Four or more years|
|Student to Faculty Ratio||17:1|
|Carnegie Classification||Research Universities (very high research activity)|
|Undergrad Application Fees||$70|
|Grad Application Fees||$80|
|Enrollment||Fees (/yr)||Required Fees(/yr)|
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)
|Critical Reading||610/740 |
|Agricultural/Biological Engineering and Bioengineering|
|Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering|
|Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering|
Nobel laureates: 21 faculty members, including 8 current faculty.
Over the past decade (2000-2009), the National Science Foundation awarded more Graduate Research Fellowships to UC Berkeley students than to those of any other university (MIT was 2nd; Stanford 3rd; Harvard 4th).
For Electrical and Computer Science admissions are very competitive. Most successful applicants last year had GPAs above 3.7 and GRE quantitative scores above 90%. Many successful Computer Science applicants took the GRE Computer Science Subject test and scored above 90%. For Fall 2010 we had approximately 3000 applicants for about 100 slots.
Mechanical Engineering: Most successful applicants last year had GPAs above 3.7 and GRE quantitative scores above 90%. For Fall 2010 we had approximately 940 applicants for about 75 admission slots.
Civil and Environmental Engineering : There is no minimum score however average GRE scores are 150+ (verbal), 160+(Quant.) and 4+ (Writing)
GRE Scores and Admissions