Cornell University - Engineering

Cornell University
Address300 Day Hall
TypePrivate not-for-profit
LevelFour or more years
Total Engineering Students3709 (Undergraduate), 1055 (graduate), 1036 (PhD)
PhDs granted(current yr)204
Total Engineering Teachers266
Total Engineering Research Expenditure$123162
Admission Rate (Undergrad)12335 (Applications), 1520 (Offered admissions), 814 (Accepted)
GPA (for Undergrad)99 [percentage of students ranked in top 25% of their high school class]
Admission Rate (Grad)9342 (Applications), 2704 (Offered admissions), 1011 (Accepted)
Carnegie ClassificationResearch Universities (very high research activity)
Application Fees
Undergrad Application Fees$80
Grad Application Fees$95
Tuition / Fees
Undergrad In-State$52853
Undergrad Out-State$52853
Grad In-State$31000
Grad Out-State$31000
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Engineering Courses/Degrees

Aerospace- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
Agricultural/Biological Engineering and Bioengineering
Biomedical/Medical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
Engineering Physics
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
Materials Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Nuclear Engineering
Operations Research
Systems Engineering

In 2009, 77 U.S. patents were issued to Cornell innovators.

Computer Engineering GRE Requirements: GRE - The GRE is required of all applicants. While there are no strict minimum required scores, we look for scores close to: Verbal 500, Quantitative 750, Analytical 5.0. The Subjective portion of the GRE is not required.
GPA - The minimum cumulative GPA is 3.5/4.0.

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Engineering Resources

6. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
7. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
8. Cornell University
9. Carnegie Mellon University
10. The University of Texas at Austin

GRE Scores and Admissions