Top Computer Science Colleges



Great 4 Year Schools for Computer Science & Computer Engineering Majors

We have gathered a short list of 4 year colleges and universities from around the United States to help act as a springboard for your decision making process.  Below you will find a list of schools that have received high marks from students along with information compiled from each college.  Colleges and universities are required to declare which degrees they offer, the enrollment for each field of study, and the number of degrees conferred in a given year.  Consider this a starting point for your college search with the opportunity to learn more about each college on the list.

Auburn University

Northwestern University

Northeastern University

Boston University

Pennsylvania State University – University Park

Boston University

Bradley University

Princeton University

Brown University

Rice University

California Institute of Technology

Carnegie Mellon University

Champlain College

Roanoke College

Clemson University

Drexel University

Seattle University

Stanford University

Rochester Institute of Technology

Florida State University

George Mason University

State University of New York

Texas A&M University

United States Air Force Academy

Georgia Institute of Technology

Gonzaga University

Hampton University

Harvey Mudd College

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Missouri University of Science & Technology

Johns Hopkins University

Lehigh University

Iowa State University

University of Arizona

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

University of Washington

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

University of California – Berkeley

University of Maryland

University of California – Los Angeles

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

University of California – Riverside

 

Methodology: At MatchCollege, we work diligently to provide quality information to help current and prospective college students best navigate the college landscape.  To that end, we use the following trusted sources of information throughout our website including: NCES, The U.S. Department of Education, Carnegie Classification, BLS, and the U.S. Census Bureau.  In order to be listed as a great school on the MatchCollege website, schools must qualify using a variety of scoring factors including: student-faculty ratio, tuition, graduation rate, financial aid, counseling services, loan default rate, acceptance rate, and the MatchCollege peer-based metric tool.

 

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