Undergraduate engineering programs: Data below are the admission rates and averages for the overall school and not the engineering program.


  Name Has PhD Programs Admissions Rate SAT Subject Tests Required Early Decision
(ED)
Early Action(EA)
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1 Harvard University
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Y   7.2% 2070 - 2350 690 - 780 690 - 790 EA  View My Chances
2 Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
New York, New York
  7.4% 1790 - 2180 590 - 710 600 - 770 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
3 Stanford University
Stanford, California
Y   8.0% 2010 - 2300 660 - 760 680 - 780 Recommended  EA  View My Chances
4 Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut
Y   8.6% 2100 - 2370 700 - 800 700 - 780 EA  View My Chances
5 United States Naval Academy
Annapolis, Maryland
  9.5% 1755 - 2100 570 - 700 600 - 700   EA  View My Chances
6 Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey
Y   10.1% 2090 - 2360 690 - 790 700 - 790 EA  View My Chances
7 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Y   10.7% 2030 - 2320 650 - 760 720 - 800 EA  View My Chances
8 Columbia University
New York, New York
Y   11.0% 2050 - 2320 680 - 770 680 - 780 ED  View My Chances
9 Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
Y   11.2% 1990 - 2300 650 - 760 670 - 770 ED  View My Chances
10 Dartmouth College
Hanover, New Hampshire
Y   13.5% 2000 - 2320 660 - 770 670 - 780 ED  View My Chances
11 United States Military Academy
West Point, New York
  14.1% 1680 - 1970 560 - 660 580 - 670   EA  View My Chances
12 California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, California
Y   15.3% 2140 - 2340 690 - 770 770 - 800 EA  View My Chances
13 United States Air Force Academy
USAFA, Colorado
  16.8% 1730 - 1995 580 - 665 600 - 690     View My Chances
14 Swarthmore College
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
  17.4% 2010 - 2290 670 - 760 670 - 770 ED  View My Chances
15 University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Y   17.7% 2020 - 2290 660 - 750 690 - 780 ED  View My Chances
16 Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
Needham, Massachusetts
  17.8% 2100 - 2310 690 - 760 730 - 780   View My Chances
17 Cornell University
Ithaca, New York
Y   19.1% 1935 - 2250 630 - 730 660 - 770 ED  View My Chances
18 Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee
Y   20.1% 2010 - 2270 660 - 750 690 - 770 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
19 University of California-Berkeley
Berkeley, California
Y   21.5% 1800 - 2170 580 - 700 620 - 760   View My Chances
20 Washington University in St Louis
Saint Louis, Missouri
Y   22.2% 2085 - 2295 680 - 750 710 - 780 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
21 Rice University
Houston, Texas
Y   22.3% 1970 - 2270 640 - 750 680 - 780 EA,ED  View My Chances
22 Duke University
Durham, North Carolina
Y   22.4% 2000 - 2300 660 - 760 680 - 780 ED  View My Chances
23 University of California-Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Y   22.8% 1730 - 2100 560 - 680 590 - 720   View My Chances
24 University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
Y   24.4% 1910 - 2180 620 - 710 650 - 740 Recommended    View My Chances
25 United States Coast Guard Academy
New London, Connecticut
  24.6% 1740 - 2010 560 - 660 600 - 680   EA  View My Chances
26 Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois
Y   26.2% 2030 - 2280 670 - 750 690 - 780 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
27 Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts
Y   26.6% 2040 - 2300 680 - 750 680 - 790 ED  View My Chances
28 Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland
Y   27.8% 1940 - 2230 630 - 730 670 - 770 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
29 Union College
Barbourville, Kentucky
  27.9% 1279.5 - 1444.5 415 - 455 438 - 508   ED  View My Chances
30 University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Indiana
Y   28.6% 1995 - 2265 650 - 750 680 - 760   EA  View My Chances
31 Bucknell University
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
  29.9% 1845 - 2100 600 - 680 630 - 720   ED  View My Chances
32 Harvey Mudd College
Claremont, California
  32.1% 2083 - 2330 680 - 770 740 - 790 ED  View My Chances
33 University of Virginia-Main Campus
Charlottesville, Virginia
Y   32.1% 1840 - 2150 600 - 710 630 - 730 ED  View My Chances
34 Lehigh University
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Y   32.8% 1815 - 2085 580 - 670 630 - 720 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
35 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo, California
  33.3% 1650 - 1965 530 - 630 570 - 680   ED  View My Chances
36 Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Y   36.3% 1910 - 2220 620 - 720 670 - 780 ED  View My Chances
37 George Washington University
Washington, District of Columbia
Y   37.4% 1790 - 2070 590 - 680 600 - 690   ED  View My Chances
38 University of Rochester
Rochester, New York
Y   38.7% 1820 - 2100 590 - 690 640 - 720   ED  View My Chances
39 University of California-San Diego
La Jolla, California
Y   39.9% 1700 - 2040 540 - 660 600 - 710   View My Chances
40 Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, New York
Y   39.9% 1620 - 1910 520 - 620 580 - 670     View My Chances
41 Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts
Y   41.0% 1780 - 2040 580 - 670 620 - 700     View My Chances
42 University of Maryland-College Park
College Park, Maryland
Y   41.9% 1800 - 2085 580 - 680 620 - 710   EA  View My Chances
43 California State University-Long Beach
Long Beach, California
  42.0% 1350 - 1695 440 - 550 460 - 580     View My Chances
44 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, New York
Y   42.2% 1850 - 2130 610 - 700 660 - 750 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
45 Lafayette College
Easton, Pennsylvania
  42.4% 1750 - 2060 570 - 670 600 - 710 Recommended  ED  View My Chances
46 University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Y   42.7% 1710 - 2040 560 - 670 580 - 690   ED  View My Chances
47 The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas
Y   45.3% 1630 - 2010 530 - 660 570 - 690     View My Chances
48 Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania
  46.4% 1800 - 2085 580 - 680 620 - 710   EA  View My Chances
49 University of California-Irvine
Irvine, California
Y   48.7% 1590 - 1900 510 - 610 560 - 670   View My Chances
50 New Jersey Institute of Technology
Newark, New Jersey
Y   49.2% 1530 - 1845 480 - 580 540 - 650   EA  View My Chances

Above is a table of the middle 50th percentile of scores for enrolled students. The means that 50% of all enrolled students received scores within the range between the 25th and 75th percentile. (Data from NCES for Fall of 2007)