Clark School's Online Graduate Programs Highly Ranked in 2014 by U.S. News and World Report
In the new U.S. News and World Report 2014 Best Online Programs rankings, released today, the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering is ranked #14 and becomes the latest highly ranked Clark School program to provide outstanding educational opportunities -- and now anywhere worldwide.
As part of its Master of Engineering and Graduate Certificate in Engineering programs designed for working engineers, the Clark School offers seven completely online academic options:
Many other academic options are offered via synchronous video-teleconferencing at regional education sites throughout Maryland (Aerospace Engineering, Cybersecurity, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Robotics, Software Engineering, and Systems Engineering).
The Clark School's advanced distance learning technologies and Seigel Learning Center have been recognized and featured in national publications, including Nature.
For more information about the Clark School distance programs, visit www.advancedengineering.umd.edu. To see the U.S. News and World Report complete rankings, visit http://www.usnews.com/education/online-education
About the A. James Clark School of Engineering:
The University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering is a premier program, ranked among the top 20 in the world. Located just a few miles from Washington, D.C., the Clark School is at the center of a constellation of high-tech companies and federal laboratories, offering students and faculty access to unique professional opportunities.
Our broad spectrum of academic programs, including the world’s only accredited undergraduate fire protection engineering program, is complemented by a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem, early hands-on educational experiences, and participation in national and international competitions.
The Clark School is leading research advancements in aerospace, bioengineering, robotics, nanotechnology, disaster resilience, energy and sustainability, and cybersecurity. From the universal product code to satellite radio, SMS text messaging to the implantable insulin pump, our students, faculty, and alumni are engineering life-changing innovations for millions. Facts, figures, and more information can be found at www.eng.umd.edu.
January 8, 2014