The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering has moved up in the the US News & World Report rankings of undergraduate programs.
In the list released this week, BAE was ranked #10 among biological and agricultural engineering programs in the nation. NC State is ranked 32nd nationally, up from 34 in the previous year.
US News & World Report compiles its annual rankings of accredited U.S. engineering programs by surveying engineering deans and senior faculty. The annual report is one of the most widely distributed rankings of U.S. colleges and universities.
In May, US News & World Report ranked the BAE’s graduate program 8th in the nation.