5 best tech colleges


The world is changing. Not too long ago, the best way to get a job was to graduate from college with a degree in engineering or business administration. But now, it seems that more and more people are turning to the tech industry for their career prospects. The increased demand for qualified workers in this field has led many universities across the country to start offering courses in computer programming and software development – often called “tech.”  

There are still plenty of colleges out there that don’t offer tech-related courses as part of their curriculum, but if you’re looking for the best schools, here’s an insider’s list of five: 

Duke University 

The Duke University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is a public research university in Durham, North Carolina. The school has over 100 undergraduate programs and more than 50 graduate degree programs across six colleges: the School of Engineering; the School of Nursing; the Pratt School of Engineering; Trinity College of Arts & Sciences; Duke Divinity School, and the Sanford School of Public Policy. 

Duke University’s engineering school has something for all majors – from biology to textile design. 

Duke University offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering degree that combines coursework with practical experience at one of the University’s research centers, such as Duke Robotics and Duke Cognitive Systems Lab.  

Georgia Institute of Technology 

A public university located in Atlanta, Georgia Tech is known for its research. Founded in 1885 and later renamed “Georgia Institute of Technology,” it’s one of the original four schools merged with other schools into what would become known as “The University System of Georgia.” 

You could use programminggeeks to get an initial insight if you need it.  

University of Illinois 

Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, is the home of the University of Illinois. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is the flagship institution for the state’s system of Land Grant Universities and one of three universities to be designated as an “R-Rank” by America’s Top Colleges since 2017. 
Several of the school’s departments have won international recognition, including mechanical and industrial engineering. In 1867, Illinois Industrial University was founded as one of the country’s first three land-grant schools established for higher education in agriculture and engineering.  

Northwestern University 

The Northwestern University is located in Evanston, Illinois. Its undergraduate student population is over 20,000 and offers degrees in more than 160 areas of study to its students. Northwestern ranked among the top universities in America by both U.S News & World Report and Forbes magazines for 22 years.  

Michigan Tech University 

The Michigan Tech University is a public research university and the top-ranked engineering school worldwide. The University was established in 1885 as Michigan’s first technological institution and today offers a bachelor of science degrees in more than 130 fields. 

Michigan Tech has a total undergraduate enrollment of around just over 5000 students with an average student-teacher ratio close to 16:11. Its course is offered fully on-campus or online. 

The University was rated among the top ten public universities nationwide for graduate employability by The Wall Street Journal and is ranked as one of America’s Best Colleges, a distinction it has held since 1995. 

Michigan Tech University is located about 70 miles north of Detroit in Houghton, Michigan. 


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