Electrical Ranking 2018: University of Massachusetts Amherst

University of Massachusetts AmherstRanked
212
in the USA
University of Massachusetts Amherst is a large public college offering numerous disciplines along with the electrical major and located in Amherst, Massachusetts. The school was founded in 1863 and is presently offering certificates in Applied Economics.

University of Massachusetts Amherst is expensive: tuition is around $31,000 per year. If you look for a cheaper alternative, check Affordable Colleges in Massachusetts listing.

It is reported that University of Massachusetts Amherst area is dangerous; the school is reported to have a bad rating for personal safety.

Based on 67 evaluation metrics, University of Massachusetts Amherst electrical program ranks #212 Electrical School (out of 1261; top 20%) in the United States and #9 Electrical School in Massachusetts. Major competing electrical schools for this school are SUNY in Vestal and University of Rhode Island in Kingston. Check the details about all twelve competing electrical colleges as well as offered electrical majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2018:

Ranked #9 Electrical School in Massachusetts
Ranked #50 Electrical School in The Northeast
Ranked #212 Electrical School in USA

Programs rankings 2018:

State of Massachusetts Ranking

The Third Best Lineworker Training School
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The Northeast Regional Ranking

Ranked #10 Lineworker Training School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #42 Lineworker Training School
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Also, see how University of Massachusetts Amherst has been ranked among graduate schools in Massachusetts.

Contact information:

University of Massachusetts Amherst
374 Whitmore Building 181 Presidents Drive
Amherst, MA 01003
Phone: (413) 545-0111
Website: https://www.umass.edu

Location map:

University of Massachusetts Amherst Location Map

Electrical majors offered:

Less than one year certificate

Applied Economics

Local competitors:

SUNY at Binghamton - Electrical School Ranking
SUNY at Binghamton

Vestal, NY, 2 electrical programs

University of Rhode Island - Electrical School Ranking
University of Rhode Island

Kingston, RI, 3 electrical programs

University of Pennsylvania - Electrical School Ranking
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA, 2 electrical programs

Northeastern University - Electrical School Ranking
Northeastern University

Boston, MA, 1 electrical program

Rochester Institute of Technology - Electrical School Ranking
Rochester Institute of Technology

Rochester, NY, 4 electrical programs

University of Massachusetts Lowell - Electrical School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Lowell

Lowell, MA, 3 electrical programs

New York Institute of Technology - Electrical School Ranking
New York Institute of Technology

Old Westbury, NY, 1 electrical program

University of Massachusetts Boston - Electrical School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Boston

Boston, MA, 1 electrical program

Wentworth Institute of Technology - Electrical School Ranking
Wentworth Institute of Technology

Boston, MA, 2 electrical programs

Central Connecticut State University - Electrical School Ranking
Central Connecticut State University

New Britain, CT, 1 electrical program

SUNY Polytechnic Institute - Electrical School Ranking
SUNY Polytechnic Institute

Utica, NY, 1 electrical program

Farmingdale State College - Electrical School Ranking
Farmingdale State College

Farmingdale, NY, 3 electrical programs

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