Short for Connecticut, CT is a state located in United States of America. On this site, we offer detailed profile of top engineering schools in the state of Connecticut. Please follow the links below to find admissions information of each college of engineering in Connecticut or see brief enrollment information on the following table.
Connecticut is a state in the northeastern United States and part of the region of New England. Connecticut was one of the thirteen colonies that rebelled against the United Kingdom during the American Revolutionary War. The state bears the official nickname The Constitution State, which was adopted by law in 1959, and is also called the Provision State.
- Countryaah.com: Alphabetical list of all counties, boroughs, and parishes in Connecticut. Plus top counties by population based on Census data from Connecticut. Check localcollegeexplorer for 2-year and 4-year colleges and universities in Connecticut.
Engineering schools in Connecticut offer students a wide range of educational opportunities. From top-tier universities offering prestigious research programs to smaller, specialized technical colleges, students can choose from a variety of schools to pursue their engineering degrees.
At the University of Connecticut, the School of Engineering offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a variety of disciplines, including civil engineering, mechanical engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering and bioengineering. UConn also has an extensive research program where students can work with faculty on projects that span all types of disciplines.
At Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science offers undergraduate degree programs in civil, electrical and mechanical engineering as well as graduate degrees in systems engineering and technology management. CCSU also has an excellent reputation for offering a hands-on learning experience with its laboratories and internships.
The University of New Haven has a College of Engineering that offers undergraduate programs in civil engineering, computer science & information systems, electrical & computer engineering, mechanical & industrial engineering, software engineering and systems & technology management. The university also has an active research program with partnerships with organizations such as NASA and the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Other notable institutions include the University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business which offers an MBA program with concentrations in both business operations/engineering management and technology/engineering management; Quinnipiac University’s School of Engineering which offers undergraduate degrees in biomedical science/engineering; Fairfield University’s College of Engineering which specializes in electrical & computer engineering; Rensselaer at Hartford which provides master’s programs focused on topics such as energy systems; Sacred Heart University’s Jack Welch College which focuses on business analytics; Yale’s School Of Engineering And Applied Science which is renowned for its cutting-edge research facilities; Western Connecticut State University’s Ancell School Of Business which offers both MBA programs with concentrations such as accounting/finance/information systems/data analytics or manufacturing operations/supply chain management; Trinity College’s Department Of Computer Science And Engineering which emphasizes coursework related to network security; Southern Connecticut State University’s Department Of Computer Information Systems And Cyber Security which focuses on data security technologies; Eastern Connecticut State University’s Department Of Technology And Applied Sciences whose main focus is on applied sciences such as robotics or 3D printing; Albertus Magnus College’s Division Of Science And Mathematics that provides courses related to physics or chemistry among others.
University of Bridgeport School of Engineering
|2022-2023 Enrollment||221 University Ave, Bridgeport, CT 06604|
|Total graduate engineering enrollment||1,479|
|Master’s degree full-time||885|
|Master’s degree part-time||577|
|Total number of master’s graduates||302|
|Percent international master’s graduates||98.7%|
|Percent minority master’s graduates||1.3%|
|Percent female master’s graduates||14.9%|
|Total number of Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Percent international Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Percent minority Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Percent female Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Programs/courses offered||computer engineering, computer science, electrical, engineering management, mechanical, other|
University of Connecticut School of Engineering
|2022-2023 Enrollment||Storrs, CT 06269|
|Total graduate engineering enrollment||550|
|Master’s degree full-time||136|
|Master’s degree part-time||105|
|Total number of master’s graduates||77|
|Percent international master’s graduates||32.5%|
|Percent minority master’s graduates||14.3%|
|Percent female master’s graduates||23.4%|
|Total number of Ph.D. graduates||51|
|Percent international Ph.D. graduates||68.6%|
|Percent minority Ph.D. graduates||5.9%|
|Percent female Ph.D. graduates||11.8%|
|Programs/courses offered||biomedical, chemical, civil, computer science, electrical, environmental, materials, mechanical, other|
Yale University School of Engineering & Applied Science
|2022-2023 Enrollment||17 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven, CT 06511|
|Total graduate engineering enrollment||188|
|Master’s degree full-time||11|
|Master’s degree part-time||5|
|Total number of master’s graduates||67|
|Percent international master’s graduates||47.8%|
|Percent minority master’s graduates||10.4%|
|Percent female master’s graduates||38.8%|
|Total number of Ph.D. graduates||30|
|Percent international Ph.D. graduates||70.0%|
|Percent minority Ph.D. graduates||6.7%|
|Percent female Ph.D. graduates||36.7%|
|Programs/courses offered||biomedical, chemical, electrical, environmental, mechanical, other|