Please list college that have a student body loaded with scientists and engineers.

<p>I need a student body that share the same values as me, what colleges have many students interested in math and science?</p>

<p>MIT, Caltech, harvey Mudd</p>

<p>Also, Carnegie Mellon, RIT, Georgia Tech...basically any of the tech schools.</p>

<p>WPI, Virginia tech, Texas Tech, RPI</p>

<p>Cooper Union. Olin. Rose-Hulman.</p>

<p>Obviously, tech schools have the largest percentage of such students.</p>

<p>Beyond those schools, a place like Cornell has a lot of engineering and science students. The third largest school of the 7 at Cornell is engineering. And I don't know the percentage, but in addition to the engineering studetns there are a lot of students studying science and taking pre-med classes.</p>

<p>Yes, of the Ivies, Cornell has the highest percent of engineering and science students.</p>

<p>school, total bachelors awarded 2005, bachelors awarded in science, technology, engineering, proportion of science, engineering, technology bachelors</p>

<p>Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology 368 367 1.00
Harvey Mudd College 155 148 0.95
California Institute of Technology 217 205 0.94
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 176 162 0.92
Polytechnic University 275 243 0.88
Illinois Institute of Technology 370 303 0.82
New Jersey Institute of Technology 925 745 0.81
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1173 924 0.79
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1220 926 0.76
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus 2512 1825 0.73
Oregon Institute of Technology 496 339 0.68
Florida Institute of Technology-Melbourne 461 315 0.68
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art 223 127 0.57
Rochester Institute of Technology 2131 1195 0.56
SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome 458 252 0.55
Carnegie Mellon University 1278 611 0.48
Cornell University 3474 1633 0.47
California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 3374 1579 0.47
CUNY New York City College of Technology 513 229 0.45
University of Rochester 1134 445 0.39
Columbia University in the City of New York 1705 644 0.38
Stanford University 1790 662 0.37
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 4835 1738 0.36
Princeton University 1145 378 0.33
University of Wisconsin-Madison 6316 2066 0.33
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 5880 1909 0.32
California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 3207 980 0.31
University of California-Berkeley 6767 2039 0.30
New York Institute of Technology-Manhattan Campus 296 86 0.29
University of Virginia-Main Campus 3353 848 0.25
Northwestern University 2083 519 0.25
University of Pennsylvania 2854 669 0.23
Brown University 1499 350 0.23
University of Chicago 1072 238 0.22
Dartmouth College 1109 242 0.22
Harvard University 1807 386 0.21
Yale University 1291 226 0.18</p>

<p>Clarkson University, Colorado School of Mines</p>

<p>By the way, sakky, Olin did not report any graduates in 2005 for some reason. Is it too new?</p>

By the way, sakky, Olin did not report any graduates in 2005 for some reason. Is it too new?


<p>It's first graduating class was in 2006. Also the first year the college became accredited, but not totally (Olin has candidate status with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and is also working with the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology).</p>

<p>Carnegie-Mellon is not as tech-heavy as I thought.</p>

<p>cmu has great programs other than engineering. all around v good school.</p>

<p>Carnagie Mellon surprised me too, about the same proportion as Cornell.</p>

<p>Since when do students in the same major share the same values...especially when that major is science? At any rate, here are some schools that have a large (at least one third) science student body:</p>

<p>California Institute of Technology
Carnegie Mellon University
Cornell University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Harvey Mudd College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Princeton University
Rose Hulman Institute of Technology
Stanford University
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University of Wisconsin-Madison</p>

<p>Add these:</p>

Case-Western Reserve</p>

<p>Wow! Thank you guys.</p>

<p>I should have replaced "values" with "interests." :) Thanks for pointing that out.</p>

<p>Yeah, I would guess that JHU would be in the same range (45-50%) where Cornell and CMU are. Not sure why it wasn't on that original list.</p>

<p>Mudd is an incredibly stimulating place. I'd encourage anyone who is really serious and passionate about math/science/engineering to look into Mudd and apply.</p>