Suggestions on where to apply for grad school (M.S. ChemE)

<p>I have around a 3.5 cGPA and mGPA at UT Austin in Chemical Engineering and I'm looking to get into grad school for masters program with SOME funding. I'd like a top 20 school and my GRE is around a 1280 (780 Q 500 V). I have two summers worth of internship experience and dont have any research experience. Please give me some suggestions on masters programs where I can get funding !</p>

<p>Ok well here are the grad rankings for chemical engineering (this is from 2009):
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 4.9
2 University of California–Berkeley Berkeley, CA 4.8
3 California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA 4.7
3 University of Minnesota–Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN 4.7
5 Stanford University Stanford, CA 4.5
5 University of Wisconsin–Madison Madison, WI 4.5
7 University of Texas–Austin (Cockrell) Austin, TX 4.4
8 Princeton University Princeton, NJ 4.3
9 University of California–Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA 4.2
9 University of Delaware Newark, DE 4.2
11 University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign Urbana, IL
12 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA
12 University of Michigan–Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI
14 Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA
14 Purdue University–West Lafayette West Lafayette, IN
16 Cornell University Ithaca, NY
16 Northwestern University (McCormick) Evanston, IL
18 University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA
19 University of Colorado–Boulder Boulder, CO
20 North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC</p>

<p>Honestly I don’t know of any programs that fund masters students in chemical engineering. I know that stanford doesn’t. Basically you need to go through the list, check if these schools even offer masters degrees in chemical engineering (a good number probably don’t and only offer admission into their PhD programs). </p>

<p>Also your GPA and GRE scores are on the low end. I know for sure that applying to PhDs with that GPA would be tough but I’m not quite sure how it is for masters.</p>

<p>Good luck!</p>

<p>Bump! Still looking for advice on where I should apply.</p>