The influential website Money.com has ranked The University of Tulsa No. 7 in its list of Top 10 colleges for engineering majors for 2020. In addition to “overall value,” schools were evaluated according to the share of students earning engineering degrees and average salaries reported by undergraduate engineering students.
Two of the most impressive findings were that the average debt for TU graduates is only $23,250, while engineering majors from TU enjoy an early career salary of $81,400 – the third highest among the Top 10 schools.
“I am incredibly proud that our College of Engineering and Natural Sciences has received this recognition from Money.com,” said Janet K. Levit, interim president of TU. “Our dedicated faculty and staff strive to ensure that every student receives an education that equips them with the technical skills to land meaningful jobs; the well-rounded knowledge to become leaders in industry and research; and the appreciation for innovation and curiosity to continue learning throughout their lives.”
Money.com also reported that TU students benefit from the university’s robust financial aid program. According to the latest statistics, 96% of TU students who have a financial need receive assistance. This support significantly increases the accessibility of TU’s high-quality education.
From chemical engineering to mathematics, computer science to petroleum engineering, TU’s College of Engineering and Natural Sciences offers programs that lead to fulfilling, in-demand careers. Learn more.