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Which HBCU Engineering schools are the best?

Alright guys, I’m researching HBCU Engineering programs on the rise. It's a little overwhelming, so can anyone here help narrow down the list with some firsthand knowledge of the best programs?

7 months ago

Absolutely, it's exciting to explore what HBCUs have to offer in the Engineering field! Several institutions stand out for their strong programs.

North Carolina A&T State University, for example, has a well-regarded College of Engineering with an array of ABET-accredited programs and robust research opportunities. Another excellent choice is Howard University, known for fostering a supportive environment filled with rich heritage and pushing forward in various engineering disciplines.

Then there’s Tuskegee University, which has historical significance with a solid engineering curriculum. Florida A&M University's partnership with Florida State University for the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is also worth considering as it blends resources and expertise from both institutions.

Remember, the best program will also align with your personal goals, so consider factors such as the specific engineering discipline you're interested in, internship possibilities, and networking opportunities for post-graduation careers. It's a good idea to connect with current students and alumni or attend virtual open houses if possible, to get a sense of the community and resources available. Good luck with your search!

7 months ago

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