Rankings


Colorado School of Mines appears at No. 17 on U.S. News & World Report's latest Best Online Programs ranking of master's in engineering management programs.
Colorado School of Mines is the No. 24 public university in the nation, according to the latest rankings from Niche. The college ranking site based its analysis on academic, admissions, financial and
At Mines, bachelor’s degree recipients reported a median salary of $79,300 during the first five years after graduation and $148,700 after 10 or more years of work experience, according to PayScale's 2021 College Salary Report.
Mines was also recognized for its support of student veterans, innovation, undergraduate computer science program and undergraduate teaching in the annual rankings.
Dataquest Magazine has named Colorado School of Mines one of the top five universities worldwide for robotics research. Also on the list of “engineering courses and colleges that are changing the
The Mining Engineering Department at Mines was ranked No. 1 in the 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject, released in May for 51 different academic disciplines and fields.
Colorado School of Mines ranked No. 6 for Petroleum Engineering in the latest graduate school rankings from U.S News & World Report. The university's nuclear, materials and environmental engineering
The rankings were built on the findings from Niche, which looks at cost of tuition, acceptance rate, quality of professors, diversity, and the median earnings for alumni six years after graduation.
The rankings were based on Money’s 2020 Best Colleges list, with an emphasis on those schools that were “particularly good values” with strong early-career earnings for graduates.
Colorado School of Mines sits at No. 12 in a new ranking of the Top 25 U.S. Universities based on the reviews of those best suited to evaluate a college or university’s quality—its alumni.