University of Houston - Construction Ranking 2018

University of HoustonRanked
38
in the USA
University of Houston is a very large public college offering a number of disciplines along with the construction major and located in Houston, Texas. This school is operating since 1927 and is presently offering bachelor's degrees in Construction Engineering Technology.

University of Houston is somewhat expensive: depending on the program, tuition cost is about $22,000 per year. If you seek a cheaper alternative, check Affordable Colleges in Texas listing.

Recent data analysis showed that University of Houston area is relatively dangerous; the school is reported to have a poor rating for on-campus crime.

Based on 68 evaluation criteria, University of Houston construction program ranks In Top 50 Construction Schools in the United States and The Second Best Construction School in Texas. Major competitors for this college are Texas A & M University College Station and Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College in Baton Rouge. Check the details about all twelve competitors as well as list of available construction majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2018:

The Second Best Construction School in Texas
Ranked #11 Construction School in The South
Ranked #38 Construction School in USA

Programs rankings 2018:

State of Texas Ranking

The Second Best Construction Engineering School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #7 Construction Engineering School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #19 Construction Engineering School
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You may be interested in other ways to get accepted at University of Houston:
Architecture Programs - ranked top 10% in USA
Engineering Programs - ranked top 10% in USA
Interior Design Programs - ranked top 25% in USA
Management Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Also, see how University of Houston is ranked among graduate schools in Texas.

Contact information:

University of Houston
212 E. Cullen Building
Houston, TX 77204-2018
Phone: (713) 743-1000
Website: https://www.uh.edu

Location map:

University of Houston Location Map

Construction majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Construction Engineering Technology

Local competitors:

Texas A & M University College Station - Construction School Ranking
Texas A & M University College Station

College Station, TX, 1 construction program

Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - Construction School Ranking
Texas State University - Construction School Ranking
Texas State University

San Marcos, TX, 1 construction program

Louisiana Tech University - Construction School Ranking
Louisiana Tech University

Ruston, LA, 1 construction program

University of North Texas - Construction School Ranking
University of North Texas

Denton, TX, 1 construction program

The University of Texas at Arlington - Construction School Ranking
The University of Texas

Arlington, TX, 1 construction program

The University of Texas at San Antonio - Construction School Ranking
The University of Texas

San Antonio, TX, 3 construction programs

Sam Houston State University - Construction School Ranking
Sam Houston State University

Huntsville, TX, 1 construction program

Texas A & M University Commerce - Construction School Ranking
Texas A & M University Commerce

Commerce, TX, 1 construction program

Tarleton State University - Construction School Ranking
Tarleton State University

Stephenville, TX, 1 construction program

University of Louisiana at Monroe - Construction School Ranking
University of Louisiana

Monroe, LA, 1 construction program

The University of Texas at Tyler - Construction School Ranking
The University of Texas

Tyler, TX, 1 construction program

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