University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Construction Ranking 2017

University of Michigan Ann ArborRanked
23
in the USA
University of Michigan Ann Arbor is a very large public college offering many disciplines along with construction majors and located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This college was opened in 1817 and is presently offering master's degrees in 2 construction programs.

University of Michigan Ann Arbor is extremely expensive: depending on the program, tuition varies around $49,000 a year. Recent data analysis showed that University of Michigan Ann Arbor area is dangerous - the school is reported to have a bad rating for campus security.

University of Michigan Ann Arbor construction program ranks in Top 25 in the United States and The Second Best in Michigan. Major competitors for this college are Michigan State University in East Lansing and Ferris State University in Big Rapids. See the details about all twelve competing construction schools as well as offered construction majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Second Best Construction School in Michigan
The Third Best Construction School in The Midwest
Ranked #23 Construction School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Michigan Ranking

The Best Construction Technology School
The Second Best Construction Engineering School
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The Midwest Regional Ranking

The Best Construction Technology School
Ranked #5 Construction Engineering School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #11 Construction Technology School
Ranked #12 Construction Engineering School
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You might be interested in alternative ways to enroll University of Michigan Ann Arbor:
Architecture Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Engineering Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Management Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Also, check how University of Michigan Ann Arbor is ranked among graduate schools in Michigan.

Contact information:

University of Michigan Ann Arbor
503 Thompson Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: (734) 764-1817

Location map:

University of Michigan Ann Arbor Location Map

Construction majors offered:

Master's degree

Architectural and Building Sciences and Technology
Construction Engineering

Local competitors:

Michigan State University - Construction School Ranking
Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI, 3 construction programs

Ferris State University - Construction School Ranking
Ferris State University

Big Rapids, MI, 4 construction programs

Eastern Michigan University - Construction School Ranking
Eastern Michigan University

Ypsilanti, MI, 3 construction programs

Lawrence Technological University - Construction School Ranking
Lawrence Technological University

Southfield, MI, 4 construction programs

University of Toledo - Construction School Ranking
University of Toledo

Toledo, OH, 2 construction programs

Central Michigan University - Construction School Ranking
Central Michigan University

Mount Pleasant, MI, 1 construction program

University of Akron - Construction School Ranking
University of Akron

Akron, OH, 4 construction programs

Bowling Green State University - Construction School Ranking
Bowling Green State University

Bowling Green, OH, 3 construction programs

Ball State University - Construction School Ranking
Ball State University

Muncie, IN, 2 construction programs

Ohio Northern University - Construction School Ranking
Ohio Northern University

Ada, OH, 2 construction programs

Wayne State University - Construction School Ranking
Wayne State University

Detroit, MI, 2 construction programs

Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne - Construction School Ranking
Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, IN, 1 construction program

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