By Amy Laskos and Mary WisemanPosted May 01, 2020 09:24:25The top computer school rankings for 2016 were revealed Monday by NBC News, and they include a few surprises.
The University of Illinois is the only school that made the list, ranking No. 1 among the nation’s top 25 schools.
It’s the only top-ranked school in the country for the fourth consecutive year.
It is the first time in more than a decade that a school has been named in the top 10 for four consecutive years.
The rankings are based on data from more than 50 institutions and more than 1,000 students.
The ranking includes data from over 5,300 students from more of the nation, including the top 50 U.S. colleges, universities and private colleges.
In fact, more than half of all the students who participated in the ranking survey participated in at least one survey, meaning that the sample size of the data was large enough to yield meaningful rankings.
Here are the top five computer schools ranked:The University at Buffalo ranked No. 2, followed by Stanford University, which is No. 3.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which was No. 4 in 2016, moved up a spot to No. 6.
The University of California, Berkeley, was No: 9, and the University of Chicago, No. 10.
There were four other schools on the list.
The Carnegie Mellon University, the University at Cincinnati, the Virginia Tech University and the Texas A&M University are in the No. 12 slot.
The New York University, Princeton University, The University at South Carolina, and University of Washington all moved up one spot to Nos.
13 and 14.
The Carnegie Mellon and Texas A & M rankings came in at Nos.
21 and 22.
The Washington University in St. Louis, which came in No. 23, was the only university to miss the cut, as it was ranked No 1 among schools for the sixth consecutive year and No. 17 for the second time in a row.
The university is one of several institutions that have been ranked among the top 25 in each of the past four years.
In fact, only one school in history has been ranked in the Top 25 for four straight years: the University Of Minnesota in 2015.
In 2016, the school was ranked first among schools.
The number of students participating in the survey was very small, as fewer than 500 students took part in the rankings.
The students were not asked how many credits they had taken or what the number of credits they earned.
They were asked to rate their school on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the best and 1 being the worst.
The top school in each category was chosen by a panel of experts including two former presidents of the American Council on Education, a prominent education policy expert and a former federal judge.
The full rankings are available here.