Geological Engineering Schools in The Midwest - 2018 Ranking

In 2018, we rated 10 schools offering geological engineering majors in Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. team ranks University of Wisconsin Madison (Madison, WI), Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla, MO), and University of Michigan Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor, MI) the top three geological engineering schools in the Midwest.

See the best 5 geological engineering schools in the Midwest below or narrow your search by program, state, or city in the Midwest. You might also want to look at our ranking of the top engineering and physics schools and colleges in the Midwest.

Top 5 geological engineering schools in the Midwest:

University of Wisconsin Madison - Geology School Ranking
1. University of Wisconsin Madison

Madison, WI, 4 geological engineering programs

Missouri University of Science and Technology - Geology School Ranking
2. Missouri University of Science and Technology

Rolla, MO, 5 geological engineering programs

University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Geology School Ranking
3. University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI, 1 geological engineering program

University of Minnesota Twin Cities - Geology School Ranking
4. University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Minneapolis, MN, 3 geological engineering programs

Michigan Technological University - Geology School Ranking
5. Michigan Technological University

Houghton, MI, 4 geological engineering programs

Geological & geophysical engineering schools in the Midwest by state:

Schools by State1 Geological Engineering Schools in IllinoisNo Geological Engineering Schools in IndianaNo Geological Engineering Schools in Iowa1 Geological Engineering Schools in Kansas2 Geological Engineering Schools in Michigan1 Geological Engineering Schools in Minnesota1 Geological Engineering Schools in MissouriNo Geological Engineering Schools in Nebraska1 Geological Engineering Schools in North Dakota1 Geological Engineering Schools in Ohio1 Geological Engineering Schools in South Dakota1 Geological Engineering Schools in Wisconsin

Geological engineering schools in other regions:

Northeast: 3 schools
South: 2 schools
West: 9 schools

Popular geology school cities in the Midwest:

in Illinois:
Carbondale: 1 school
Champaign: 1 school
Chicago: 4 schools
Dekalb: 1 school
Evanston: 1 school
Macomb: 1 school
Normal: 1 school
Rock Island: 1 school
Wheaton: 1 school
in Indiana:
Bloomington: 1 school
Hanover: 1 school
Indianapolis: 2 schools
Muncie: 1 school
Terre Haute: 1 school
West Lafayette: 1 school
in Iowa:
Ames: 1 school
Cedar Falls: 1 school
Iowa City: 1 school
in Kansas:
Emporia: 1 school
Lawrence: 1 school
Manhattan: 1 school
Wichita: 1 school
in Michigan:
Allendale: 1 school
Ann Arbor: 1 school
Detroit: 1 school
East Lansing: 1 school
Grand Rapids: 2 schools
Holland: 1 school
Houghton: 1 school
Kalamazoo: 1 school
Marquette: 1 school
Mount Pleasant: 1 school
in Minnesota:
Duluth: 1 school
Minneapolis: 1 school
Morris: 1 school
Northfield: 1 school
Saint Paul: 2 schools
Saint Peter: 1 school
Winona: 1 school
in Missouri:
Columbia: 1 school
Kansas City: 1 school
Maryville: 1 school
Rolla: 1 school
Saint Louis: 2 schools
Springfield: 1 school
in Nebraska:
Lincoln: 1 school
in North Dakota:
Fargo: 1 school
Grand Forks: 1 school
Minot: 1 school
in Ohio:
Akron: 1 school
Athens: 1 school
Bowling Green: 1 school
Cedarville: 1 school
Cincinnati: 1 school
Cleveland: 2 schools
Columbus: 1 school
Dayton: 3 schools
Granville: 1 school
Kent: 1 school
Marietta: 1 school
Oberlin: 1 school
Oxford: 1 school
Springfield: 1 school
Toledo: 1 school
Wooster: 1 school
Youngstown: 1 school
in South Dakota:
Rapid City: 1 school
in Wisconsin:
Beloit: 1 school
Eau Claire: 1 school
Kenosha: 1 school
Madison: 1 school
Milwaukee: 1 school
Oshkosh: 1 school
River Falls: 1 school
Stevens Point: 1 school © 2018 · Home · Terms of Use · Methodology