Geological Engineering Schools in The West - 2018 Ranking

In 2018, we have evaluated 9 schools offering geological engineering majors in Alaska, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah.

Our team ranks Colorado School of Mines (Golden, CO), University of California Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA), and University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT) the top three geological engineering schools in the West.

See the best 5 geological engineering schools in the West below or narrow your search by program, state, or city in the West. You might also want to view the most recent ranking of the top engineering and physics colleges in the West.

Top 5 geological engineering schools in the West:

Colorado School of Mines - Geology School Ranking
1. Colorado School of Mines

Golden, CO, 3 geological engineering programs

University of California Los Angeles - Geology School Ranking
2. University of California Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, 1 geological engineering program

University of Utah - Geology School Ranking
3. University of Utah

Salt Lake City, UT, 3 geological engineering programs

University of Nevada Reno - Geology School Ranking
4. University of Nevada Reno

Reno, NV, 3 geological engineering programs

University of Alaska Fairbanks - Geology School Ranking
5. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Fairbanks, AK, 2 geological engineering programs

Geological & geophysical engineering schools in the West by state:

Schools by StateNo Geological Engineering Schools in Arizona1 Geological Engineering Schools in California1 Geological Engineering Schools in Colorado1 Geological Engineering Schools in Idaho1 Geological Engineering Schools in Montana1 Geological Engineering Schools in Nevada1 Geological Engineering Schools in New MexicoNo Geological Engineering Schools in Oregon1 Geological Engineering Schools in UtahNo Geological Engineering Schools in WashingtonNo Geological Engineering Schools in Wyoming

Geological engineering schools in other regions:

Northeast: 3 schools
Midwest: 10 schools
South: 2 schools

Popular geology school cities in the West:

in Alaska:
Anchorage: 2 schools
Fairbanks: 1 school
in Arizona:
Flagstaff: 1 school
Tempe: 1 school
Tucson: 1 school
in California:
Arcata: 1 school
Bakersfield: 1 school
Berkeley: 1 school
Chico: 1 school
Claremont: 5 schools
Davis: 1 school
Fresno: 1 school
Fullerton: 2 schools
Hayward: 1 school
Irvine: 2 schools
La Jolla: 2 schools
Long Beach: 1 school
Los Angeles: 4 schools
Merced: 2 schools
Northridge: 1 school
Pasadena: 1 school
Pomona: 1 school
Riverside: 1 school
Rohnert Park: 1 school
Sacramento: 3 schools
San Bernardino: 1 school
San Diego: 3 schools
San Francisco: 1 school
San Jose: 1 school
San Luis Obispo: 2 schools
Santa Barbara: 2 schools
Santa Cruz: 1 school
Stanford: 1 school
in Colorado:
Alamosa: 1 school
Boulder: 1 school
Colorado Springs: 1 school
Durango: 1 school
Fort Collins: 1 school
Golden: 1 school
Grand Junction: 1 school
Greeley: 1 school
Gunnison: 1 school
in Hawaii:
Hilo: 1 school
Honolulu: 1 school
in Idaho:
Boise: 1 school
Moscow: 1 school
Pocatello: 1 school
Rexburg: 1 school
in Montana:
Bozeman: 1 school
Butte: 1 school
Missoula: 1 school
in Nevada:
Las Vegas: 2 schools
Reno: 2 schools
in New Mexico:
Albuquerque: 1 school
Las Cruces: 1 school
Socorro: 1 school
in Oregon:
Corvallis: 1 school
Eugene: 1 school
Monmouth: 1 school
Portland: 1 school
in Utah:
Cedar City: 1 school
Logan: 1 school
Ogden: 1 school
Orem: 1 school
Provo: 1 school
Salt Lake City: 2 schools
in Washington:
Bellingham: 1 school
Cheney: 1 school
Ellensburg: 1 school
Pullman: 1 school
Seattle: 1 school
Tacoma: 2 schools
Walla Walla: 1 school
in Wyoming:
Casper: 1 school
Laramie: 1 school © 2018 · Home · Terms of Use · Methodology