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2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

There are about 50,344 students enrolled in Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies in the USA.

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popularity

Above Average

Compared to national avg.

Diplomas received last year

9,995

Vs. National Avg.

-37%

popularity Rank

#94

cost

Very Affordable

Compared to national avg.

Median degree cost

$11K

Vs. National Avg.

-55%

cost Rank

#398

salary

Low Paying

Compared to national avg.

Average Salary Two Years Out of School

$32K

Vs. National Avg.

-20%

salary Rank

#396

professors

Not Very Good

Compared to national avg.

Professor Rating

C-

Vs. National Avg.

-13%

professors Rank

#380

students

Not Very Diverse

Compared to national avg.

Diversity Rating

C+

Vs. National Avg.

-10%

students Rank

#392

SUMMARY

Choosing to study Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies is a valuable choice and generally a necessary first step for undergrads choosing to enter a career as an instrumentation & control engineer, an electro-mechanical engineer, or an instrumentation engineer. Interestingly, electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is a ​unique degree coming in at the 274th most popular degree. In the last year, there were 530 electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies graduates. In-state tuition for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies at private schools is, on average, 4.5 times more expensive than their public fellows.

With only 47 schools having programs for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies there could be a more finite list of the institutions which will have a degree program for you. If you're looking to immerse yourself with other electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies undergrads, consider looking at schools in Virginia which have the most undergrads admitted to electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies annually. Zooming out, the best region to study electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is in the Mid East region with Rochester Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Altoona, and Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Berks best representing the region. Interestingly, our selection for the top conference to major in electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference with Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Altoona representing the conference. From our comprehensive list of the best colleges, our choice for the best university for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is Rochester Institute of Technology.

The best school might not actually be the best school for every student. There might be lots more perspectives to consider when choosing college. Features such as campus amenities, transportation services, and food might definitely affect your inclinations on which college to attend. Here at authority.org, we evaluated the pros and cons for you. If, as an example, you are interested in which electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies college has the best campus, the winner is Rochester Institute of Technology. If, for example, you are mostly interested in which university is home to the best campus, then we have a whole list dedicated to that. We have carefully pored through professor reviews, student reviews, government databases, and more so we can compare all U.S. majors in an unbiased and informative way. Here you can explore our comprehensive list for the schools with the best student life&nbspand, from that list, our selection for the college with the best student life for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is Rochester Institute of Technology. Are you curious why? Keep scrolling to learn more about our top recommendations. Many of our picks might surprise you.

If price is a primary influence in your decisions, you might consider avoiding Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester Institute of Technology&nbspappears to be the most expensive university for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies, at least for out of state enrollment. That being said, we have a page for the most expensive&nbspcolleges that could put the expense at Rochester Institute of Technology&nbspinto perspective. Additionally, you could want to know that electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is the 341st most expensive major in America, with an average associated cost of $20,000. To zoom out a little, the most expensive state for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies in the country is Connecticut with costs at the primary two institutions Central Connecticut State University and University of Hartford of $17,726 and $39,220 respectively. Even more broadly, the most costly region of the country for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is the New England region which is best demonstrated with Central Connecticut State University with a cost of $17,726, University of Hartford with a cost of $39,220, and Vermont Technical College with a cost of $27,336.

Our cheapest region for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is the Far West region which is represented by Bakersfield College with a cost of $7,700 and Solano Community College with a cost of $6,528. On the bright side, the most affordable school for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is Solano Community College. Authority.org's full list of the most affordable schools can be explored here.

In-state students can expect to pay around $9,800 for a degree in electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies. The cost balloons intensely to an average of $19,800 for the out-of-state public-school student. As such, you might be interested in our pick for the college representing the best value for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies: Rochester Institute of Technology. On this page you will find our comprehensive list about the universities we believe to be the best value&nbspoverall. Do know, this idea is predicated on the assumption that you are an out-of-state student. The value proposition changes when in-state tuition is considered, but as we do not know what state(s) you might qualify for in-state tuition, we are approaching this discussion through out-of-state tuition costs.

Earnings for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies majors differ a lot, but within two-years of leaving college graduates will typically make around $60,300. While there is much variation in earnings potential; top earners can bring in up to $92,300. Even right out of university, the minimum earning positions within the electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies field make $38,900, which could be worse. The top earning grads for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies come from Rochester Institute of Technology&nbspand if you want to find the colleges with all of the highest earning graduates, we have that too.

The all-around diversity of electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is decent, ranking in the 66th percentile of all majors. The college with the highest composite diversity for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is DeVry University-Illinois&nbspand here you can find our general list of the schools which have the most diversity. The financial diversity of the Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies major sits only within the 59th percentile compared to all other majors. Racial diversity is actually greater, ranking in the 80th percentile. White undergraduates make up the largest proportion at 52% of students majoring in electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies. Additionally, 85% of undergraduates seeking an electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies major are men.

The median ranking of electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies professors is 4.1 stars, a ranking which is 2% greater than the average for all majors; which is a good score. If you are curious about the most popular electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies instructor nationally, consider looking up Nathan Whalen from University of Oregon. It might be shocking, but the best ranked electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies professors from student rankings are at University of Oregon. As we consider information beyond simply rankings we find that the school possessing the best professors for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is Rochester Institute of Technology. You will find an explanation of our evolving ranking methodology for the best overall professors here, along with many of the top examples of instructors nationwide.

Finally, the hardest university to get into for electromechanical instrumentation and maintenance technologies is Purdue University Northwest. While we do not necessarily see the value in it, we do have a general list for the hardest colleges to get into. That being said, we do hope you understand that considering university with a perspective only shaped by superlatives might create problems. We hope you explore our other pages on different universities and peruse a few of our helpful background pages on essential things to look for as your university search continues.

Top 25 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

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A+

Rating

#1 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Northwestern University

Evanston, IL | www.northwestern.edu/

9%

Acceptance

25,870

Students

#12

Ranking

$59K

Tuition

A+

Rating

#2 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Texas A & M University-College Station

College Station, TX | https://www.tamu.edu/

63%

Acceptance

73,308

Students

#123

Ranking

$39K

Tuition

A+

Rating

#3 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Stevens Institute of Technology

Hoboken, NJ | www.stevens.edu/

53%

Acceptance

8,158

Students

#66

Ranking

$56K

Tuition

D−

Rating

#4 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Foothill College

Los Altos Hills, CA | https://foothill.edu/

0%

Acceptance

29,967

Students

#2170

Ranking

$10K

Tuition

C−

Rating

#5 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College

Shell Lake, WI | https://www.witc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

5,668

Students

#1608

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

D

Rating

#6 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Fox Valley Technical College

Appleton, WI | https://www.fvtc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

18,341

Students

#1872

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

D

Rating

#7 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Moraine Park Technical College

Fond du Lac, WI | www.morainepark.edu/

0%

Acceptance

6,875

Students

#1948

Ranking

$6K

Tuition

D

Rating

#8 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Southeast Technical College

Sioux Falls, SD | www.southeasttech.edu/

0%

Acceptance

2,956

Students

#1921

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

F

Rating

#9 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Craven Community College

New Bern, NC | www.cravencc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

4,238

Students

#3459

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

C+

Rating

#10 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Ohio University-Main Campus

Athens, OH | https://www.ohio.edu/

87%

Acceptance

31,679

Students

#1217

Ranking

$22K

Tuition

B−

Rating

#11 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Louisiana Tech University

Ruston, LA | https://www.latech.edu/

64%

Acceptance

12,768

Students

#971

Ranking

$17K

Tuition

D

Rating

#12 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Bellingham Technical College

Bellingham, WA | https://www.btc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

3,206

Students

#1874

Ranking

$5K

Tuition

B−

Rating

#13 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Lake Area Technical College

Watertown, SD | www.lakeareatech.edu/

0%

Acceptance

2,615

Students

#1076

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

C−

Rating

#14 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Lakeshore Technical College

Cleveland, WI | www.gotoltc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

4,624

Students

#1527

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

B

Rating

#15 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Mitchell Technical College

Mitchell, SD | https://www.mitchelltech.edu/

0%

Acceptance

1,381

Students

#861

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

F

Rating

#16 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

North Florida College

Madison, FL | https://www.nfc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

1,739

Students

#2609

Ranking

$11K

Tuition

D−

Rating

#17 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Western Technical College

La Crosse, WI | https://www.westerntc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

5,858

Students

#2158

Ranking

$7K

Tuition

F

Rating

#18 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

City College of San Francisco

San Francisco, CA | www.ccsf.edu/

0%

Acceptance

35,153

Students

#2832

Ranking

$8K

Tuition

A

Rating

#19 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rochester, NY | www.rit.edu/

74%

Acceptance

18,231

Students

#188

Ranking

$51K

Tuition

A−

Rating

#20 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Rolla, MO | https://www.mst.edu/

81%

Acceptance

8,618

Students

#402

Ranking

$28K

Tuition

B−

Rating

#21 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Wayne State University

Detroit, MI | www.wayne.edu/

69%

Acceptance

30,841

Students

#974

Ranking

$29K

Tuition

F

Rating

#22 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Brazosport College

Lake Jackson, TX | www.brazosport.edu/

0%

Acceptance

5,805

Students

#2616

Ranking

$5K

Tuition

F

Rating

#23 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Western Iowa Tech Community College

Sioux City, IA | https://www.witcc.edu/

0%

Acceptance

7,742

Students

#2669

Ranking

$5K

Tuition

C

Rating

#24 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

Alexandria Technical & Community College

Alexandria, MN | www.alextech.edu/

0%

Acceptance

3,678

Students

#1396

Ranking

$6K

Tuition

F

Rating

#25 2023 Best Colleges for Electromechanical Instrumentation and Maintenance Technologies

College of San Mateo

San Mateo, CA | www.collegeofsanmateo.edu/

0%

Acceptance

12,649

Students

#2370

Ranking

$9K

Tuition

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