Ranked Number One among Engineering Programs
In its 2007 edition of "America's Best Colleges'" U.S.News & World Report ranked Harvey Mudd College number one among engineering programs offering bachelor's and master's degrees. HMC was also ranked 14th among the nation's 203 liberal arts colleges. Unique in earning such dual distinctions, the college was included in the publication's lists of "Programs to Look For" and "Great Schools, Great Prices" for its undergraduate research and creative projects. Learn more...
Named One of 25 "New Ivies"
Harvey Mudd College was named one of 25 elite "New Ivies" according to the 2007 Kaplan/Newsweek "How to Get into College Guide." Along with Pomona College—also a member of the Claremont Colleges Consortium—HMC and the other "New Ivies" were featured in a segment of NBC's Today Show. Learn more...
Business and Industry Look to HMC for Recruits
HMC students are recruited by business and industry for the breadth of their knowledge, practical experience, excellent communication skills and analytical thinking abilities. Companies seek out Mudd students to be their future leaders.
HMC Students Often Work with Companies Before Graduation
Many companies identify and work with our students before they graduate through internships, summer research and Clinic projects.
HMC Faculty Consult to Industry
Harvey Mudd College faculty members in engineering and sciences consult to industry and work on technical problems with corporate and national R&D laboratories.