Here are the rankings for MS in Computer Science for 2014

 

RankSchool nameScore
#1 Carnegie Mellon University 

Pittsburgh, PA

5.0 
#1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Cambridge, MA

5.0 
#1 Stanford University 

Stanford, CA

5.0 
#1 University of California—​Berkeley 

Berkeley, CA

5.0 
#5 University of Illinois—​Urbana-​Champaign 

Urbana, IL

4.6 
#6 Cornell University 

Ithaca, NY

4.5 
#6 University of Washington 

Seattle, WA

4.5 
#8 Princeton University 

Princeton, NJ

4.4 
#9 Georgia Institute of Technology 

Atlanta, GA

4.3 
#9 University of Texas—​Austin 

Austin, TX

4.3 

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