How to become an expert in any subject and still be a beginner at the other end of the spectrum?
For the BSc (Bachelor of Science) students, this is where it gets tricky.
This year, we are taking a look at the top 20 BSc courses that offer an alternative to traditional BSc degrees and a chance to learn how to become a better and more experienced teacher.
BSc Course Rankings by Year: 1.
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has put together the rankings of top universities in the world for their BSc programme.
The list is an amalgamation of the top 50 U.S. universities for the past ten years.
Here’s what the list says: Universities ranking (U.S.)
Rank #1 University of Virginia University of Richmond (Richmond, VA) #2 University of Wisconsin-Madison (Madison, WI) #3 The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill University (Charlotte, NC) #4 Stanford University (Stanford, CA) #5 Duke University (Durham, NC).
#6 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Urbana, IL) #7 Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) #8 University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX) #9 Texas A&M University (College Station, TX).
#10 University of California-Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA).
(Note: this list is based on an updated version of the NCERT BSc rankings which were last updated in September 2018.)
#11 University of New Mexico (Santa Fe, NM) #12 Indiana University (Indianapolis, IN) #13 University of Chicago-Urbanaski School of Medicine (Urbane, IL).
#14 University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) #15 University of Missouri-Kansas City (Kansas City, MO) #16 University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) #17 University of Washington (Seattle, WA) #18 University of British Columbia (Victoria, BC) #19 University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN) #20 University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA).
The National Council for Educational Research & Training (NCETR) is the US government’s research arm that monitors the best schools for students in all fields of education.
The rankings are published every three years.
For this year, the NCETR has put out a new edition of its list, with the most recent rankings coming in at #7.
That means that the universities in this year’s top 10 have all been in the top 10 since the publication of the original edition in 2015.
Here are the rankings for the top universities for each year: U. of Virginia, #1.
Stanford University, #3.
University of Wisconsin, #4.
Indiana University, #5.
UC Berkeley, #7 .
University of New Hampshire, #8.
Arizona State University, #9.
Penn State University #10.
North Carolina, #12.
Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge, #13.
Columbia University, #14.
Oregon State University.
The University of Maryland, #16.
Iowa State University – Ames, #18.
Georgia State University , #19.
Virginia Tech University, #20.
Idaho State University