Bramson ORT College - Computer Ranking 2017

Bramson ORT CollegeRanked
1,777
in the USA
Bramson ORT College is a very small not-for-profit college with a focus on computer majors and located in Forest Hills, New York. This college is operating since 1977 and is currently offering certificates and associate's degrees in 3 computer programs.

Bramson ORT College is affordable; depending on the program, tuition price is about $12,000 a year. Recent data analysis showed that Bramson ORT College area is safe - the school is reported to have an excellent rating for campus security.

Bramson ORT College computer program ranks #1,777 (out of 3294; top 55%) in the United States and #118 in New York. Major competing computer colleges for this college are New York University in New York City and Northeastern University in Boston. See the details about all twelve competitors and list of available computer majors and minors below.


Computer programs ratings 2016-2017:

Overall rating:

Curriculum rating:

Teaching rating:

Safety rating:

Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #118 Computer School in New York
Ranked #383 Computer School in The Northeast
Ranked #1,777 Computer School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of New York Ranking

Ranked #11 Database Administration School
View State of New York Ranking

The Northeast Regional Ranking

Ranked #16 Database Administration School
Ranked #52 Computer Programming School
View The Northeast Regional Ranking

USA National Ranking

Ranked #119 Database Administration School
View USA National Ranking

More program rankings:

You might be interested in alternative options to get accepted at Bramson ORT College:
Engineering Programs - ranked top 60% in USA

Contact information:

Bramson ORT College
69-30 Austin St
Forest Hills, NY 11375-4239
Phone: (718) 261-5800
Website: bramsonort.edu

Location map:

Bramson ORT College Location Map

Computer majors offered:

Less than one year certificate

General Computer Programming

One but less than two years certificate

Data Processing and Data Processing Technology
Game and Interactive Media Design
General Computer Programming

Associate's degree

Data Processing and Data Processing Technology
Game and Interactive Media Design
General Computer Programming

Minors offered:

Associate's degree

Data Processing and Data Processing Technology
Game and Interactive Media Design
General Computer Programming

Local competitors:

New York University - Computer School Ranking
New York University

New York City, NY, 25 computer programs

Northeastern University - Computer School Ranking
Northeastern University

Boston, MA, 19 computer programs

Boston University - Computer School Ranking
Boston University

Boston, MA, 22 computer programs

Stevens Institute of Technology - Computer School Ranking
Stevens Institute of Technology

Hoboken, NJ, 23 computer programs

New Jersey Institute of Technology - Computer School Ranking
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Newark, NJ, 19 computer programs

Columbia University in The City of New York - Computer School Ranking
Columbia University in the City of New York

New York City, NY, 13 computer programs

University of Maryland Baltimore County - Computer School Ranking
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Baltimore, MD, 15 computer programs

University of Pennsylvania - Computer School Ranking
University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA, 15 computer programs

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Computer School Ranking
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Cambridge, MA, 7 computer programs

University of Massachusetts Lowell - Computer School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Lowell

Lowell, MA, 17 computer programs

Johns Hopkins University - Computer School Ranking
Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD, 15 computer programs

Drexel University - Computer School Ranking
Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA, 18 computer programs

Jump to:

All Computer Schools
Northeast Computer Schools
New York Computer Schools
Forest Hills Computer Schools
Computer-Science-Schools.com © 2017 · Home · Terms of Use · Methodology