Texas A&M University has made impressive improvements in several academic areas in the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings of graduate schools, with the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, the College of Engineering, Mays Business School, the Bush School of Government and Public Service and the Texas A&M University School of Law all faring well.
The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is ranked No. 7 overall for best veterinary medicine program.
Texas A&M’s College of Science has produced two Top 10 programs – inorganic chemistry is now rated No. 5 and nuclear physics is ranked No. 7 (tied with Indiana University-Bloomington). Both are the best rankings ever for each program.
The College of Engineering maintained its No. 12 overall national ranking (tied with two others) and is now ranked No.7 among public universities.
Mays Business School is ranked No. 36 overall and its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program moved up a remarkable 21 spots to No. 39 nationally.
The Bush School of Government & Public Service was elevated in the national rankings of schools of public affairs, according to the U.S. News evaluation. The Bush School now ranks 16th among public schools listed in the survey and is No. 28 overall, with Dean Mark Welsh noting that this new ranking now places the Bush School in the top 10 percent of the 282 public and private graduate schools ranked.
The College of Education & Human Development is listed no No. 37 overall, moving up 19 places from the previous ranking.
Located in Fort Worth, the Texas A&M University School of Law moved up 12 spots and is ranked No. 80 nationally.
Visit the U.S. News & World Report website for complete listings of each academic area.
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