Research also rises in U.S.News rankings

by Chuck Brown, UNMC public relations | March 14, 2012

UNMC's research enterprise rose four spots to tie for No. 62 in the latest U.S.News & World Report rankings of the top graduate schools.

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UNMC's research enterprise tied for No. 62 to rise once again in the latest U.S.News & World Report rankings of top graduate schools.
Research joins primary care, which rose to No. 6, and rural health, which rose to No. 12, as UNMC programs that have ascended for two consecutive years in the rankings.

All three rankings -- research, primary care and rural health -- were based on a survey of 149 U.S. medical schools.

Other programs ranked

Other programs that were newly ranked this year were:

  • The College of Pharmacy, which ranked 32nd out of 125 U.S. schools of pharmacy; and
  • The School of Allied Health Professions' physical therapy program, which ranked 34th out of 201 U.S. PT programs.

Tuesday's story

Read a story from Tuesday's UNMC Today for more about the U.S.News & World Report rankings.

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