The “US News & World Report” grad school ranking for 2015 is out. So which universities moved up or down in the graduate school rankings, you ask? Well, in business, Penn’s Wharton moved up from third place to a tie for first with Harvard and Stanford. The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business moved up to the fourth slot. MIT’s Sloan School of Management ranked fourth last year but fell to fifth this year, with Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management placing sixth. For students seeking part-time MBAs because they work during the days, Cal’s Haas School of Business placed first, followed by the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business in second and Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management in third. UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and NYU’s Stern School of Business placed fourth.
Among law schools, Yale University placed first while Harvard University placed second. Stanford University placed third. And how about medicine? Harvard University claimed the top slot for medical schools, while Stanford University placed second. For those seeking graduate degrees in engineering, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology claimed the top slot, followed by Stanford University and the University of California – Berkeley. For those seeking graduate degrees in the field of education, Johns Hopkins earned the top slot, followed by Vanderbilt University. The two flip-flopped this year in the rankings.
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