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U.S. News and World Report today released its 2023 Best Graduate Schools rankings, and many Marquette programs held steady over last year’s rankings.
Several graduate programs moved up in the rankings. Highlights include the graduate program in education’s overall ranking, which broke into the top 100 at 89, up from 148 last year. In the Graduate School of Management, the MBA specialty program in finance moved up to 15 from 24 and the specialty program in supply chain management is ranked 22 after not being previously ranked.
Following is Marquette’s full list of graduate program rankings for 2023. (Figures in parentheses represent the program’s previous ranking.)
Business
Education
Engineering
Law
Nursing
Sciences and social sciences
Not all graduate programs are ranked every year by U.S. News. Some health sciences and science and humanities disciplines are ranked approximately every three years.
Visit Marquette’s Rankings and Recognition page for a complete list of U.S. News and other rankings.
Methodology information by the program is available via U.S. News’ website.
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