Eleven UCLA graduate and professional programs are among the nation’s top 10 in their fields, according to a much-watched U.S. News and World Report survey. Another 16 UCLA programs are included in the top 25.
UCLA’s impressive showing in the rankings, which were published online today, reflects the campus’s broad academic excellence and reinforces its reputation as one of the country’s finest institutions of higher learning.
The newly released graduate program rankings will be a part of the Best Graduate Schools 2016 guidebook, which will be available April 7. They are based on experts’ opinions and on statistics measuring the quality of the schools’ faculty, research and students. The publication surveys more than 13,700 administrators at more than 1,900 programs.
This following list includes the most recent U.S. News rankings for various UCLA graduate programs, some of which are not reviewed annually:
UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies: No. 13 among education schools and No. 14 among library and information studies programs
UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science: No. 14 among engineering schools and No. 13 among computer science programs
Graduate programs housed in the UCLA College also fared well, including:
U.S. News’ most recent Best Colleges rankings placed UCLA second among public universities in the nation and 23rd overall. UCLA consistently performs well in a variety of rankings based on a wide range of criteria.