Englewood-based college website Graduate Programs unveiled its Fall 2014 list ranking the nation’s best graduate programs, and the state’s largest university did New Jersey proud.The site’s Fall Graduate Program Rankings, at graduateprograms.com, are based on ratings and reviews of more than 1,600 graduate schools by more than 70,000 students, Graduate Programs said in a news release. Ratings are based on a 10-star system.
Rutgers University’s New Brunswick campus ranked first in two of the surveyed graduate programs:
In the Library and Information Science category, Rutgers scored a 9.59, edging out St. John’s University and its score of 9.55 for first place. Meanwhile, in the Public Policy category, it achieved a score of 9.55, well ahead of the runner-up, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, which scored an 8.50.
Among business and management schools, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was the standout, according to Graduate Programs.
North Carolina was the highest-rated “Overall Business & Management” graduate school, and also ranked as the top school for both business management and accounting.
Among MBA programs, the University of Virginia ranked as the top executive program, while UCLA rated first in the full-time MBA category and Ohio State University ranked first in the part-time MBA category.
Finally, New York University ranked first in terms of marketing.
For the full list of top-ranked programs, click here.
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