WASHINGTON, March 28 U.S.News & World Reporttoday announced the publication of the 2009 edition of America's Best GraduateSchools, available at http://www.usnews.com/grad and on newsstands Monday,March 31, 2008. Examining more graduate programs than ever before, this year'sedition of America's Best Graduate Schools is the most comprehensive guide tograduate schools across the country. The guide contains the exclusive rankingsof over 1,500 graduate school programs in categories such as business,education, engineering, law, and medicine. (See listings below of the top 10schools in each of these disciplines.)
The complete rankings in all disciplines will be available online athttp://www.usnews.com/grad beginning at 12:01 AM ET on Friday, March 28. ThePremium Online Edition of America's Best Graduate Schools features the mostcomprehensive set of rankings data available and is searchable based on usercriteria (including location, specialty area, and more).
"With graduate school enrollment on the rise, U.S. News's America's BestGraduate Schools provides timely information for selecting and applying to theright programs," said Brian Kelly, executive editor of U.S.News & WorldReport. "The rankings and other tools -- including our online Career Center(http://www.usnews.com/grad) -- help students with both academic andprofessional development."
This year's edition of America's Best Graduate Schools also includesarticles on the following:
For information about Best Graduate School badges, please Eemail@example.com. To request reprints of U.S. News content, Efirstname.lastname@example.org. For interview requests, please E-mail Liz Putze email@example.com.Notable highlights for 2009 include the following: -- New rankings of health programs in audiology, clinical psychology, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, social work, and speech-language pathology -- New rankings of master of public affairs and public policy and master of fine arts programs -- Updated rankings of Ph.D. programs in computer science, mathematics, and physics
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