Baylor graduate programs together move up in the rankings
Educators and prospective college students alike eagerly anticipate each year’s updated U.S.News and World Report rankings of universities. While universities overall and certain individual programs are ranked anew each year, more specialized programs are only re-evaluated every few years.
Last month, U.S. News‘ 2015 Graduate School rankings were released, and the major Baylor Graduate School programs analyzed in the report each moved up several spots. You can almost read the report like an athletic poll, seeing how Baylor has advanced since the last rankings:
- Baylor Law School, up three spots to No. 51 overall (out of 194);
- Hankamer School of Business, up five spots to No.65 overall (out of 453 master’s programs); and
- Baylor School of Education, also up five spots to No.92 overall (out of 356 graduate programs).
If you’re wondering where Baylor University ranks overall, look toward the top of the rankings. Baylor is considered a “Tier 1” school among universities nationally.
Sic ’em, Baylor graduate programs!