According to U.S. News and World Report, the University of Georgia has some of the top graduate programs in the country.
The Master’s of Public Administration program in the was number four, as it was last year.
In addition, SPIA has two highly ranked specialty programs, in public finance and budgeting as well as the specialization in public management and administration. There are ranked fifth and second, respectively.
was ranked 38th, while the Terry College of Business came in at 57th.
UGA Graduate School Dean Maureen Grasso said, “These rankings are an acknowledgement of the excellent graduate education provided by the University of Georgia. Our graduate programs, which bring together outstanding faculty and students to address the many complex issues we are facing today, are essential to realizing Georgia’s goals of economic growth and global competitiveness.”
Nationally, the School of Law was ranked among the top 13 public law schools and among the top three public schools in the Southeast.
The doctorate program in the program tied for ninth position with Michigan State and the University of Minnesota.
From the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, the master of fine arts programs was tied for the 22nd position. The graduate programs in psychology and the biological sciences program were ranked 50th and 46th, respectively.