The College of Health and Human Services is pleased to announce that five of the College’s graduate programs are ranked within the top 100 of their discipline, as recognized in the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate programs. Two programs, the Master of Health Administration (MHA) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), continue to rank within the top 50 in their respective disciplines. The Master of Social Work (MSW) program rose by 17 spots to number 79.
“Our graduate programs provide students with the knowledge and real-world experience to tackle public health solutions that improve health and well-being across the lifespan,” said Germaine M. Louis, PhD, MS, and Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. “The interdisciplinary nature of our curriculum ensures that our students are prepared to make an immediate impact in leadership, practice, and research and to serve their communities long after graduation.”
Based on 2023 rankings, the MSN, Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Master of Public Health, and MSW rank number 37, 52, 70, and 79 respectively. Based on the most recent U.S. News rankings data available, the MHA maintains its ranking at number 33.
At numbers 23, 38, and 45, respectively, the MSN, DNP, and MPH programs rank in the top 50 of among public institutions. The MSW ranks at number 54 among public institutions.
The College offers 13 graduate degrees and six graduate certificate programs. The College is transitioning to become a global college of public health in the near future.