24 UCF Graduate Programs Ranked Top 100 in US News, Princeton Review

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UCF’s video game graduate school, the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy, ranked second in North America as reported by the Princeton Review. Twenty-three other UCF graduate programs came in the top 100 in their fields in the United States in the US News and World Report and Princeton Review rankings. The Counselor Education program jumped up two spots, now claiming 7th in the U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2015. UCF’s Special Education program also came in the Top 20 at number 12. UCF’s College of Optics and Photonics ranked 14th in its field and the Nonprofit Management program in the College of Health and Public Affairs ranked 25th.  Follow the link to check out UCF Today’s coverage of all of the university’s programs that made these lists.

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