UCF Graduate Programs Rank Among the Best in the Nation
The University of Central Florida is one of more than 800 institutions with graduate schools surveyed by U.S. News on an annual basis. The first ranking listed encompasses all universities. The second, denoted in parentheses, is their ranking among only public universities.
#2 in Homeland Security and Emergency Management
#9 in Nonprofit Management (No. 6)
#12 in Atomic/Molecular/Optical – Physics
#17 in Local Government Management (No. 14)
#20 in Public Finance and Budgeting (No. 16)
#22 in Criminal Justice (No. 20)
#23 in Public Management and Leadership (No. 17)
#38 in Best Public Administration School (No. 25)
#40 in Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Engineering (No. 29)
#46 in Health Care Management
#51 in Aerospace Engineering (No. 35)
#55 in Speech-Language Pathology
#57 in Physical Therapy
#58 in Electrical/Electronic/Communications Engineering (No. 33)
#59 in Materials Science and Engineering (No. 39)
#61 in Physics
#65 in Nursing, Doctor of Practice (No. 45)
#65 in Civil Engineering (No. 44)
#65 in Environmental Engineering (No. 41)
#70 in Education
#70 in Social Work
#71 in Mechanical Engineering (No. 41)
#82 in Computer Science (No. 59)
#86 in Best Medical Schools: Research
#106 in Part-time MBA (No. 64)
#122 in English (No. 79)
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