AMHERST, Mass. – Graduate programs in business, education, engineering and nursing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst are ranked in the 2019 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools, which was released March 20.
The Isenberg School of Management moved up two slots to No. 55 and its part-time MBA is ranked 25th.
The College of Education is ranked No. 51, while the College of Nursing is 78th for master’s degree programs in nursing. The doctor of nursing practice program, which is offered online, is ranked No. 48.
The College of Engineering is 65th nationally. Rankings published for specialty areas in the College of Engineering include chemical engineering (34); civil (50); computer (36); electrical/electronic/communications (46); industrial/manufacturing/systems (34); materials (37) and mechanical (59).
U.S. News ranks six professional school programs annually, which include two areas, medicine and law, which do not have programs on the UMass Amherst campus.
See the U.S. News rankings of UMass Amherst Graduate Programs here