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UGA graduate programs among nation’s best in new rankings in Public Affairs, Pharmacy, Law, and more

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Several of the University of Georgia’s graduate and professional programs ranked among the top in the nation in new 2024 rankings released by U.S. News and World Report.

UGA’s School of Public and International Affairs ranked fourth in the nation after jumping three spots since 2023. The College of Pharmacy moved up the ranks nine spots from its most recent ranking and now sits at number 15 nationwide.

Both the UGA School of Law and the School of Social Work ranked number 20 nationally and in the top 10 among public institutions. The Terry College of Business and the Mary Frances Early College of Education both moved to a higher ranking and are now in the top 30 nationwide.

UGA enrolls more than 10,000 graduate and professional students in over 200 doctoral and master’s programs.

“UGA’s graduate and professional students enjoy a world-class experience thanks to our renowned faculty, innovative career development programs and next-generation research and instructional facilities,” said S. Jack Hu, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. “This year’s exceptional rankings reflect the university’s continuing investments in these and other strategic areas of graduate and professional education across all disciplines on our campus.”

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