College Of Education & Human Development among Top 10% in Graduate School Rankings
Several programs among top 30 in U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings of the top graduate education schools
The Texas A&M University College of Education & Human Development rose seven spots to No. 32 overall on U.S. News World and World Report’s rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools. This puts the college among the top 10% of 456 U.S. schools ranked. The list for 2023 was released March 29.
Other academic education programs are ranked in the top 30, including educational psychology at No. 22; curriculum and instruction and educational administration at No. 26; and elementary teacher education at No. 21.
“The rankings are an index of quality and achievement of our academic programs. Our faculty and staff’s commitment to a culture of excellence is evident in being recognized internally and externally by our peers,” said Professor and Interim Dean Michael A. de Miranda.
Each year the Best Graduate Schools rankings are released in the areas of business, education, engineering, law, medicine and nursing. U.S. News uses two types of data to determine the rankings: expert opinions about program excellence and statistical indicators that measure the quality of a school’s faculty, research and students.
In January, U.S. News and World Report ranked CEHD as the #1 Best Online Master’s in Education for Veterans for 2022. The college also rose to #5 overall for Best Online Master’s in Education program.
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