The University of South Carolina said recently that several of its graduate programs were recognized in U.S. News & World Report's best graduate schools rankings.
Among the programs recognized was the International MBA program within the Darla Moore School of Business, which was ranked first nationally. The university said the school has been in the top three for 26 years.
The school's Professional MBA program was ranked ninth among public universities nationwide and 16th among all programs.
“The Moore School continues to innovate in how we prepare students for work in markets around the world, and this recognition will provide additional impetus to our efforts," Moore School Dean Peter Brews said. " Further, being recognized again as No. 1 in both graduate and undergraduate International business speaks to the depth and high quality of our programs, faculty and students.”
Health sciences and nursing graduate programs also were recognized in the rankings. The Arnold School of Public Health graduate program was ranked 23rd, and the College of Nursing's graduate degree program rose 13 places, ranking 66th nationwide.
The university boasts 47 ranked graduate programs, including social psychology, at No. 4 nationally; library and information sciences, at No. 11; and criminology, at No. 25.
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