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### UH Mānoa Excels in National Graduate Program Rankings: 2 Programs Among Top 25, 13 in Top 100

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, also known as UH Mānoa, boasts two graduate programs within the top 25 nationwide, with an additional 11 programs ranking in the top 100, as per the 2024 US News and World Report released on Tuesday.

The standout programs hail from the William S. Richardson School of Law, securing the 23rd spot for both best part-time law programs and best environmental law programs.

These rankings consider various factors such as research activity (including publications and citations), placement success (employment and earnings), quality assessment (peer and recruiter evaluations), student selectivity (GPA and test scores), and faculty resources (doctoral degrees awarded and student to faculty ratio).

Provost Michael Bruno of UH Mānoa expressed pride in the university’s academic and research excellence highlighted by the US News and World Report rankings. The recognition reflects the institution’s commitment to nurturing future innovators, educators, and leaders within the state of Hawaiʻi.

The William S. Richardson School of Law excelled in 15 categories according to the US News and World Report, with notable rankings in international law, legal writing, dispute resolution, constitutional law, and more.

The Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health’s Department of Social Work and the Office of Public Health Studies also secured commendable positions in their respective fields.

Furthermore, the Nancy Atmospera-Walch School of Nursing and the College of Education maintained their strong presence in the rankings, emphasizing their dedication to excellence in education and healthcare.

The College of Social Sciences and the Shidler College of Business were also recognized for their outstanding programs, while the College of Engineering and College of Natural Sciences’ joint Computer Science program achieved a notable ranking.

It is worth noting that the rankings for best medical schools, best engineering schools, and the best clinical psychology programs have been postponed until further notice by the US News and World Report.

For a comprehensive list of rankings, please visit the official website.