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**Top Ratings Achieved by University of Delaware in Recent U.S. News Graduate School Rankings**

New rankings for graduate programs have been released by U.S. News and World Report, covering various fields such as business, education, fine arts, health, law, library studies, nursing, public affairs, science, and social sciences. The rankings for medical school and engineering programs have been postponed.

The University of Delaware achieved notable success in the recent rankings, with its physical therapy program maintaining a strong position in the top three nationally, transitioning from the first to the second spot. Additionally, the university secured a commendable debut placement at number 32 for its speech-language pathology program.

President Dennis Assanis expressed his pride in the faculty and staff for their dedication and expertise in continuously improving and expanding the graduate programs to meet the evolving needs of students and society. He highlighted the national recognition as a testament to their hard work and the positive impact of UD’s graduate students on a global scale.

In the realm of education, the University of Delaware excelled in various disciplines according to the 2024 rankings by U.S. News. Some of the notable rankings include:

  • Physical Therapy: 2nd
  • Non-profit Management: 16th
  • Public Management and Leadership: 18th
  • Public Finance and Budgeting: 21st
  • Speech-Language Pathology: 32nd
  • Education Schools: 34th
  • Public Affairs Schools: 34th
  • Computer Science: 70th
  • Nursing, Master’s: 79th
  • Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice: 110th
  • Part-Time MBA: 150th

The methodology employed by U.S. News in these rankings has faced scrutiny, particularly with recent controversies. Despite ongoing debates, the University of Delaware’s strong presence in the rankings underscores its academic excellence and commitment to quality education.