UK Graduate Programs Score High On National Ranking

U.S. News and World Report has released its list of America's best graduate schools. Five of the University of Kentucky's programs made the cut.

The UK College of Pharmacy was ranked as the fifth best pharmacy graduate school in the nation.

The College of Nursing tied for 26th place for the second year in a row.

The Martin School of Public Policy and Administration ranked 32nd.

UK's graduate program in clinical psychology and the UK College of Law also made the list.

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  • by Steve Location: Lexington on Mar 28, 2008 at 02:18 PM
    I've seen the people who have UK Law degrees in action, I sincerely hope they didn't get ranked...unless the criteria included incompetency and a lack of the knowledge of law. Also, for all these graduate programs, unfortunately you have to be rich or take out more student loans than you can ever pay back in order to go to them. It's almost cheaper to go to Yale as an out-of-state student than to go to UK as an in-state student...and after they raise tuition 20% next year, it WILL be cheaper to go to some other (and much better) schools as an out-of-state student than to go to UK. They're digging their own grave.


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