The top research universities in the triangle are 2022 US News & World Report Ranking, Released this week.
UNC Chapel Hill and Duke University have won multiple Top 5 rankings in their healthcare programs, and North Carolina State University’s engineering programs are listed in the Top 25. Rankings are based on expert opinion and data on the quality of school teachers. student.
Here’s a breakdown of how top universities across North Carolina were ranked.
UNC-Chapel Hill had the highest ranked graduate program in the state.
The UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health was ranked No. 1 in the nation and No. 2 overall for the fourth consecutive year. School faculty researchers, virologists, epidemiologists COVID-19 Fighting the Pandemic At national and global levels.
UNC Charlotte was ranked 90th overall in public health.
Nurse: In the Master’s degree in Nursing Program, Duke was ranked third overall, followed by UNC-CH (6) and UNC Charlotte (88).
Regarding doctors in the Nursing Practice Program, Duke was ranked 4th overall, followed by UNC-CH (11), UNC Greensboro (53) and UNCC (94).
Medical: In the survey, Duke was ranked third, followed by UNC-CH (24) and Wake Forest University (48).
In primary care, UNC-CH was ranked third, followed by East Carolina University School of Medicine Brody (28), Duke (51), and Wake Forest (80).
business: Full at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business (12), UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School (20), NC State’s Poole College of Management (64), and North Carolina State University’s Deese College of Business and Economics (96). He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Time. Management program.
In the part-time MBA program, Wake Forest was ranked 22nd, followed by UNCG at 73rd, and partnered with UNCC at North Carolina State University (85) and Elon University (100).
Economy: Duke (16), UNC-CH (36) and NC (59).
education: UNC-CH (25), NC State (37), UNCG (73) and UNCC (91).
engineering: Duke (24), North Carolina State University (25) and UNC-CH (75).
English language: Duke (13) and UNC-CH (20).
history: UNC-CH (11), Duke (18), UNCG (92). Duke was ranked second in African-American history and UNC-CH was ranked tenth.
law: Duke (10), UNC-CH (24), Wake Forest (41)
Library and Information Science: UNC-CH (2), UNCG (23), NC Central University (42) and ECU (47).
Political science: Duke (10) and UNC-CH (12).
public relations: UNC-CH and Duke were tied in 19th place, and North Carolina State University and UNCC were tied in 48th place.
Sociology: UNC-CH (7), Duke (13), University of North Carolina (61).