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The College of Arts and Sciences’ graduate program in clinical psychology tied for second place in the latest rankings of graduate degree programs recently released by U.S. News & World Report magazine. UNC appears on multiple lists of schools, degree programs and specialty areas newly ranked in 2012 for the magazine’s 2013 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” Following are the UNC rankings and specialty listings that are currently available from the magazine:School of Medicine

Overall

  • Primary care, 2nd
  • Research, tied for 21st

Specialty areas

  • Family medicine, 2nd
  • Rural medicine, 6th

Health disciplines

The doctorate program in clinical psychology is based in the College of Arts and Sciences; the other programs offering master’s and doctorate degrees are based in the School of Medicine:

  • Clinical psychology, tied for 2nd
  • Audiology, tied for 3rd
  • Physical therapy, tied for 9th
  • Occupational therapy, tied for 10th
  • Speech-language pathology, tied for 11th

School of Pharmacy

  • Pharm.D., 2nd

School of Social Work

  • Master’s program, tied for 5th

Kenan-Flagler Business School

Overall      

  • tied for 19th (master of business administration degree programs)

Specialty Areas

  • Accounting, 10th
  • Executive MBA, 11th
  • Marketing, 12th

Public affairs

UNC has master’s degree programs and specialty areas within several units based in the School of Government, the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Public Health that are ranked by U.S. News as part of a public affairs category. UNC’s listings follow:

Overall

  • Tied for 23rd

School of Education

Overall

  • Tied for 34th

School of Law

Overall

  • 38th

Complete rankings information is posted at www.usnews.com/grad.

 

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