U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate School Rankings 2013
Since 1983, U.S. News & World Report has been providing the nation's most trusted graduate school rankings. The 2013 edition includes business graduate school rankings, engineering graduate school rankings, law graduate school rankings, medical graduate school rankings, nursing graduate school rankings and much more. Search the listing of top graduate school programs below!
Why Graduate School Rankings Are Important
Your graduate school search is the first critical step toward having a truly secure and lucrative career. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data indicates that in 2010, median weekly earnings were $1,272 for workers who held a master's degree, $1,610 for workers who held a professional degree, and $1,550 for those who held a doctoral degree. Compare that to $1,038 for bachelor's degree holders and $626 for those with only a high school diploma. And while the average unemployment rate was 8.2% that year, it was just 4% for workers with master's degrees and even less for those with doctorates. You deserve all of these benefits and more, so don't delay. Find your ideal top-ranked graduate school program now!