U.S. News & World Report released its Best Graduate Schools rankings for 2023-24. The rankings include three Texas Christian University programs in the top 100, climbing multiple spots from last year.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice in Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences was ranked No. 43 in the country. The Full-time MBA program in the TCU Neeley School of Business is ranked among the top 50, up 17 spots from last year. Also in TCU Neeley, the part-time MBA program remains in the top 100, climbing 16 spots.
“The quality of our graduate programs reflects the high integrity of an advanced TCU degree,” Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs, said. “This national ranking is indicative of our commitment to graduate education and elevates TCU’s reputation for academic excellence at all levels.”
“Our graduate programs attract some of the brightest and most talented students across the globe, who are ready to achieve a higher level of academic and research activity, preparing them for leadership in the world’s laboratories, classrooms, boardrooms and more,” said President Daniel Pullin. “TCU’s undergraduate degree programs have long been lauded in the Top 100 for their strength and broad variety of options to meet the needs of our academically driven students. I’m pleased that our highly regarded graduate study programs are being recognized for the incredible level of faculty and staff support and active engagement that marks the TCU experience.”
The College of Education also made the annual graduate program rankings, moving up to 125. Periodic peer-assessed programs that made the list included three TCU science doctoral programs in the College of Science & Engineering: chemistry, physics and mathematics.
View the full list of rankings from U.S. News & World Report.