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In addition to extensive rankings and a 160-page directory, this issue of the "gold standard" guide to U.S. graduate programs includes such articles as:
• “Should You Go to Grad School?”: The U.S. is “becoming more of a graduate school economy,” but the ROI varies widely from one field of study to another.
• “How to Raise the Money”: Smart ways to cover tuition and repay your loans
• “B-School Goes Global”: MBA programs are adding new paths for students to gain international exposure.
• How engineering schools are attracting women and minorities
• “Breaking with Tradition”: Law schools that are getting serious about hands-on practice
• “Seven Great Paths Beyond Teaching”: A master’s in education can open up opportunities beyond the classroom.
• “Moving to a Sizzling Field”: The many ways liberal arts grads can enter the health arena

Best Graduate Schools Magazine Description:

PublisherU.S. News & World Report



FrequencyOne Time

Whether you are considering an MBA, a law degree, a master’s, or a Ph.D., this must-have guide to more than 1,900 U.S. graduate programs can help you find the best one for you — and the money to pay the bills.

Find out about career prospects, emerging trends, and hot jobs in a wide range of fields. Explore U.S. News & World Report’s latest exclusive rankings and comprehensive directory of graduate programs in business, law, engineering, education, medicine and nursing. Additional rankings focus on a vast array of programs in the natural and social sciences, health disciplines, and the arts -- as well as online graduate programs in business, computer information technology, criminal justice, education, engineering, and nursing.

For more than 30 years, U.S. News’ “Best” publications have been the definitive consumer guides to higher education in the United States. As The Washington Post noted, “You can’t pass up the granddaddy of college rankings.”

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