A view of the center of campus from the UCR bell tower.
Photo by Carlos Puma
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools and programs was released on March 11, 2014, and the University of California, Riverside was well represented on the survey.
The Graduate School of Education (GSOE) was tied for 77th among the 125 schools rated.
The Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) was tied for 69th among the 98 schools rated.
Biological Sciences programs were ranked 68th among 83 schools rated.
The chemistry department ranked in a tie for 60th among 70 schools rated.
The English department was ranked 44th among 49 schools rated (using 2013 data).
The psychology department was ranked 63rd among 77 schools rated (using 2013 data).
“I am pleased to see our graduate programs receiving this recognition from the U.S. News survey,” said Joseph Childers, dean of the Graduate Division. “While a survey like this can’t tell you everything, it is indicative of the continuing health of UC Riverside’s graduate programs and the ongoing efforts being made to move the university as a whole from prominence to preeminence and to achieve the profile of an AAU-member university.”