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March 16, 1995

KGSB, med school rank high in U.S. News & World Report survey

Pitt's School of Medicine and Katz Graduate School of Business rank among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report's annual survey, "America's Best Graduate Schools." Master's degree programs in three other Pitt schools also scored high marks in the survey, which appears in the March 20 issue of U.S. News, now on newsstands.

The magazine's survey rated the University's medical school 17th nationally among the top 25 research-oriented schools and 14th in terms of total National Institutes of Health research support in 1994.

The Katz school was ranked 36th overall among the top 50 graduate business schools. The school ranked seventh for part-time MBA programs and was the only Pennsylvania school in the top 10 in that category.

The master's of public administration program at Pitt's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs was ranked 13th out of the top 25, tied with American University, George Washington University, the University of Chicago and Columbia University.

Pitt's master of physical therapy program, offered through the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, was tied with the University of Alabama at Birmingham for 12th place in the top 15.

The Pitt master's of nursing program was ranked 21st out of the top 34, tied with Alabama-Birmingham, the University of Minnesota at Twin Cities, the University of Utah and Yale.

— Bruce Steele

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