The University of Maryland School of Public Health is ranked No. 10 among publicly funded Best Public Health Schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report for the first time.
The school places No. 20 among all 188 schools and programs on the list.
“We are a young, vibrant school of public health,” said Dean Boris D. Lushniak, “look at what we have achieved in just 14 years! We are proud to be recognized for all we have done and to be #10 among our public peers and #20 overall. Thanks to our faculty, staff, students, and alums for being part of the team that made this happen.”
The UMD School of Public Health is unique among its peers for also having a large undergraduate program in addition to our master’s and doctoral programs. Our bachelor’s degree program in Public Health Science was recently ranked No. 12 on the list of Best Public Health Bachelor's Degrees by study.com.
The School of Public Health was established at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2007 and offers four bachelor's, 12 master's, eight doctoral and five certificate programs. It has been accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health since 2010.
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