ATLANTA—Georgia State University’s Health Law program moved to No. 1 in the nation and programs across the university continue to be highly ranked, according to the 2022 U.S. News Best Graduate School Rankings released today.
The Health Law program has consistently ranked among the top 10 in the nation and moved from No. 2 to No. 1 this year.
Several programs in the Robinson College of Business also moved up. The school’s business analytics program moved from 33 to 21 in the nation, tying with Harvard, the University of Arizona, UCLA, the University of San Francisco and Wake Forest. Its real estate program moved from eighth in the country to seventh.
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies is ranked 19th in the nation overall, tying with Carnegie Mellon, Duke, George Washington, Georgetown and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Its Public Policy Analysis program moved up eight points to 17th overall and its criminology program is ranked in the top 20 in the country at No. 18.
The College of Education & Human Development placed 41st in the nation overall. U.S. News ranked the college’s elementary education (No. 20) and special education (No. 26) graduate programs among its rankings for those specific fields.
U.S. News graduate program rankings result from quantitative and qualitative data at the college and school level, qualitative data (peer assessments) at the departmental level.