UF Colleges of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing Among Nation’s Elite in Graduate School Rankings


Harrell Medical Education Building
The Harrell Medical Education Building

The University of Florida College of Medicine retained its spot as the state’s top-ranked medical school and remains among the nation’s premier institutions, according to new graduate school rankings issued today by U.S. News and World Report. Two other UF colleges — Nursing, and Public Health and Health Professions — made significant gains in the rankings, placing them among the country’s best.

The College of Medicine is ranked No. 16 for research among public universities and No. 37 in the nation overall. In primary care, the college ranked 34th nationally for public institutions and No. 48 overall.

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