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Logan — U.S. News and World Report magazine has named the graduate programs in Utah State University’s Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services among the top tier of colleges of education in the nation.
In the 2015 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” the magazine ranked the college 28th in the nation overall against all graduate colleges of education. The college was ranked seventh in the nation in total research dollars received by a college, with faculty and staff securing $41.8 million in funded research dollars. It is the only school of education in Utah to place in the top 50.
“We are proud to be the top producer of teachers and human service professionals among public universities in Utah,” said Beth Foley, dean of the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services. “Our current U.S. News and World Report ranking suggests that our educational programs are among the very best, not only here in Utah, but in the entire country. We take pride in our outstanding students and talented faculty, our innovative programs informed by research and our world-class facilities, technology and equipment.”
The U.S. News & World Report bases its rankings on a weighted average of 10 quality measures, including peer assessments, faculty resources, faculty awards and GRE scores for doctoral students.