The graduate programs at the IU School of Education have once again been recognized as some of the best in the country by the U.S. News and World Report’s 2022 “Best Graduate Schools.”
“Students in our graduate programs go on to make invaluable contributions to the world through their work,” said Interim Dean Anastasia Morrone. “I am truly proud of our programs earning this recognition, and we’re excited to continue the vital work of preparing our students for their careers.”
“We are again proud to see so many of our programs ranked among the best in the country,” said Sarah Lubienski, Professor and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies. “Our programs’ world-renown faculty and strong commitment to students continue to be recognized by our peers.”
Programs at the School of Education rank in the top 25 in all areas. The School of Education is ranked #41 overall and #30 among public institutions, and remains the top-ranked graduate school in Indiana.
- Secondary Education - #5 (tie)
- Higher Education Administration - #7
- Elementary Education - #8
- Student Counseling and Personal Service - #8
- Curriculum and Instruction - #10
- Education Policy - #20
- Special Education - #23 (tie)
- Educational Administration and Supervision - #24 (tie)
- Educational Psychology - #25 (tie)
Graduate programs at the School of Education prepare our students for careers that make a difference throughout the world, whether through education or other fields. From working in schools and public institutions to jobs in government, corporate environments and technology companies, our graduates affect change and make the world a better place through their work.