West Virginia University’s School of Medicine programs appear in the latest rankings of graduate programs by U.S. News and World Report released Tuesday (March 12).
In all, 11 WVU programs gained ground; additionally, 16 were among the top 100, led by Petroleum Engineering at 12th in the nation.
Other top 100 graduate programs were:
- College of Education and Human Services: 93
- Aerospace/Aeronautical/Astronautical Engineering: 58
- Chemical Engineering: 99
- Civil Engineering: 89
- Computer Engineering: 98
- Industrial/Manufacturing/Systems Engineering: 60
- Law Schools: 100
- Primary Care Medicine: 48
- Medical Research: 84
- Social Work: 70
- Environmental Law: 74
- Health Care Law: 76
- Tax Law: 96
Other programs included in the rankings were:
- Engineering School: 118
- Electrical/Electronics/Communications Engineering: 132
- Mechanical Engineering: 104
- Public Health: 102
- Clinical Law Training: 112
- Intellectual Property Law: 124
- International Law: 145
- Trial Advocacy: 159
As they marked a symbolic day in their medical journey, 109 students in West Virginia University School of Medicine’s Class of 2021 received their white coats in Morgantown on Saturday, March 23, marking their transition from basic science to clinical care.
The Health Science Faculty Development Program will host a session on Wednesday, April. 3 from noon to 1 p.m. in room, 2256 HSS.
A chronic pain study in Washington County in partnership with West Virginia University Medicine’s Department of Orthopedics kicked off on Mar. 20.