BYU Law earns highest mark ever; BYU Marriott makes jump too
Once again, BYU graduate programs shined in the newly released annual U.S. News & World Report graduate school rankings, with the J. Reuben Clark Law School earning its highest ranking to date.
BYU Law came in at No. 22 among all law schools in the 2023–2024 rankings (up from last year’s previous best), and the Marriott School of Business moved up as well, jumping to No. 35 among MBA programs.
The BYU Law and BYU MBA programs headline seven different BYU grad programs ranked in the Top 100 in their respective categories. (As a note, U.S. News also ranks undergraduate programs each fall; those rankings are not included in the list of graduate rankings below):
- No. 22 Law
- No. 35 MBA
- No. 57 MPA
- No. 63 Speech-Language Pathology
- No. 86 Mathematics
- No. 89 Nursing
- No. 97 Computer Science
In specialty graduate program rankings, BYU Marriott also ranked No. 4 in Accounting, No. 19 in Leadership, and No. 23 in both Entrepreneurship and Non-Profit Management. Meanwhile, the Law School earned the following high specialty rankings:
- No. 17 Business/Corporate Law
- No. 31 Tax Law
- No. 38 Contracts/Commercial Law
- No. 48 Constitutional Law
In other program rankings, the following engineering programs also ranked in the Top 100 in their respective categories:
- No. 77 Civil Engineering
- No. 79 Computer Engineering
- No. 80 Mechanical Engineering
- No. 90 Chemical Engineering
- No. 100 Electrical Engineering
U.S. News analyzed more than 10,000 graduate programs and specialties in their ranking process. Professional school programs in business, education, engineering, law, medicine and nursing are based on expert opinion about program excellence and statistical indicators that measure the quality of a school’s faculty, research and students.
U.S. News & World Report has been ranking colleges and universities annually since 1983.