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University of Denver Graduate Programs Rank Among the Top in the Nation

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University of Denver

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Mary Reed

The University of Denver has numerous graduate programs that are once again recognized among the nation’s top 100. Today, U.S. News & World Report released its list of the 2024 Best Graduate School Rankings.

The Sturm College of Law received two top 10 rankings. The clinical training program ranks No. 5, up four spots from 2023; and the trial advocacy program ranks No. 8, down two spots from the year prior.

Denver Law had 11 other specialty programs rank within the top 100. Business and corporate law, constitutional law, commercial law, and health care law all experienced single- and double-digit gains from last year. Overall, the Sturm College of Law ranks No. 89 and the part-time law program ranks No. 14.

The Graduate School of Social Work is ranked No. 12 for best social work programs, a category that includes the master’s and doctoral programs. This is the first time in two years that U.S. News has updated its rankings for this program.

In the Daniels College of Business, the full-time MBA program is now ranked No. 87. The part-time Denver MBA program is ranked No. 101, up eight spots from last year.

Finally, the Morgridge College of Education is ranked No. 99 in the country. According to U.S. News, funded research per faculty member increased from $151,600 to $236,000, an increase of 56%.

To view the complete 2024-25 Best Graduate School Rankings from U.S. News & World Report, please click here.