Friday, April 2, 2021

University of South Carolina's Medical School Leads Nation For Graduates Practicing In Areas with Healthcare Shortages

A new report ranking the top graduate school programs in the country names the University of South Carolina School of Medicine at Columbia as the number one medical program in the country for graduates who practice in areas where there is a shortage of health care professionals.

U. S. News and World Report released their annual rankings on Tuesday. The rankings show the University of South Carolina boasts more than 60 nationally-ranked programs. 

The Darla Moore School of Business maintained its top ranking for the International MBA program, now in its eighth year of being number one.  

The University of South Carolina's School of Medicine’s top ranking perfectly aligns with their mission of providing medical professionals for underserved areas. 

Other prominent rankings for the school include coming in at number 45 for the number of doctors practicing in primary care specialties and fifty fourth for graduates who practice direct patient care in primarily rural areas of the country. The University of South Carolina's School of Medicine is also ranked at number 76 nationally in primary care.

The Darla Moore School of Business continued its reign as the highest ranked international business master’s program in the United States. Their program has been ranked in the top three for more than thirty years.

The university’s ranked graduate and professional programs include the sciences, humanities, health sciences, technology, law, engineering and business.

Other ranked programs at the University of South Carolina: 

  • 7th for school library media.

  • 9th for services for children and youth.

  • 17th for library and information studies.

  • 23rd for criminology program.

  • 25th for part-time MBA.

  • 25th for nuclear engineering.

  • 25th for speech language pathology.

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