In real estate, the three most important words are location, location, location. In choosing a graduate school, the three most important words are reputation, reputation, reputation. Take a look at what contributes to the University of Cincinnati reputation, and what helps make UC’s MHA one of the top healthcare administration programs in the country.
- Top 200 National Universities (U.S. News & World Report college rankings, 2011)
- Princeton Review: Best 373 Colleges (2011) University of Cincinnati is ranked by the Princeton Review among the top schools in the United States
- Ranked 62nd among the Top 100 “elite values” in higher education (Money Magazine)
- Featured in The Best 201 Colleges for the Real World: Get In. Get Out. Get a Job.
- Top 15 underrated gems (College Match)
- Top 50 research libraries (Association of Research Libraries)
- 11th largest endowment of 569 institutions surveyed (Chronicle of Higher Education, June 2000)
- Ranked 78th in the top 100 graduate schools in education (U.S. News & World Report)
- Washington Monthly (2007) The University of Cincinnati was ranked 168th among 242 “National Universities” in the September 2007 issue on measures of social mobility, research and service
- Academic Ranking of World Universities (2007) The influential Academic Ranking of World Universities, published by Shanghai Jiaotong University, ranks the University of Cincinnati in the top 200 of more than 2,500 ranked worldwide