GSE ranked in the top 21% of education schools

The Graduate School of Education has been placed among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report in its annual ranking. The 2018 ranking places UB/GSE at 80, which is in the top 21% of all doctoral granting education schools (379 in total) that were surveyed. In addition the school’s Library and Information Studies program is ranked 22 (among 51 programs), rehabilitation counseling program is ranked 21st and online programs is currently 10th nationwide.

Dr. Jaekyung Lee, dean of the Graduate School of Education, said: "This national ranking reflects our university's and GSE's national and international prominence in the field of education. I am proud of our many award-winning faculty members' scholarly accomplishments, as well as the quality education for students across GSE. We strive for excellence through the 'GSE Pillars of Distinction': (1) evidence-based educational improvement across the lifespan; (2) pedagogy of inquiry, engagement, and impact; (3) lifelong support for students and alumni; and (4) interprofessional collaboration and global partnership."

The Graduate School of Education offers a wide range of master's, doctoral, and advanced certificate programs, including preparation toward New York State certification, through its four departments: Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology; Educational Leadership and Policy; Learning and Instruction; and Library and Information Studies.

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May 22, 2017


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