“I am pleased but not surprised that our peers are recognizing the advances the Glenn School has made since it was formed in 2006,” said Dr. Charles Wise, the founding director of the Glenn School. “The quality of Glenn School faculty and our programs are becoming better known and the jump in our ranking is an indication of that.”
U.S.News & World Report also ranked specialties within the schools surveyed.
- The Glenn School’s public management administration program is ranked No. 12.
- The public policy analysis program is ranked No. 20.
- The public finance and budgeting program is ranked No. 21.
There are 268 public affairs graduate school in the United States that were part of the assessment ranking and U.S. News made no changes to the 2013 Best Graduate Schools ranking methodology for them.
In Ohio, the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State is ranked number 42, the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University ranked 104, Bowling Green State University and Kent State are ranked 121, University of Dayton is ranked 149, University of Toledo and Wright State are ranked 161.