Kristy Buzard, associate professor of economics in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, is part of a research team that recently received funding from the Women in Economics and Mathematics Research Consortium to investigate the mechanisms that contribute…
School of Education Counseling Graduate Program Receives High Ranking
The School of Education’s masters program in clinical mental health counseling has been ranked as the #6 program of its type by a national survey of current and former students, conducted by online graduate program guide GraduatePrograms.com.
“We highly value our students and their experiences, so to be nationally recognized by a platform capturing students’ perspectives and reactions is quite meaningful to all of us,” says Nicole Hill, professor and chair of Counseling and Human Services in the School of Education. “It has been an exciting year full of faculty and student accomplishments, and this recognition is the perfect capstone!”
Rankings by GraduatePrograms.com cover a variety of student topics, such as academic competitiveness, career support, financial aid and quality of network. For a given graduate program, rankings are determined by calculating the average score for each program based on 15 ranking categories. A given graduate program is not ranked until a minimum threshold of graduate student surveys is completed. Spring 2015 program rankings were compiled using data gathered between Sept. 1, 2012, and March 31, 2015, encompassing reviews posted by more than 70,000 students participating in over 1,600 graduate programs nationwide.
For a full report of graduate programs in every subject by GraduatePrograms.com, see: http://www.graduateprograms.com/graduate-school-rankings/.