Four graduate programs at Stony Brook are ranked among the top 100 in the nation, according to new rankings released last week by U.S. News & World Report.
Programs in engineering, fine arts, health science, and social sciences and humanities got recognition in the top 100, while the School of Medicine ranked No. 57 in the "Best Research" category.
Stony Brook University's graduate programs in clinical psychology, math, physics and astronomy, and psychology ranked in the top quarter of all graduate programs in the U.S. Additionally, SBU ranked the highest as one of only two SUNY schools to be included in the list of the top 400 universities in the world.
"The SUNY campuses to make the 2014 Best Graduate Schools list are consistently recognized for the top quality and top value that they offer students, and rightly so. Congratulations to Stony Brook University and to President Samuel Stanley on this much deserved recognition," SUNY chancellor Nancy Zimpher said in a statement.
Click here for more on the rankings from Stony Brook University Happenings.