2010年美国大学教育学院排名

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                                                             Peer      Superintendent   ’08 mean        ’08         ’08     Doctorals   ’08      ’08 funded   ’08 total 
                                                          assessment    assessment     GRE scores     doctoral    doctoral  granted/  funded     research/   graduate 
                                                 Overall     score         score         (verbal/    acceptance   student/   faculty research  faculty member  education 
Rank/School                                       score  (5.0=highest)  (5.0=highest) quantitative)1    rate      faculty2  2007–08  (millions) (thousands)  enrollment 

  1. Vanderbilt University (Peabody) (TN)          100        4.4           4.5         640/732        11.4%         2.9       0.6    $32.6       $403.0          705 
  2. Stanford University (CA)                       96        4.7           4.6         649/709         8.2%         4.4       0.8    $13.2       $338.6          379 
  3. Teachers College, Columbia University (NY)     95        4.4           4.6         567/653        20.5%         6.0       1.5    $42.7       $307.4        4,818 
  4. University of Oregon                           94        3.5           4.1         494/560        13.7%         4.2       1.0    $29.5       $950.6          773 
  5. University of California–Los Angeles          93        4.0           4.2         557/619        29.3%         7.3       1.3    $31.4       $667.1          843 
  6. Harvard University (MA)                        91        4.5           4.7         637/684        12.3%         6.3       0.9    $14.7       $319.3          899 
  7. Johns Hopkins University (MD)                  86        3.8           4.6         600/690        50.0%         0.3       0.2    $18.8       $508.3        2,003 
  7. Northwestern University (IL)                   86        3.8           4.4         648/751        14.6%         2.5       0.3    $11.5       $441.3          306 
  7. University of California–Berkeley             86        4.3           4.6         593/644        16.7%         8.6       0.9    $12.5       $402.0          432 
  7. University of Texas–Austin                    86        4.1           4.4         523/634        37.6%         4.9       0.8    $30.8       $226.2        1,107 
  7. University of Wisconsin–Madison               86        4.4           4.5         553/597        31.9%         4.4       0.6    $25.5       $214.6        1,010 
 12. University of Washington                       85        4.0           4.0         547/573        48.3%         4.2       0.7    $30.1       $528.0        1,167 
 13. University of Pennsylvania                     82        3.9           4.5         615/677        17.0%         3.8       1.0    $12.8       $305.5        1,049 
 14. New York University (Steinhardt)               81        4.0           4.3         598/649        17.3%         2.4       0.6    $22.8       $133.0        3,579 
 14. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor              81        4.3           4.3         579/627        26.3%         5.4       0.7    $15.9       $306.4          501 
 16. Ohio State University                          80        4.0           4.3         558/632        44.7%         1.8       0.5    $31.5       $187.7        1,161 
 17. Michigan State University                      77        4.2           4.2         537/630        54.6%         4.6       0.6    $24.9       $211.1        1,754 
 18. University of Kansas                           76        3.8           4.0         490/620        36.9%         3.4       0.8    $26.5       $331.5        1,175 
 19. Boston College (Lynch)                         73        3.8           4.1         567/658         9.2%         4.7       0.9    $13.4       $267.2          826 
 19. Indiana University–Bloomington                73        4.0           4.2         546/652        32.9%         5.0       1.0    $21.2       $211.9        1,100 
21. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities            71        3.8           4.0         531/610        48.4%         4.1       0.7    $28.0       $146.6        2,496 
22. University of Southern California (Rossier)     70        3.7           4.1         601/676        10.5%         9.0       5.7    $14.2       $526.3        1,018 
23. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill       69        3.9           4.3         587/594        34.6%         4.3       1.4    $10.0       $227.4          556 
24. Arizona State University                        68        3.8           3.9         548/641        23.2%         4.5       0.9    $16.0       $188.6        1,337 
24. Pennsylvania State University–University Park  68        3.9           4.1         531/627        30.4%         4.1       1.1    $17.4       $179.1        1,269 
24. University of Connecticut (Neag)                68        3.8           3.9         570/645        21.0%         2.2       0.5    $11.9       $179.7          822 
24. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign        68        4.2           4.2         544/668        41.8%         4.1       0.9    $8.6        $88.5         1,244 
24. University of Maryland–College Park            68        3.9           4.1         547/648        30.3%         6.0       1.0    $13.2       $137.9        1,347 
24. University of Virginia (Curry)                  68        4.0           4.3         562/629        50.0%         4.3       0.9    $10.7       $121.9          793 
30. University of Georgia                           67        3.9           4.2         518/612        26.8%         2.7       0.6    $14.1       $75.6         2,490 
30. Utah State University                           67        3.0           3.6         520/604        31.5%         1.1       0.3    $26.2       $211.5        1,032 
32. George Washington University (DC)               65        3.4           4.2         527/539        51.1%         5.6       1.5    $15.0       $365.6        2,074 
32. University of Iowa                              65        3.6           4.0         501/616        45.2%         4.2       0.5    $14.0       $172.8          697 
32. University of Pittsburgh                        65        3.5           4.1         494/535        59.8%         3.6       0.9    $18.6       $305.4        1,279 
35. University of Delaware                          64        3.2           3.8         570/636        45.1%         3.1       0.8    $13.7       $318.8          572 
36. Cornell University (NY)                         62        3.5           4.5         510/666        12.0%         2.6       0.1    $.7         $57.1            70 
36. Washington University in St. Louis              62        3.4           4.0         612/683 *      42.9%         0.7       0.1    $1.3        $164.1           30 
38. Rutgers, the State U. of N.J.–New Brunswick    61        3.4           4.1         530/609        32.5%         2.4       0.6    $9.9        $197.5        1,057 
38. University of Colorado–Boulder                 61        3.6           4.0         564/620        32.6%         1.7       0.4    $3.9        $121.9          323 
38. Virginia Commonwealth University                61        3.0           3.6         521/563        59.0%         1.8       0.5    $18.5       $420.5        1,751 
41. Florida State University                        60        3.4           3.8         492/586        40.4%         3.3       0.6    $17.6       $172.7        1,166 
41. Kansas State University                         60        3.0           3.7         507/543        44.7%         2.3       0.5    $6.9        $144.7        1,496 
41. Lehigh University (PA)                          60        3.0           3.9         532/621        18.9%         3.2       0.4    $7.6        $263.7          640 
41. University of Miami (FL)                        60        3.1           3.9         534/627        17.8%         2.6       0.4    $8.1        $252.6          255 
41. University of Missouri                          60        3.6           3.8         519/600        29.1%         3.7       1.1    $11.2       $137.8        2,196 
41. University of Tennessee–Knoxville              60        3.2           4.1         508/612        52.9%         1.5       0.3    $14.5       $114.5          680 
47. Texas A&M University–College Station           59        3.6           4.0         462/527        60.0%         3.4       0.8    $19.6       $158.4        1,351 
48. College of William and Mary (VA)                58        3.2           4.2         546/623        62.1%         2.3       0.6    $5.7        $153.1          356 
48. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN)          58        3.5           4.1         521/640        45.2%         2.5       0.5    $8.4        $115.2          402 
48. University of Illinois–Chicago                 58        3.5           3.7         506/570        57.3%         2.4       0.3    $11.7       $208.7          746 

1GRE scores are for doctoral students only. 2Student/faculty ratio is for all full-time-equivalent doctoral students and full-time faculty. *The school could not break out GRE scores for doctoral students; average scores for all entering students are shown. Sources: U.S. News and the schools. Assessment data collected by Synovate.


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