U.S. News & World Report has recognized the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health as one of the top 25 graduate schools of public health. The 2016 Best Graduate Schools rankings were released recently and also recognized the school’s Master of Health Administration program, ranked 33 among best graduate health care management programs.

“This ranking confirms our place as one of America’s best schools of public health. The high quality of our research and educational programs continues to improve the health of all Texans,” said Jay Maddock, Ph.D., dean of the School of Public Health.

The Texas A&M School of Public Health educates and trains health care professionals at campuses in Bryan-College Station and McAllen – and soon to include Houston – through a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Through novel research initiatives that incorporate population health investigations across diverse global communities, the School of Public Health is advancing disease prevention and health improvement throughout Texas and beyond.

— Rae Lynn Mitchell

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