Best Graduate Chemistry Programs (US)

Four US institutions were ranked joint top for their Graduate Chemistry Programs, according to the US News ranking, with Harvard ranked in the Top 5 nationally.

Best Graduate Chemistry Programs:
1. California Institute of Technology
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1. Stanford University
1. University of California–Berkeley
5. Harvard University
6. Scripps Research Institute
7. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
7. University of Wisconsin–Madison
9. Cornell University
9. Northwestern University
11. Columbia University
12. University of California–Los Angeles
12. University of Chicago
12. University of Texas–Austin
15. Yale University
16. Pennsylvania State University–University Park
16. Princeton University
16. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
16. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
20. University of California–San Diego
20. University of Pennsylvania
22. Purdue University–West Lafayette
22. Texas A&M University–College Station
22. University of California–Irvine
22. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
26. Georgia Institute of Technology
26. University of California–Santa Barbara
28. Johns Hopkins University
28. Ohio State University
28. Rice University
28. University of California–San Francisco
28. University of Colorado–Boulder
28. University of Washington
34. Indiana University–Bloomington
34. University of California–Davis
36. Emory University
36. Iowa State University
36. Michigan State University
36. University of Arizona
36. University of Florida
36. University of Maryland–College Park
36. University of Utah
43. Colorado State University
43. Duke University
43. University of Pittsburgh
43. University of Southern California
43. Washington University in St. Louis
48. Florida State University
48. University of California–Riverside
50. Arizona State University
50. Boston College
50. Carnegie Mellon University
50. North Carolina State University
50. SUNY–Stony Brook
50. U of Georgia
50. U of Massachusetts–Amherst
50. U of Rochester
50. U of Virginia
59. Brown Univ
59. U of Oregon
59. Vanderbilt Univ
62. Boston Univ
62. U of Delaware
62. U of Illinois–Chicago
62. U of Iowa
62. U of Kansas
62. U of Notre Dame
68. Brandeis Univ
68. Case Western Reserve Univ
68. Rutgers, the State Univ of New Jersey–New Brunswick
68. Uni at Buffalo–SUNY
68. Virginia Tech
68. Wayne State Univ
74. Dartmouth College
74. Louisiana State Univ–Baton Rouge
74. New York Univ
74. Oregon State Univ
74. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
74. U of Nebraska–Lincoln
74. Washington State Univ
81. Syracuse Univ
81. U of California–Santa Cruz
81. U of Connecticut
81. U of Houston
81. U of Missouri–Columbia
81. U of South Carolina
81. U of Tennessee–Knoxville
88. Clemson Univ
88. Kansas State Univ
88. Tufts Univ
88. Univ of Cincinnati

Source: US News & World Report 2008

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