Arizona State University in World Top 100

Arizona State University (ASU) is one of the top ranking universities in the United States, with four campuses: the Tempe campus, the West campus, the Polytechnic campus, and the Downtown Phoenix campus.

Ratings and Ranking Performance:

- The School of Earth and Space Exploration ranks 17th in the country for its earth science program, jumping 14 spots from last year (US News "America’s Best Graduate Schools" 2011).

- A World's Top 100 University - rated 93rd in the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2008, moving up from 96th in 2007. It is placed 94th in 2009.

- 88th in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings (2008).

- Ranked 121st out of 262 "national universities" and 58th among public universities in the 2010 US News and World Report.

- Named one of "America's Best College Buys" by Forbes magazine.

- Named one of the “schools everyone should be watching” in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges”.

- 5th among 77 colleges and universities that are “leading the pack in improvements and innovative changes” in academics, faculty, students, campus life and facilities (US News).

- Named one of the nation’s top military-friendly schools by G.I. Jobs magazine.

- Arizona State University has been named one of the nation’s greenest universities by The Princeton Review.

- Named one of the Top 20 "cool schools" by the Sierra Club.

- 45th nationally for graduate engineering programs, ahead of University of Arizona (51st) in the US News Graduate Engineering Rankings 2010.

- 14th for Graduate Accounting Program, 17th for Undergraduate Programs in Accounting, and 19th for Doctoral Programs in Accounting in the 26th Annual Professor’s Survey by Public Accounting Report.

- The Mary Lou Fulton College of Education was ranked 24th in the nation (US News Education School  Ranking 2010). Its program in counseling psychology was ranked 12th in the nation, and its Education Policy Studies doctoral program was ranked 15th.

- Arizona State University is rated 18th for Speech-Language Pathology, 19th for Audiology, 22nd for Clinical Psychology, 25th for Public Affairs Programs, 42nd for Social Work Programs, 55th for for Computer Science, 64th for Mathematics (USNWR 2009).

- The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law is ranked 55th out of 197 ABA-approved law schools (US News 2009).

- 25th for Healthcare Management Programs in the 2007 rankings (USNWR).

- The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice is ranked 12th in the country (USNWR 2008).

- 3rd for Supply Chain/Logistics programs, 25th for Undergraduate Business programs, 37th for Undergraduate Engineering Program, 50th for Graduate Chemistry Programs (USNWR 2008).

- Arizona State University is placed in the Top 10 for Photography in the US News Graduate Schools ranking in Fine Arts Specialty (2009 Edition).

- 63rd in the NRC Rankings of Top US universities in Physiology (2007).

- 42nd in the ranking of Economics Departments on the basis of total pages in journals per economics department member (Economic Inquiry April 1996).

- 10th for Architecture Master's Degree program in the 2005 edition of "America's Best Architecture and Design Schools", published by DesignIntelligence.

- The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is consistently ranked in the Top 10 in the annual Hearst intercollegiate journalism competition, often called the Pulitzers of college journalism.

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