Three University of Minnesota Medical School programs rank among the top 10 of their kinds, according to the spring edition of U.S. News & World Report.
The Medical School’s rural medicine program ranked third, its primary care program ranked eighth, and its family medicine program ranked 10th.
The Medical School was named 17th among medical schools at public universities and 39th overall.
Other schools of the Academic Health Center also were highly ranked this year:
College of Pharmacy (3rd)
School of Public Health (5th among public universities and 8th overall)
College of Veterinary Medicine (9th)
School of Nursing (21st)
Also listed among the top in their fields were several of the University’s health sciences programs: health care management (2nd), clinical psychology (6th), community health/nursing (6th), midwifery/nursing (8th), physical therapy (19th), and speech-language pathology (17th).