Marquette maintains rank of 83rd nationally in latest U.S. News Best Colleges rankings; university also ranked 12th for undergraduate teaching, 41st most innovative

College of Nursing jumps to No. 29 on undergraduate nursing list

Marquette is again ranked 83rd among national universities this year in the U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges rankings. The university is in a tie with Binghamton University – SUNY; Gonzaga University; Stevens Institute of Technology; University of California, Santa Cruz; and the University of Iowa.

Marquette once again made the peer-nominated list for Best Undergraduate Teaching, now ranked 12 nationally — up from 58 a year ago. This ranking is based on nominations from presidents, provosts and deans of admission.

Marquette is also ranked 52 on the list for Best Value Schools, up from 54 last year. The university is ranked 41 among Most Innovative Schools, 51 for Best Colleges for Veterans, and is again included as an “A-plus School for B Students.”

The university is also noted among U.S. News’ college- and program-specific rankings. The College of Nursing is ranked 29 for Best Undergraduate Nursing, up from 43 last year.

In the Best Undergraduate Business Programs list, the College of Business Administration is ranked 108 (106 last year). The following business programs were individually ranked: Accounting (32), Finance (22), Real Estate (15) and Supply Chain (18). Business school rankings are based on a peer assessment score.

The Opus College of Engineering is ranked 123, up from 131 last year, among Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs, a list based on a peer assessment score.

In addition, Marquette is ranked 172, up from 191 last year, on the Best Computer Science Schools list.