The University of Maryland was once again highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best Graduate Schools—with 39 programs and specialties ranked in the top 25.
The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences had 12 programs and specialties ranked in the top 25.
The college's rankings included:
- Physics ranked 14th
- The atomic/molecular/optical specialty ranked 6th
- The quantum specialty ranked 6th
- The condensed matter specialty ranked 11th
- The elementary particles/field/string theory specialty ranked 13th
- Computer science ranked 16th
- The systems specialty ranked 16th
- The artificial intelligence specialty ranked 16th
- The theory specialty ranked 16th
- The programming language specialty ranked 17th
- Mathematics ranked 22nd
- The applied math specialty ranked 13th
- Earth sciences ranked 28th
- Chemistry ranked 41st
- Biological sciences ranked 62nd
The University of Maryland's full Best Graduate School rankings are available here.
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About the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences at the University of Maryland educates more than 9,000 future scientific leaders in its undergraduate and graduate programs each year. The college’s 10 departments and more than a dozen interdisciplinary research centers foster scientific discovery with annual sponsored research funding exceeding $175 million.