UT Austin College of Education Ranks Among Best Graduate Schools in the Nation

The College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin maintains its strong position as a leading college of education in the country as reflected in the 2023-2024 graduate school rankings recently released by U.S. News & World Report. The college improved its ranking to number eight among public institutions and 16 overall, up two positions over the previous year and saw six programs move up as well. Overall, nine programs ranked in the top 20 and six ranked in the top 10. Colleges and schools across the country are ranked based on a variety of factors, including peer assessment data and statistical indicators.

“In the College of Education we take very seriously our commitment to teach innovatively, conduct groundbreaking research and reimagine the education and health landscape,” said Charles R. Martinez, Jr., dean of the College of Education at UT Austin. “The recent rankings reflect our success and commitment to those principles, and to ensuring our students receive the highest quality education to go out and make a positive impact in the world. I am very proud of our entire College of Education community whose hard work and dedication drives our rankings year over year.”

College of Education specialty rankings:

  • No. 4 in Educational Administration & Supervision
  • No. 5 in Special Education
  • No. 7 in Curriculum & Instruction
  • No. 7 in Secondary Teacher Education
  • No. 8 in Education Policy
  • No. 9 in Educational Psychology
  • No. 12 in Elementary Teacher Education
  • No. 12 in Student Counseling & Personnel Services
  • No. 16 in Higher Education Administration

View more of the college’s national rankings and demographics

View all UT Austin 2023-24 USN&WR rankings