U.S. News and World Report released its 2010 best graduate schools rankings Thursday. Penn Med rose for research, Wharton fell two spots, and Penn Law rose one place.

MEDICINE | Research

1. Harvard University 2. University of Pennsylvania 3. Johns Hopkins University 4. University of California — San Francisco 4. Washington University in St. Louis

Penn Med rose to the number two spot from third place. Johns Hopkins held the two spot in 2009. MEDICINE | Primary Care

1. University of Washington 2. University of North Carolina — Chapel Hill 3. Oregon Health and Science University 4. University of Vermont 5. University of California — San Francisco 5. University of Colorado — Denver 7. Michigan State University 7. University of Pennsylvania 9. University of Massachusetts — Worcester 10. University of Iowa (Carver)

Penn Med was ranked 12th for primary care in 2009. BUSINESS

1. Harvard University 1. Stanford University 3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 4. Northwestern University (Kellogg) 5. University of Chicago (Booth) 5. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 7. Dartmouth College (Tuck) 7. University of California — Berkeley (Haas)

Wharton was ranked third in 2009, with Harvard and Stanford jointly holding the top place. LAW

1. Yale University 2. Harvard University 3. Stanford University 4. Columbia University 5. University of Chicago 6. New York University 7. University of California — Berkeley 7. University of Pennsylvania 9. University of Michigan — Ann Arbor 10. University of Virginia 11. Duke University

Penn Law rose from number eight to a tie for seven with UC Berkeley. EDUCATION

1. Vanderbilt University (Peabody) 2. Teachers College, Columbia University 3. Harvard University 3. Stanford University 5. University of Oregon 6. Johns Hopkins University 6. University of California — Los Angeles 8. Northwestern University 9. University of Wisconsin — Madison 10. University of California — Berkeley 10. University of Texas – Austin 10. University of Washington 13. University of Pennsylvania 14. Ohio State University

GSE kept the number 13 spot from 2009. ENGINEERING

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2. Stanford University 3. University of California — Berkeley 4. Georgia Institute of Technology 5. University of Illinois — Urbana-Champaign 6. Carnegie Mellon University 7. California Institute of Technology 8. University of Michigan — Ann Arbor 9. University of Texas — Austin (Cockrell) 10. Cornell University 11. University of Southern California (Viterbi) 12. Texas A&M; University — College Station (Look) 13. Purdue University – West Lafayette 13. University of California — San Diego (Jacobs) 15. University of California — Los Angeles (Samueli) 15. University of Wisconsin — Madison 17. Princeton University 18. Columbia University (Fu Foundation) 19. Harvard University 19. University of California — Santa Barbara 21. Northwestern University (McCormick) 22. University of Maryland – College Park (Clark) 23. Pennsylvania State University — University Park 23. University of Pennsylvania 25. Johns Hopkins University (Whiting)

Engineering rose four places from 27 in 2009.

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