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Hopkins and UM placed highly in U.S. News and World Report's graduate school rankings.

U.S. News and World Report deemed Johns Hopkins' nursing school the best in the country, up from second last year, in its annual graduate school rankings released Wednesday.

Lat year the nursing school tied for second with the University of California – San Francisco, which fell to third place this year. The University of Pennsylvania's nursing program placed second.

Hopkins's School of Medicine remained in a third place tie with the University of California–San Francisco and the University of Pennsylvania for research-focused medical schools. Hopkins's School of Education tied for second in the country with Harvard University, after finishing first the last two years.

The engineering schools at Hopkins and the University of Maryland, College Park also placed highly on the magazine's annual ranking list, at 21st and 24th, respectively.

cwells@baltsun.com

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