Ranking Highlights from 2002-2003
National Science Foundation NSF:
BYU ranks 29th out of more than 2,000 universities in the number of graduate students who go on to receive science and engineering doctorates. Six BYU students received half-million dollars in graduate school scholarship money.
BYU ranked 16th in nation with enrollment of 111 freshman Merit Scholars in 2002.
National Survey of Student Engagement:
BYU ranked in the 99th percentile in categories of: “Supportive Campus Environment,” 93rd in “Level of Academic Challenge,” 91st in “Active and Collaborative Learning” and scored extremely high in answers to questions pertaining to the quality of relationships students have with faculty.
US News and World Report:
J. Reuben Clark School ranked 37th among the top 50 law school in the nation. The Marriott School’s graduate business program ranked 29th among top 50 business school programs and the undergraduate business program ranked 38th in the nation. BYU ranked 30th in "Great Schools at Great Prices" and was in the top 10 in category for least student debt.
Wall Street Journal:
Ranked BYU 38th, up from 41st, in top business schools worldwide.
Editor & Publisher’s 12th Annual Interactive Newspapers Conference & Trade Show:
NewsNet won recognition as the best college online news service in the nation for the third year in row. Received the 2001 EPpy Award at show.
National Association of Home Builders (NAHB ):
BYU’s Construction Management students won all four categories, with tops honors and in both individual and team events, of competition at NAHB’s annual competitions.
National council Licensure Examination (NCLEX):
BYU College of Nursing graduates rank among top 10 percent in country with student pass rate to become registered nurses.
Engineering News Record:
BYU's construction management programs is ranked fifth largest in the nation.