Ranking Highlights from 2004, 2005
National Survey of Student Engagement:
BYU ranked 90th percentile or higher in categories of: “Supportive Campus Environment,” “Level of Academic Challenge,” “Active and Collaborative Learning” and scored extremely high in students’ overall satisfaction with their BYU experience.
US News and World Report (2004):
J. Reuben Clark School ranked 31th among the top 50 law school in the nation. The Marriott School of Management ranked 29th in the nation and Marriott School’s undergraduate business program ranked 36th. BYU ranked second tier in the category of “Best National Universities,” 16th in category of “Great Schools at Great Prices” and 11th with the least student-incurred debt. College of Nursing ranked 59th.
National council Licensure Examination (NCLEX):
BYU College of Nursing graduates consistently score 90-100 percent in student pass rate for National Council Licensure Examination and Nursing Practitioner Certification Exam.
Wall Street Journal:
Ranked BYU 26th, up from 38th, in top business schools worldwide. Marriott School of Management ranked fifth among regional business schools. Marriott School also ranked second in national category “best for hiring graduates with ethical standards” and fifth for excellence in accounting.
Ranked BYU as second-best value in American private education.
The Princeton Review:
Awarded BYU top spot in the categories of “great college library” and “stone-cold sober,” sixth in “best quality of life” and 7th in “happiest students.” J. Reuben Clark Law School ranked fourth in “overall academic excellence.”
Institutional Research and Evaluation Inc.:
Named BYU safest campus in the nation for schools of its size.
Marriott School of Management’s MBA ranked 49th in the world, moving up 26 spots.
US News and World Report (2005):
J. Reuben Clark School ranked 34th among the top 50 law school in the nation. Marriott School of Management ranked 39th in the nation. Marriott School’s undergraduate business program ranked 38th and Accounting program ranked 6th in nation. BYU ranked second tier in the category of “Best National Universities,” 25th in category of “Great Schools at Great Prices” and 9th with the least student-incurred debt. The BYU College of Nursing ranked 58th overall, and the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering ranked 81st among graduate engineering programs, with mechanical engineering ranked 53rd and electrical and computer engineering ranked 68th.