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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is among the top 301 national universities cited in U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 edition of “Best Colleges.” B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration undergraduate programs were ranked 274 in the nation.

Other University graduate programs and schools cited are: business; part-time MBA; computer science; engineering; English; mathematics; and nursing doctorate. Several of its online programs are recognized: nursing (tied for No. 84); online bachelor’s programs (tied for No. 94); and online graduate education programs (tied for No. 180). At UL Lafayette, our students can explore opportunities in research and hands-on learning in a vibrant and diverse educational environment.

U.S. News & World Report’s best national universities include 190 public, 114 private and seven for-profit institutions, based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. UL Lafayette is classified as a doctorate-granting institution with the second-highest level of research activity.

The rankings are compiled based on a range of factors, including graduation and retention rates, faculty resources, social mobility and alumni giving. The 2019 edition of “Best Colleges” includes information on more than 1,800 colleges and universities in the United States. School profiles provide specifics on academic life, financial aid, and student body makeup. The guide also has rankings for almost 1,400 schools in a range of categories.

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