The School of Public Health-Bloomington is ranked among the top 50 best public health graduate schools.
The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington (IUSPH-B) has risen in the U.S. News & World Report rankings to 41 out of 188 top public health schools and programs. According to the U.S News & World Report website, "Each school's and program's score reflects its average rating on a scale from 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding), based on a survey of academics at peer institutions."
"Our faculty and staff have worked incredibly hard to create a curriculum that is both rigorous and relevant," says SPH-B Executive Associate Dean Carrie Docherty. "We have a unique opportunity to train the next generation of public health professionals, and we are working diligently to assure that they have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet the challenges that lie ahead."
The School of Public Health-Bloomington was accredited in 2015 and was first eligible for ranking in 2019, when it was ranked 46 out of 177 public health schools and programs.
"Rankings are only one measure of success, but they provide important evidence that our efforts are recognized and acknowledged," says School of Public Health-Bloomington Dean David Allison. "As we continue to grow our programs, continue to recruit the best and brightest faculty, staff, and students, and continue to strive for excellence, I have no doubt we will see our ranking rise further."