Multiple UF Programs Ranked in U.S. News and World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate Schools
The University of Findlay’s College of Health Professions and College of Pharmacy once again made U.S. News and World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate Schools rankings.
From the College of Health Professions, the Occupational Therapy Program was ranked No. 93 in the nation, the Physician Assistant Program No. 158 and the Physical Therapy Program No. 208. Findlay’s Pharmacy Program ranked No. 108.
The 2021 edition of the graduate degree program rankings assesses multiple types of programs and specialties including business, law, medicine, nursing, engineering and education. Data for the rankings of all disciplines comes from statistical surveys of more than 2,081 programs and over 24,603 reputation surveys from academics and professionals between fall of 2019 and spring of 2020.
UF’s Occupational Therapy Program makes experiential learning a priority. Students will “learn by doing” in a variety of settings. With curriculum focused on community outreach and fieldwork, OT students have many opportunities to practice what they learn in the classroom in real life scenarios.
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program graduates have a 100 percent employment rate within six months of licensure, and is one of the few physical therapy programs in the state that offers early assurance to eligible high school students.
The Master of Physician Assistant Program provides medical knowledge, technical skills, experience in a variety of didactic and clinical settings and hands-on learning, including in the campus cadaver lab.
The Doctor of Pharmacy program is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. As one of the few 0+6 pharmacy programs in the nation, Findlay’s College of Pharmacy prepares you to be a knowledgeable, confident professional. You will gain experience through rural and urban community programs, in our on-campus telehealth center and by exploring a variety of careers during your final year.