The University of Washington was ranked tops in the country for primary care in the latest graduate-program analysis by U.S. News & World Report. The university was also ranked highly in education, law, business and engineering.
The UW School of Medicine had held the top primary-care ranking for 19 years in a row before it fell to second place last year. The magazine also gave the UW a No. 10 ranking for medical research.
The magazine ranked the College of Education seventh, the Law School 24th, the Foster School of Business 25th and the College of Engineering 26th.
A number of its doctoral programs also received high marks, including a ranking of third for statistics and sixth for computer science.