Other Education Programs Pages
1. Public Health
2. Health Administration
3. Public Policy
4. Politics of Health Care
5. Health Law
6. Health Economics
7. Medical Sociology
9. Health Care Professionals
10. Criminal Justice
- Syllabus Library (KaiserEDU.org). The Syllabus Library provides an opportunity for faculty to share syllabi for health policy courses. Each entry identifies the school, the professor and the course name and provides a link to the course syllabus.
- Academic Ranking of World Universities (Shanghai Rankings). Includes World Top 500 Universities and World Top 200 Universities in 5 different fields: Natural Sciences and Mathematics (SCI); Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences (ENG); Life and Agriculture Sciences (LIFE); Clinical Medicine and Pharmacy (MED); and Social Sciences (SOC). Rankings are based on various criteria, including alumni performance, staff performance, journal citation rates and research funding.
- QS World University Rankings (Quacquarelli Symonds). Reputation accounts for half of a university’s Q score; 13 other performance indicators also influence the rankings. Rankings are offered in 30 subjects, including Medicine, Biological Sciences, Psychology, Pharmacy & Pharmacology, Law, Economics & Econometrics, Sociology and Politics & International Studies. QS provides U.S. News and World Report with its 400 “World’s Best Universities.”
- Times Higher Education World University Ranking. This includes THE World University Rankings–based on 13 performance indicators in five categories–and THE World Reputation Rankings, created using the world’s largest invitation-only survey of academic opinion. THE-WUR can be sorted based on five broad categories of indicators: teaching (30%), research (30%), citations (30%), international outlook (7.5%) and industry income–innovation (2.%). Figures in parentheses denote weights used in the overall index.
- Meta University Ranking 2012/13. This combines the three major university rankings – ARWU (Academic Ranking of World Universities), QS (QS World University Ranking) and THE (Times Higher Education World University Ranking) – and averages them to provide a more objective view about which colleges really stand out.
- University Ranking Watch. A blog that critiques various ranking systems.