Reader Rankings – Higher Education

In a recent study completed by WalletHub, a personal finance website, Maryland ranked second highest on their nationwide list of most-educated states. (We’ll get you next time, Massachusetts!) The ranking is no surprise to residents, thanks to the 57 accredited two- and four-year colleges and universities serving more than 360,000 students. Community colleges may offer the perfect start for some, while others may head to four-year undergraduate programs. Others may want to continue their education with master’s, doctorate or law degrees. Upon completion, residents will be set to enter the state’s thriving workforce of more than 3.1 million.

Best Law School J.D. Program
1. University of Baltimore
2. University of Maryland

Best MBA Program
1. Loyola University Maryland
2. University of Maryland
3. University of Baltimore

Best Undergraduate Program
1. Towson University
2. University of Maryland, College Park
3. Loyola University Maryland
3. University of Maryland, Baltimore County