Arizona State University’s graduate programs have been recognized by the U.S. News and World Report’s 2013 Best Graduate Schools, released Tuesday.

Sandra Day O’Conner School of law is ranked 26th among law schools in the country, moving upward from the No. 40th spot. It is ranked eighth in the country among public law schools.

The W.P. Carey School of Business' full-time M.B.A. program is currently ranked at 30th overall and its part-time evening MBA program is ranked 21st in the nation. Graduate programs in supply chain management and information systems are ranked fifth and 13th in the nation, respectively.

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College also moved up significantly, ranking 16th among public graduate schools of education and 26th over all. Last year, the school was ranked 25th and 35th in those categories.

Other high ranking programs include the school’s city management and urban policy program (2nd), printmaking (5), ceramics (7), and environmental policy and management (10).

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