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KNOXVILLE — Eight University of Tennessee programs and departments are listed in the latest U.S. News and World Report rankings of top graduate programs.

The College of Business Administration’s graduate curriculum in supply chain and logistics is ranked 13th in the U.S. In 2001 the college’s undergraduate supply chain and logistics program was ranked 7th in the nation.

The College of Social Work’s overall graduate program is ranked 28th in the U.S. The UT College of Education, Health and Human Science’s graduate program is ranked 40th in the nation in this year’s report.

The UT Law College’s specialty in clinical training is ranked 23rd in the nation. The master’s program in audiology is 30th, and speech pathology is 32nd.

The UT College of Engineering also has graduate programs ranked in the top 50, with materials engineering at 47th place and civil engineering ranked 50th.

The graduate programs in physical therapy at the UT Health Science Center in Memphis are ranked 64th.

The news magazine’s annual rankings will be available on newsstands soon, but are posted to the U.S. News and World Report Web site at