Most Educated President?


Determining which U.S. President was the most educated depends on what you consider to be the highest level of education. Most of the presidents completed undergraduate programs, and very few (mostly just some of the earliest ones) didn't attend college. Presidents that graduated from law school are: Rutherford B, Hayes and Barack Obama (Harvard Law School), William Howard Taft (University of Cincinnati College of Law), Gerald Ford and Bill Clinton (Yale Law School). William Henry Harrison went to medical school but did not graduate and Woodrow Wilson held a Ph.D from Johns Hopkins University. The only President to complete business school was George W. Bush (Harvard Business School).
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