U.S. News ranks four UNL online programs among nation's best
Released on 01/12/2016, at 2:00 AM
Office of University Communications
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Four University of Nebraska-Lincoln online programs have been recognized in U.S. News and World Report's 2016 Best Online Programs rankings.
The university's online graduate education, bachelor of science in applied science, master of business administration and master of engineering management programs continued their presence in the publication's annual national list of top online programs. This year's list was released today.
The highest ranked program came in the online Graduate Engineering Programs category, where UNL ranked No. 12 in the nation -- a 22-point climb from 2015 and a 29-point leap from its debut on the list two years ago.
"We have placed an increased emphasis on offering a degree of high value to working professionals," said Tim Wei, dean of the College of Engineering. "The rankings are a positive indicator that these efforts are being recognized."
UNL ranked No. 14 in the online Graduate Education Programs category. Programs represented in this category include family and consumer science education, educational administration, special education and German language education.
Continuing its annual presence among the top Best Online Graduate MBA Programs, UNL's master of business administration, administered through the College of Business Administration, climbed six spots to No. 15 nationally.
The university's bachelor of science in applied science landed at No. 86 in the Best Online Undergraduate Programs category.
These programs are among the more than 100 degree, certificate and endorsement online programs offered by the four campuses of the University of Nebraska system. More information about these and other UNL online programs can be found at http://online.unl.edu or at NU Online Worldwide, the university-wide distance education initiative, at http://online.nebraska.edu.
News Release Contacts:
- Steve Smith, News Director, University Communications