CSU-Global's bachelor's degree ranked in top ten by U.S. News
As part of U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of top universities, the publication ranked Colorado State University-Global Campus’ online bachelor’s degree 9th in 2018, up from a rank of 15th in 2017.
“Our continued position in offering one of the top online bachelor’s programs in the country demonstrates our commitment to providing students with a high quality educational experience,” said Dr. Jon Bellum, provost and executive vice president at CSU-Global. “With a decade of leadership in online education, CSU-Global has been a pioneer working to create top-notch online programs linked to employer needs. This ranking reflects the hard work and ingenuity of our faculty and the tenacity of a diverse group of adult learners from across the country and the world.”
In addition, CSU-Global’s Master of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration ranking was 13th in 2018, rising from 14th in 2017. CSU-Global was also ranked for its graduate business (non-MBA) and education programs.
Criteria for the U.S. News & World Report’s online degree rankings include data specific to student engagement, faculty credentials and training, and student services and technology.
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