U.S. News and World Report ranked several of Troy University's online programs in its Best Online Programs rankings, which were released today.
Several of Troy University’s online degree programs have been recognized by U.S. News and World Report in its “2020 Best Online Programs” rankings, which were released on Tuesday.
TROY was ranked 52nd out of 353 universities in the “Best Online Bachelors Programs” overall category, and was ranked in the top 35 institutions in terms of “Best Online Bachelors Programs for Veterans.”
The rankings consider a myriad of factors, including engagement with students, services and technologies, faculty credentials and training and the opinion of experts in the field of higher education.
TROY was also included in the rankings for Best Online MBA, Best Online MBA for Veterans, Best Online Masters Business/Non-MBA, Best Online Masters Business/Non-MBA for Veterans, Best Online Masters in Criminal Justice, Best Online Masters in Criminal Justice for Veterans, Best Online Masters in Education, Best Online Masters in Education for Veterans, Best Online Masters in Nursing, and Best Online Masters in Nursing for Veterans.
“Troy University was a pioneer in online education, and we have continued to set high standards as we strive for academic excellence both in the classroom and through our online programs,” said Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor. “We are proud that we serve students around the globe, and we are committed to offering a quality academic experience for all of our students. This recognition from U.S. News and World Report is strong testimony to Troy University’s leadership in online education.”
To date, Troy University has awarded more than 21,000 online degrees, and 70-degree programs are offered completely online.