/ Modified jan 8, 2015 3:43 p.m.

UA, ASU Online Programs Rank Highly

Business programs, including MBAs at both schools, make top 50 in magazine's annual list.

Eller Online spot The Eller College online MBA website.


U.S. News and World Reports has released its annual rankings of online degree programs, and Arizona's two biggest universities were mentioned repeatedly.

The University of Arizona placed four programs, two of which are a part of the Eller School of Management:
-Best Online Graduate Business Programs (Excluding MBA) #16
-Best online MBA Programs #29
-Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs #36
-Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs #40

Arizona State University placed six programs:
-Best Online Graduate Criminal Justice Programs #2
-Best Online Graduate Business Programs (Excluding MBA) #3
-Best Online MBA Programs #4
-Best Online Bachelor's Programs #8
-Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs #14
-Best Online Graduate Education Programs #23

This is the first time the Eller online programs were eligible for ranking. Programs must have been in place for two years before the magazine considers them for ranking.

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