NGU Ranked in U.S. News 2018 Best Online Bachelor's Programs
For working adults with some college credit, completing a four-year degree online may be the most practical way to obtain the knowledge and credentials needed to boost their careers. The 2018 edition of the Best Online Bachelor's Programs can help prospective students select schools that are right for them.
The vast majority of students enrolled in these ranked programs have earned at least some college credit. Rather than first-time college students, they are more likely to be working professionals in their 20s to 40s looking to advance in or change their careers.
U.S. News ranks schools according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence. These four general categories are: student engagement, student services and technology, faculty credentials and training, and peer reputation.
Of the 346 schools included in the ranking, North Greenville University came in at 184.
NGU has been offering online bachelor's degree programs since 2013. All of the online classes are recorded and archived so students can access lecture material at their convenience.
In addition, NGU also placed on U.S. Newsí Graduate Business and MBA degree Best lists.
For information about NGUís undergraduate online programs visit www.ngu.edu/online.
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