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How to Rank Online Schools

For many years, students have relied upon various university and college ranking systems to compare the benefits that certain institutions of higher learning possessed. Each year, a new report of traditional colleges comes out to help students in there higher education options. There has not been such a ranking system for online bachelor's programs. According to U.S. News and World Report, they will begin collecting data for a ranking system for online bachelor's programs.


According to the article, the online programs must meet certain criteria to be considered. First, they must require students to complete eighty percent of the program online. This allows traditional colleges and universities that have online programs and blended courses to participate. Secondly, these online programs must be accredited through one of the regional accrediting agencies. This new rankings list will students to compare for-profit schools with other universities and make an more knowledgeable decisions about an online degree program.

You can read more at U.S. News and World Report


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