Online Programs Once Again Earn National Honors
For the sixth consecutive year, Herzing University Online learning programs are being recognized among the best in the United States.
The university, an accredited private nonprofit institution with a growing online education division and 10 campuses across seven states, has learned that U.S. News & World Report is recognizing its Online Bachelor’s Programs as being among the top 100 in the nation. The university’s online MBA and Masters of Science in Nursing programs are also listed among the best for 2018, for the fifth year in a row.
“Online academic programs and other flexible options allow busy adult learners to advance their educational and professional goals,” Herzing Online President Nigel Longworth said. “In today’s fast-paced society, we have to meet our students where they need us, which is why Herzing has many online offerings in addition to hybrid programs that combine online and on-campus coursework.”
The U.S. News & World Report ranking system takes into account the publication’s research data on education, as well as quantitative measures education experts use to identify academic quality, including the widely used Carnegie classification. Ranking factors include student engagement, faculty training, student services and others, and demonstrate Herzing University’s dedication to innovation in education and providing comprehensive resources for online learners.
Herzing University is known for its nursing, healthcare, technology and business degree programs with flexible schedules and a supportive learning environment. Herzing helps students maximize their prior learning and professional experience toward academic credits and offers several degree pathways from an associate to a bachelor’s to a master’s degree.