For the second year in a row, Bowling Green State University’s Online Criminal Justice Master Plan has been ranked 12th in the country by the U.S. News and World Report Best Online Programs released on Tuesday.
Online undergraduate and academic programs through the university’s ecompus are also ranked 53rd and 72nd, respectively, and are the best in Ohio, and they have been named the 2021 U.S. News Best Online Programs. These projects were ranked 80th and 96th last year respectively.
“These rankings reinforce the fact that our students receive a world-class education at Bowling Green State University,” said Joe Provost, Jr. and Senior Vice President for Education and Student Affairs. Whitehead said. “As a public university committed to building the public good, we work every day to ensure that PGSU education is accessible in person and online, and prepare our graduates to lead productive and meaningful lives. This ranking reaffirms that we provide a high quality education , And commend our teachers and staff for their hard work and dedication to the success of the students.
“Our highly successful eCompus, which incorporates our online Criminal Justice Master program, will continue to meet the needs of our current and future PGSU students.”
PGSU offers students an eComps option, which includes seven weekly courses throughout the year with six different start dates. eCampus offers 21 degree programs and 15 certification / approval programs. So, even when taking part-time classes, students can earn the Master of Science for Criminal Justice within two years by taking the required 11 courses.
“We are delighted that any project affiliated with our campus will be recognized by the American News and World Report,” said Provost Paul Cesarini, Assistant Assistant to PGSU’s Online and Summer Education Programs. “In this regard, it is not surprising that the criminal justice system has always been very strong. It was ranked 12th last year. It is no small task. It has become a truly winning combination – a really strong presence in distance education in the region. “
Also, Alan W. and Carol M. PGSU’s Bachelor of Business Program at Schmidt’s College of Business was recognized by this publication in November as one of the best in the country. U.S. News & World Report ranked bachelor business program 180th in the country.
The university’s undergraduate computer science program was ranked in the U.S. in the preliminary rankings of undergraduate computer science programs in November. Ranked 230th by News & World Report.
U.S. to compile these rankings. News & World Report evaluates online programs and regionally accredited companies that offer a ranking degree.