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Anderson Once Again Listed Among Nation's Best Online Programs
January 13, 2020
Anderson University US News and World Report Best Online Programs
U.S. News & World Report ranked Anderson University’s online bachelor; graduate business and business administration; graduate education; and graduate nursing programs on this year's Best Online Programs list. 

 

Anderson University has some of the best online programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs ranking for 2020. 

U.S. News & World Report provided high marks for Anderson University’s online bachelor; graduate business and business administration; graduate education; and graduate nursing programs. 

(See full list of Anderson University rankings below.)

“Creating excellent online learning experiences for students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels is a priority for Anderson University,” said President Evans P. Whitaker, Ph.D. “We are thankful once again for this recognition by U.S. News & World Report, but we’re never satisfied. We will continue improving our online programs, and offering new academic disciplines, so that Anderson remains a state and national leader in the field.”

The U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs 2020 rankings for Anderson include:

  • Online Bachelor Programs: No. 3 in South Carolina; No. 2 among private institutions in South Carolina; No. 1 in Upstate South Carolina; No. 80 nationally 
  • Online Graduate Business Programs: No. 3 in South Carolina; No. 2 among private institutions in South Carolina; No. 3 in Upstate South Carolina 
  • Online Graduate Business Administration Programs: No. 4 in South Carolina; No. 4 among private institutions in South Carolina; No. 2 in Upstate South Carolina 
  • Online Graduate Education Programs: No. 3 in South Carolina; No. 1 among private institutions in South Carolina; No. 2 in Upstate South Carolina; No. 120 nationally 
  • Online Graduate Nursing Programs: No. 3 in South Carolina; No. 1 among private institutions in South Carolina; No. 1 in Upstate South Carolina; No. 66 nationally