ATLANTA–The Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development’s (CEHD) online master’s degree programs have been ranked No. 35 in the country in the U.S. News & World Report 2020 Best Online Education Programs rankings released on Jan. 14.
U.S. News & World Report calculated the best online master’s degree programs based on engagement between instructors and students, online services and technologies, peer assessments from academic officials, student excellence, and faculty credentials and training.
“We’re very proud of the recognition given to our online programs this year,” said Paul Alberto, CEHD dean. “We recognize their importance as our students increasingly use many different course formats to complete their degrees in a timely manner and prepare for their future careers.”
The College of Education & Human Development offers students online master’s degrees in educational research, English to Speakers of Other Languages, health and physical education, instructional design and technology, mathematics education, science education and reading, language and literacy education.
For more information about the college’s online offerings, visit https://education.gsu.edu/academics/online-education-programs.
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