ATLANTA—Several Georgia State online master’s programs have been ranked as the best in the country, according to the 2022 Best Online Rankings released by U.S. News & World Report.
Online master’s programs in criminal justice, graduate education, curriculum and instruction, and educational/instructional media design received the “best of” designation by the publication, which ranks accredited online degree programs.
Georgia State’s overall graduate online education programs in the College of Education & Human Development are ranked 69th in the country. The college’s master’s in curriculum and instruction is ranked 21 in the nation and its educational/instructional media is ranked 13th.
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies ranked 22nd for its online master’s in criminal justice.
“Our goal is to expand educational access to students who want to earn a degree at a highly regarded research university like Georgia State,” said Kim Siegenthaler, associate provost for Online Strategies, “At Georgia State, we provide you with the flexibility you need and prepare you for success.”
Georgia State Online is an expansion of the academic legacy of Georgia State University. With more than 85 online program options spanning associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, Georgia State offers more online programs than any institution in the state.