U.S. News Awards Top Honors to Belhaven's Online Program
January 28, 2022 (Jackson, Miss.) - U.S. News & World Report awarded national honors to Belhaven University Online. The University earned a top ranking in the category of Best Online Bachelor's Programs 2022.
Among all national colleges and universities both public and private, the institutions on this year’s list have the best online baccalaureate-level programs. Belhaven is ranked #4 among Council for Christian Colleges and Universities and included with prestigious colleges and universities that include University of Florida, Arizona State University, Ohio State University, and University of Georgia.
President of Belhaven University Dr. Roger Parrott said, We wanted the same level of quality and integrity online, as our on-ground programs, while still allowing students the flexibility to balance the many demands of life. We hit the mark - and I'm thrilled that our aiming high has paid-off with national recognition by U.S. News & World Report."
According to U.S. News, highly ranked programs have strong traditional academic foundations based on student-instructor access, graduation rates and instructor credentials. They also excel at educating distance learners while offering robust career and financial support.
U.S. News evaluated schools based on four categories of engagement, services and technologies, faculty credentials and training, and expert opinion. Data was collected from both for-profit and not-for-profit schools. There is no distinction between the two in the rankings.
Belhaven University has one of America’s top online programs. With over 30 areas of study, students can earn an associate, bachelor, master, or doctoral degree through a flexible online format. Belhaven’s online degree programs are grounded in the Christian worldview curriculum and are taught by experienced faculty who are committed to the success of each student.
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