ASU Grad Program Nationally Ranked
August 20, 2014
One of three programs at Texas schools to make the list, ASU’s program ranked 12th overall. According to an official statement, “TheBestSchools.org selected Angelo State’s program based on several weighted factors, including academic excellence, course offerings, faculty strengths, and reputation, including reputation for online degree programs.”
Dr. John Miazga, dean of the ASU College of Education, said, “It is an honor to be recognized for the quality work of our faculty and staff. We strive to provide our students with high-quality programs that meet today’s work environment and the busy lives of our students. This recognition is a step in our quest to provide an opportunity for quality graduate education to all adult learners in an affordable and timely manner.”
The other Texas schools on the list are Sam Houston State University (15th) in Huntsville and Lamar University (18th) in Beaumont.
The full list and more details about TheBestSchools.org are available online at www.thebestschools.org/rankings/25-best-online-masters-educational-administration-degree-programs/.
This is just the latest national recognition for ASU’s online graduate education program, which in January was ranked No. 36 overall by U.S. News and World Reportin its 2014 edition of Best Online Programs. In May, ASU’s program was ranked No. 8 nationally by U.S. News for its 2014 edition of Best Online Programs for Veterans.
Also in May, ASU’s online master’s degree in educational administration was ranked one of the “Top 15 Best and Most Affordable Graduate Educational Leadership Programs” in the U.S. by Educational-Leadership-Degrees.com, a career advancement website for educators.
In July, ASU’s master’s degree in guidance and counseling was ranked one of the “10 Best Master’s in School Counseling Degree Programs” in the U.S. by TheBestSchools.org.
More information on all ASU’s graduate education degree programs is available at www.angelo.edu/dept/ci/.