Three Michigan State University online graduate programs were ranked in the top 10 of programs across the country for 2023 by U.S. News & World Report.
“These rankings demonstrate the value of a Michigan State education and our institution’s foundational commitment to developing top notch educational opportunities for our students,” Michigan State University Deputy Spokesperson Dan Olsen said.
The Broad College of Business’ online non-MBA graduate program was ranked No. 6. This is the first time the program has made its way to the top 10, jumping six spots from its No. 12 ranking in 2022.
When looking at non-MBA online master’s programs for veterans, Broad ranks No. 3.
The College of Education’s online master’s program ranked No. 10 overall. The program also ranked in the top 10 for all four specific disciplinary areas the U.S. News & World Report recognizes.
The MSU College of Education program earned the No. 1 ranking for online master's in curriculum and instruction, No. 2 for educational administration, No. 6 for educational/instructional media design and No. 7 for special education.
“We produce really great educators to develop the teachers and educators of today and tomorrow for our K-12 systems and beyond,” Olsen said.
For the seventh year in a row, the College of Social Science’s online master’s program in criminal justice earned a top 10 ranking. The program earned a No. 6 ranking and was ranked No. 5 in 2022 and 2021.