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U.S. News and World Report ranks IU Online programs No. 21 overall

<p>IU students walk on campus in-between classes. The U.S. News and World Report recently gave IU Online programs high rankings.</p>

IU students walk on campus in-between classes. The U.S. News and World Report recently gave IU Online programs high rankings.

IU’s online degree programs were ranked No. 21 in the U.S. News and World Report’s latest edition of Best Accredited Online Colleges of 2021, which was released Tuesday. 

The program moved up two spots from last year’s ranking.

The Kelley School of Business ranked No. 3 in the top online programs for the Master of Business Administration program, coming after the program had previously ranked highest on the list for two consecutive years. The program is No. 1 among two programs for veterans and ranks within the top 50 of online programs in other areas of business. 

The School of Education at IU and School of Nursing at IUPUI ranked among the top 50 online programs with additional top five rankings in specialty areas of education and nursing. Additionally, IU Online was ranked No. 17 for best overall bachelor's programs for veterans and No. 11 for the bachelor's program in psychology.

"IU is in the top 2% of online enrollment among U.S. institutions, and the latest rankings show that IU is a top-quality provider as well," Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs John Applegate said in a press release.

IU Online offers more than 170 online degree programs. It was established in 2012, offering new modes of learning technology in graduate and undergraduate programs for students.

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