07 May 2015 University is No. 21 in Top 50 Online Graduate Schools
Texas A&M University-Commerce was named No. 21 in the GraduatePrograms.com 2015 rankings for the Top 50 Best Value Online Graduate Schools.
“It is very gratifying to see that our online graduate programs are receiving national recognition,” said Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Adolfo Benavides. “After all, Texas A&M University–Commerce was one of the pioneering institutions of higher education in Texas that sought to provide meaningful educational opportunities to those beyond our immediate geographical area by venturing into the then uncertain and unproven world of online education. Our faculty, staff and administrators have done an exceptional job of embracing, adopting and supporting technological innovations and our university will continuously renew our commitment to providing these high-quality opportunities to individual without geographical limitations.”
GraduatePrograms.org is an online ranking system that allows students to rate the various graduate programs based on their individual experiences. Their webpage features blog posts, reviews, ratings and rankings that are meant to help prospective graduate students choose the best program and school for them.
To determine the ranking order of the Top 50 Online Graduate Schools, GraduatePrograms.org assigned 15 different categories to each graduate program at each graduate school, including: academic competitiveness, career support, financial aid and quality of network. More than 1,600 schools were considered and evaluated. A&M-Commerce is one of only five schools that made the cut from Texas.
For more information on GraduatePrograms.org and their ranking system, visit http://www.graduateprograms.com/student-reviews-ratings/.