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The ranking of MSU’s online business programs rises in U.S News & World Report

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The College of Business at Missouri State has improved in the most current U.S. News & World Report rankings, the university reported on Monday.

In 2022, the university’s online business bachelor’s degrees held the No. 51 national ranking. In the 2023 ranking, they increased to No. 32.

According to a press statement from Elizabeth Rozell, associate dean of the College of Business, “We have several improvement projects in place to guarantee that we are offering industry relevant courses and programmes, as well as providing our students with outstanding value.” “That’s what makes our pupils prepared for the workforce,”

A yearly ranking is provided by U.S. News & World Report to aid prospective students in their programme study. Based on academic offers, course delivery, support systems, and affordability, the programmes are assessed.

The ranking criteria place a strong emphasis on value and chances for students to interact with their teachers and peers. It takes into account:

Student support services and technology.

Credentials and training of faculty and staff.

Expert opinions from high-ranking academic officials.

We take great satisfaction in the teachers, curriculum, resources, and students at COB, according to Rozell. Every year, we endeavour to improve the number of online programmes available to our students.

The top organisation for business programme accreditation, AACSB International, has granted undergraduate accreditation to the university’s College of Business.

These degrees are available to students who want to complete an online business or accounting programme: marketing, business analytics, finance, general business, information technology, and accounting.

A variety of undergraduate certificates and online minors are also offered.

The College of Business provides five approved online graduate degrees in accountancy, business administration, cybersecurity, information technology, and project management in addition to its online undergraduate programmes.

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