Two of Wright State’s online grad programs were recently ranked as some of the best in the country by U.S. News and World Report. The school had several other programs that were ranked further down the lists.

WSU online programs ranked among nation’s best

Two of Wright State University’s online graduate programs have been ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News and World Report.

The magazine ranked WSU’s master of education program 43rd among 275 schools for best online graduate education programs. The college’s master of information systems, logistics and supply chain management program ranked 63rd out of 139 for best online business grad programs.

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“These continue to be two fast-growing areas in terms of employment and strategic leadership in corporations, and we are proud of our graduates and their accomplishments,” director of the masters program in information systems and supply chain management, Don Hopkins, said in a release.

Three other WSU programs ranked further down the magazine’s lists.

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Wright State’s online nursing program ranked 94th among 116 schools, its online master of business administration program ranked 124th out of 255 and the college’s industrial and human factors engineering program ranked 56th among 94 schools.


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