UNC Greensboro’s online master’s programs in nursing, education, and library and information studies have been recognized as some of the nation’s top online graduate programs according to rankings released today by U.S. News & World Report.
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) ranks No. 13 in the country and was the top-ranked program among North Carolina’s public universities. The MSN program offers concentrations in nursing administration and nursing education, and is uniquely designed for working registered nurses.
UNCG’s education and library and information studies programs rank No. 61 nationally among education graduate programs. UNCG’s School of Education offers three online master’s programs: the MEd in Birth-Kindergarten Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development, the MEd in Teacher Education with a concentration in Elementary Mathematics, and the Master of Library and Information Studies, with concentrations in school library licensure and instructional technology.
To learn more about graduate education at UNCG, visit grs.uncg.edu. For more information about UNCG’s online degree offerings, both at the undergraduate and graduate level, visit online.uncg.edu.