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CSU, Chico Online Bachelor Degree Programs Rate Well in U.S. News Survey
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U.S. News & World Report sent statistical questionnaires to 1,767 colleges and universities that grant bachelor’s degrees and received survey responses from 939 institutions. Only accredited, degree-granting institutions offering courses that are entirely online were considered in the rankings. There were 237 schools, including CSU, Chico, that reported offering online baccalaureate programs. CSU, Chico placed 75 among those 237 colleges and universities.
“CSU, Chico has a rich history of extending our degree programs through online and distance education technologies,” remarked Debra Barger, dean of the Center for Regional and Continuing Education. “This recognizes our 38 years of distance education management, our experienced faculty and our academic service staff that provide Chico online students the direct support they need to be academically successful and graduate. The U.S. News online academic programs survey, just in its second year, supports a long list of Chico State milestones in the field of distance education.”
CSU, Chico currently offers online bachelor degree completion programs in sociology, social science, liberal studies and nursing. During the 2011-2012 academic year, 237 students admitted to online degree programs at CSU, Chico were working toward earning their degree. Forty-two faculty taught online courses during that period. In addition to offering these online degree programs, the University also provides a robust schedule of wholly online courses to support students making progress toward on-campus degree programs.
For more information about CSU, Chico online degree completion programs, please visit the Continuing Education website, http://rce.csuchico.edu, or call 530-898-6105.
The U.S. News and World Report survey website and rankings can be found at http://www.usnews.com/education/online-education.