The University of Colorado Denver School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) was rated as one of the top 40 programs in the nation according to the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Online Graduate Education Rankings released today.
SEHD was ranked 36th nationally for Best Online Graduate Education Programs, the highest ranking education program in the state. Key factors in the rankings include student engagement, faculty credentials and training, student services and technology, peer reputation and admissions selectivity.
CU Denver currently offers four totally online education master’s degrees, including a master’s in Information and Learning Technologies and a master’s in Early Childhood Education. In addition, it offers eight online certificates and one online endorsement. It also offers a multitude of hybrid degrees, endorsements and certificates. Both on-campus and online classes encourage students to learn using the very technologies that they will employ as educators of the future.
“Our school seamlessly blends real and virtual spaces, giving students on-demand access to learning and collaboration resources,” said School of Education Dean Rebecca Kantor. “We are delighted our online programs have been recognized, and we have plans to continue to expand online choices so our programs are even more accessible to students locally and around the globe.”
The School of Public Affairs online Master’s of Criminal Justice (MCJ) program was also recognized in the rankings by U.S. News. The MCJ program was ranked 11th nationally.