US News' 2019 best online MSN programs

U.S. News & World Report released its annual rankings for the best online education programs Jan. 15.

The 2019 rankings evaluated 1,545 programs, up from 1,490 programs last year, in disciplines like nursing, education, business and engineering.

"Online programs can offer a flexible learning environment for students who have to balance classes with working a full-time job, caring for their family or other responsibilities," a U.S. News managing editor said in a statement. "The Best Online Programs rankings allow students to compare accredited programs and find those that best fit their education interests and career goals."

For the 2019 Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs rankings, U.S. News evaluated nursing schools on five weighted categories, including faculty credentials and training, engagement, and services and technologies.

U.S. News' top 11 universities with the best online graduate nursing programs, including ties:

1. Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore)
2. The Ohio State University (Columbus)
3. St. Xavier University (Chicago)
4. Rush University (Chicago)
4. University of Colorado (Aurora)
6. Duke University (Durham, N.C.)
6. George Washington University (Washington, D.C.)
6. Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston)
6. University of South Carolina (Columbia)
10. The Catholic University of American (Washington, D.C.)
10. University of Cincinnati

To access the full list, click here.

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