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Online Programs Ranked 31st

The Georgia State University College of Education & Human Development’s online master’s degree programs were ranked No. 31 in the country in the U.S. News & World Report 2014 Best Online Education Programs rankings released on Jan. 8.

U.S. News & World Report calculated the best online master’s degree programs based on each school’s admissions selectivity, faculty credentials, student engagement and other factors.

“One reason our programs are ranked high nationally is because our online programs maintain the same high quality in terms of curriculum and in the caliber of faculty as is found in our on-campus programs,” said Joyce Many, associate dean of undergraduate studies and teacher preparation. “Georgia State’s programs are designed to support teachers’ abilities to make direct connections between what they are learning in our courses and their efforts to meet the needs of the diverse students in their classrooms.”

The College of Education & Human Development offers students online master’s degrees in educational research, science education, mathematics education, instructional technology and reading, language and literacy education with an emphasis on English for Speakers of Other Languages.

For more information about the college’s online offerings, visit http://education.gsu.edu/online-education.

For more information about the rankings, click here.