CBU Online Receives High Marks in 2020 U.S. News & World Report Rankings

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CBU Online, the Division of Online and Professional Studies at California Baptist University, placed high in multiple categories in the latest national rankings released by U.S. News & World Report (USN&WR).

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The rankings achieved in the veterans categories are a testament to CBU’s commitment to serving veterans and their families by providing accessible online programs and a supportive community dedicated to assisting students on their academic journey.

CBU Online, the Division of Online and Professional Studies at California Baptist University, placed high in multiple categories in the latest national rankings released by U.S. News & World Report (USN&WR).

CBU Online earned the No. 52 spot among online bachelor’s programs in the 2020 “Top Online Education Program”—the highest placement among California colleges ranked for best online bachelor’s programs.

CBU Online also ranked high in the USN&WR rankings for “Best Online Master’s in Education Program for Veterans” and “Best Online Bachelor’s Program for Veterans” as these programs earned a No. 23 and No. 34 ranking respectively.

Pamela Daly, vice president for Online and Professional Studies, said the rankings confirm CBU’s commitment to military populations seeking educational training.

“The rankings achieved in the veterans categories are a testament to CBU’s commitment to serving veterans and their families by providing accessible online programs and a supportive community dedicated to assisting students on their academic journey,” Daly said.

CBU Online faculty members also earned high marks in the USN&WR rankings. The Division of Online and Professional Studies faculty members received a No. 1 ranking for faculty credentials and training for online bachelor’s programs in addition to its Master in Business program and the several degree options within graduate education degree offerings.

Dr. Dirk Davis, associate vice president for academics at CBU Online, said the rankings confirm CBU’s commitment to providing quality instruction.

“The latest rankings support our mission to honor the Great Commission, serve others and respond to the student advancing their education who requires flexible, accessible, quality, purpose and market driven programs,” Davis said.

CBU Online currently serves approximately 5,000 students online through 23 undergraduate majors and concentrations, 16 graduate majors and specializations, and two doctoral programs in business administration and public administration.

For more information on the USN&WR rankings, please visit https://www.usnews.com/education/online-education/california-baptist-university-110361.

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