Mason online programs trending upward in U.S. News rankings

College of Visual Performing Arts Computer Game Design class. Photo by Alexis Glenn

by Damian Cristodero

George Mason University has some of the nation’s top online programs as evaluated by U.S. News & World Report in its just-released 2019 rankings, with several programs making significant gains over last year.

Mason was ranked 24th in the category of information technology graduate programs; 39th (tied, and up from 56th in 2018) for non-MBA business graduate programs; 42nd (up from 115th last year) for education graduate programs; and 52nd for engineering graduate programs.

“The rankings demonstrate our faculty’s excellence, as well as Mason’s commitment to delivering high-quality programs in formats that are flexible and convenient,” said Michelle Marks, Mason’s vice president for academic innovation and new ventures. “We continue to develop online learning experiences that are meaningful for our students and enable them to achieve their academic and professional goals.”

Read more in The George.

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