GAINESVILLE, Fla. – University of Florida online degree programs saw new gains in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report rankings released today.
UF was recognized for maintaining its leadership role among the best online graduate programs, as the university’s online graduate engineering program climbed one spot and is tied for No. 15.
“I am pleased to see UF continue its excellent performance in the U.S. News online rankings list. It reflects the outstanding work being done by our faculty and staff and demonstrates that our students and the state of Florida overall are receiving a tremendous return on investment. UF Online, in particular, has been on a meteoric trajectory since it was created just six years ago,” UF Provost Joe Glover said.
UF Online Graduate Engineering Program Overview –
The UF EDGE program uses combined classrooms, with distance students participating in the same courses as campus students and having access to the same content. High-quality lecture videos are available online the same day of the live instruction on campus. UF EDGE faculty are the same research-active instructors for campus-based graduate students. UF EDGE brings a high-quality and affordable Masters degree education to students worldwide with full online delivery and no campus visits required.