Trio of Online MET Master’s Programs Earn Favorable U.S. News & World Report Rankings
For the 10th year in a row, three of Metropolitan College online master’s degree programs have been deemed among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
This year’s charge is led by MET’s online MS in Criminal Justice, which for 2023 is ranked #4 nationally among the Best Online Graduate Criminal Justice Programs, maintaining its run of consecutive top-4 ratings each year since 2015.
MET’s online MS in Applied Data Analytics, MS in Computer Information Systems, and MS in Software Development are collectively ranked #10 in the nation among 2023’s Best Online Master’s in Computer Information Technology Programs, continuing their run of consecutive years in the top-10 ratings, dating to 2015
MET’s online master’s degree programs in management—including the MS in Applied Business Analytics, the MS in Enterprise Risk Management, the MS in Global Marketing Management, the MS in Supply Chain Management, and the MS in Project Management—placed #9 among the Best Online Master’s in Business Programs (non-MBA).
“The rankings recognize BU’s leadership in online education and increase the visibility of our programs,” Dean Tanya Zlateva told BU Today. “The consistency of our rankings—across a decade—accentuates our unwavering commitment to providing the highest quality curricula, instructional design, student support, and academic resources.
Additionally, these programs were found to be of particular value to graduate students with a history of military service. The criminal justice program was ranked #6 for best program of its kind for veterans. The IT programs came in as the #11 best for veterans, and the business programs measured up as #17 for vets.
According to Dean Zlateva, these rankings evidence the degree to which MET and its educators reflect the College’s values.
“We continue to stay true to our mission, working hard to develop and present transformative professional education for our students even in the face of great challenges,” Dr. Zlateva said.
Read more at BU Today.