U.S. News & World Report names best online programs

iLynn and online graduate programs listed among nation’s best

Lynn University today received recognition in U.S. News & World Report's annual Best Online Programs for its online bachelor’s degree, MBA and graduate education programs. 

iLynn, the university’s affordable online undergraduate degree, moved up two places over the previous year to 126 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. Lynn was also ranked 174 in Best Online Graduate Education Programs and 179 for Best Online MBA Programs following a nod in 2016.

“We are dedicated to making higher education accessible to students with obligations outside of the classroom, and we’re honored that the U.S. News recognizes these efforts,” says Lynn President Kevin M. Ross. “Lynn’s iPad-powered learning allows students and teachers to communicate anytime, anywhere. This paired with our flexible and accelerated terms have led our overall MBA program enrollment to grow 21 percent over the past year.”

Today’s recognition follows Lynn’s fall 2016 ranking in U.S. News’ “Most Innovative Colleges” and “Most International Students” lists. U.S. News ranks schools based on quantitative and qualitative measures that education experts propose as reliable indicators of academic quality. 

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