U.S. News & World Report recognizes Lynn among best online programs

Online undergraduate program rises through rankings

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Lynn's iPad-powered curriculum supports learning both inside and outside the classroom.

U.S. News & World Report today released its Best Online Programs and ranked Lynn University in online bachelor’s degree, MBA and graduate education categories.

Lynn placed 202 of 285 in online MBA programs and 210 of 299 in online graduate education. It also jumped 42 spots for its online undergraduate degree programs, ranking 150 of 348.

“We worked hard over the years to build flexible, affordable and accelerated online programs that help make education accessible for busy adults, and it’s an honor to be ranked among the best programs in the nation,” said Lynn President Kevin M. Ross. “Our iPad-powered curriculum cuts costs from traditional textbooks and offers flexibility so students can stay connected anytime, anywhere.”

Today’s recognition follows Lynn’s fall 2018 U.S. News ranking for the most international students in the South. 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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