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Old Dominion University has once again been rated as one of the nation’s top schools for distance learning, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Online Programs rankings. A particular point of pride for ODUOnline, which has a long history of working with military students and dependents, is the specific rankings for veterans. They are:

No. 48 Best Online Bachelor's Programs for Veterans (out of 101)  
No. 73 (tie) Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans (out of 95) 
No. 25 (tie) Best Online Master's in Education Programs for Veterans (out of 337) 
No. 18 Best Online Master's in Nursing Programs for Veterans (out of 25)

Additionally, ODU was included in an unranked list of Best Online Master's in Engineering programs for Veterans. Click here to learn more about ODUOnline's specific offerings for military students, veterans, and military dependents.

Other ODU rankings for programs that placed among the nation's best are:

  • No. 80 (tie) Best Online Bachelor's Programs (out of 384)
  • No. 40 (tie) Best Online Bachelor's Programs in Business (out of 228)
  • No. 93 (tie) Best Online Master's in Education Programs (out of 337)
  • No. 63 (tie) Best Online Master's in Nursing Programs (out of 194)
  • No. 115 (tie) Best Online MBA Programs (out of 358)

"Our longtime success is due to many factors, not the least of which are our talented and dedicated faculty, the support we've received from the administration and our amazing students," said Andy Casiello, associate vice president for distance learning.

To see the full online program rankings, visit the U.S. News & World Report website

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