|MSU Texas programs rank high on online lists|
The online ranking site Top Management Degrees has ranked Midwestern State Universityís Master of Business Administration 10th in a nationwide list of the .
The site evaluated approximately 950 schools, with accreditation as a requirement, and then ranked them according to estimated base tuition cost for the entirety of the degree.
The college-ranking website Affordable Colleges Online recently ranked several graduate and undergraduate MSU Texas programs high on its lists with four programs in the top 10 and four ranked within the top 15 of universities nationwide for 2019.
In its 2018-2019 list, the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences at MSU Texas ranked seventh.
MSU Texasí online masterís in nursing placed ninth on AC Onlineís list. All schools on this list are fully accredited.
The masterís in health administration placed 10th on the list.
MSU Texas also ranked 10th on the list.
The Master of Education in Sport Administration placed 11th in the list.
The masters in special education was ranked 11th on the list.
The list ranked MSU Texasí Master of Education in Educational Leadership at 14th.
The online RN to BSN program ranked 22nd in the top 50 list.
In a general list of the nationwide, MSU Texas placed 45th.
AC Online ranks accredited public and private not-for-profit institutions according to average in-state net price, online programs available, student-teacher ratio, and other factors.
Online Masters reviewed every online Master in Health Services program in the U.S. and consulted with industry experts, hiring managers, current students and alumni to identify the MSU Texas ranked 17th, with an additional honor for Best Program Tracks.
Value Colleges recently released its ranking of the , and MSU Texas placed 24th. The listing points out the many scholarship opportunities for students, including The Priddy Foundation Scholars program, and mentions the newly established Canan Food Security Scholarship, which ensures MSU Texas students have access to meals.
Nursing Schools Almanac ranked MSU Texas 56th in the nursing schools in the Southwest and 39th in the nursing schools in Texas. The site ranked more than 3,000 schools nationwide by academic prestige, program depth/breadth, and student success on the licensure exams.