Pursuing an accredited online bachelor’s degree can help you take the next step in your career – without leaving your home. Through your program, you’ll attend online lectures, study from home, manage a busy schedule and interact virtually with professors and classmates.
An online college degree may appeal to those who want more flexibility in completing their education, or who want to take classes while working full time or parenting. Choosing where to enroll online will likely be challenging, but below you’ll find tools, advice and other resources to make your search easier.
Here Are Best Online Bachelor’s Degrees and Programs 2020
U.S. News evaluated several factors to rank the best online bachelor’s degree programs, including graduation rates, faculty credentials and support services available remotely.
|Rank||School||Tuition Per Credit||Financial Aid|
|1||Ohio State University--Columbus||$359||Yes|
|2||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University--Worldwide||$413||Yes|
|3||University of Illinois--Chicago||$462||Yes|
|4||University of Florida||$500||Yes|
|5||Oregon State University||$309||Yes|
|6||Arizona State University||$530||Yes|
|7||University of Oklahoma||$672||Yes|
|8||Loyola University Chicago||$693||Yes|
|9||Pennsylvania State University--World Campus||$555||Yes|
|10||University of North Carolina--Wilmington||$644||Yes|
Source: | U.S. News