Northwood University Receives Top 20 Ranking for Online Marketing Degree Program
Northwood University has received national recognition for its curriculum in TheBestSchools.org's "The 20 Best Online Bachelor in Marketing Degree Programs" list. The private, non-profit, business-focused university, known for its strong presence in online learning, as well as its full-service traditional residential undergraduate and graduate school of management programs, ranked 18th nationwide on this recently released listing. According to the announcement from TheBestSchools.org, Northwood University's program was selected "based on several weighted factors including academic excellence, course offerings, faculty strengths and reputation, including its reputation for online degree programs."
The BestSchools.org is a leading independent resource for prospective students seeking a college or university degree, either on campus or online. The site provides students with such information as accreditation, cost and "notable degree programs."
A selection of other ranked institutions on the organization's new "Best Online Bachelor or Marketing Degree Programs" list include the University of Alabama – Birmingham, Colorado State University's Global Campus, Regis University, Grand Canyon University, Southern New Hampshire University, Capella University and the University of Maryland College.
"Northwood University is honored to be recognized with the other notable institutions on this important list as we develop the next generation of business leaders," says Northwood University's President and CEO Keith A. Pretty.
"Flexible learning is critical to today's students and at Northwood our students can participate in online-learning within our traditional undergraduate degree tracks and our adult degree program, as well as our master's degree curriculum in Organizational Leadership through our DeVos Graduate School," Pretty adds. "The key to Northwood University's future success is achieving the right mix of traditional and non-traditional learning models. The availability of many different ways to complete a degree makes all the difference in their ability to succeed."