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Charleston Southern top-ranked in S.C. for online programs

By Jan Joslin | February 29, 2024

Charleston Southern’s online bachelor’s programs and online bachelor’s programs for veterans are the top-ranked programs in South Carolina according to U.S. News & World Report’s best online programs list, released in February.

According to U.S. News & World Report, “Charleston Southern University′s online programs are among more than 1,800 programs surveyed by U.S. News. Only regionally accredited institutions whose programs are offered mostly or entirely online were evaluated.”

“Charleston Southern Online continues to change the lives of our students. We strive to deliver high quality academic programs that afford our students opportunities to start and advance their careers,” said Dr. Marc Embler, dean of the College of Adult and Professional Studies and associate vice president for academic affairs. 

“We are extremely proud to be ranked among the top institutions in the nation. Our faculty are experts in their respective fields, and their pedagogical aim is to help students use the knowledge gained in a practical vocation. These high-achieving academic programs become even more powerful when they are integrated with faith. CSU continues to maintain the highest quality standards and provide extra-mile service. We are focused on preparing graduates to succeed spiritually, academically, and professionally,” said Embler.

Charleston Southern also ranked among the top programs in the country for Best Online MBA and Best Online MBA for Veterans. 

In the fall, Charleston Southern made the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges list in Best Regional Universities in the South, Best Colleges for Veterans, and the Top Performers on Social Mobility.

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