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U.S. News & World Report ranks Charleston Southern among best online programs in nation

By Jan Joslin | January 24, 2023

U.S. News & World Report continues to recognize Charleston Southern University in its Best Online Programs for 2023 rankings in several categories.

Once again, Charleston Southern is the top-ranked program in South Carolina for Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans, ranking at No. 22 nationally. 

Overall, Charleston Southern is ranked No. 39 nationally for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. More than 1,800 programs were evaluated in compiling the U.S. News & World Report list.

“Charleston Southern Online is in the business of changing lives,” said Dr. Marc Embler, associate vice president for academic affairs. “Our faculty not only have high academic credentials but also extensive practical experience in their discipline. With this combination, students obtain their degree and skills to advance their career. High achieving academic programs integrated with faith is a powerful combination. CSU Online continues to maintain the highest quality standards and provide extra-mile service. We are focused on preparing graduates to succeed spiritually, intellectually, and professionally.”

CSU programs also ranking in the Best category include: Online Bachelor’s Programs in Business, the Best Online MBA Programs, and the Best Online Master’s Business Degree Programs (excluding MBA).Charleston Southern has been offering online bachelor’s degree programs since 2009.

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