UMassD Rankings Rankings: UMass Dartmouth online programs continue to climb U.S. News & World Report rankings
UMass Dartmouth online programs continue to climb U.S. News & World Report rankings

Online bachelor's in business enters the top 10 nationally

The main entrance of the Charlton College of Business

U.S. News & World Report recently released their online rankings for 2024, ranking UMass Dartmouth programs among the best in the nation in 8 different categories, highlighted by the Charlton College of Business's online bachelor's in business programs placing #10 in the nation and second among all New England institutions, public or private. 

The university's online bachelor's programs ranked 81st overall, or among the top 23% of all qualifying U.S. universities with online bachelor's degrees. For veterans of the armed forces, these programs ranked 49th in the U.S. in a separate distinction acknowledging universities that help veterans lower the cost of school. 


Charlton College of Business online programs were ranked in four categories, each improving their standing year over year. The #10 online bachelor's in business ranking marks a 20-spot leap in two years and enters the college among the top 5 percent of U.S. online undergraduate business programs.

"Our rankings speak to the strength of our faculty, our students, and the support we receive from the university administration," said Charlton College of Business Interim Dean Steven White. "We're striving to maintain this upward momentum and continue delivering an exceptional educational experience."

The college's online MBA program moved up 16 spots from the 2023 rankings, placing #86 out of 352 eligible programs, or among the top 24% in the U.S. For veterans, Charlton's online MBA ranks #56, a distinction for universities that help reduce tuition costs for those who have served.

Among non-MBA online graduate programs in business, including MS programs in accountinghealthcare management, and technology management, Charlton ranks #60 out of 222 institutions.


The College of Engineering's online master's in computer science scored highly again, placing 42nd in the nation and 3rd among all New England public or private institutions.


The College of Nursing and Health Sciences' online master's in nursing ranked 36th out of 200 eligible U.S. programs, moving up 10 spots from the 2023 iteration and ranking 3rd in New England.

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