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FSU online graduate education programs ranked No. 2 for veterans!

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Micah Chapman, alumnus

Florida State University ranked No. 2 in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 Best Online Programs for Veterans rankings.

“The College of Education is committed to student service, especially to those who have served our country,” said Marcy Driscoll, dean of the College of Education. “As an early pioneer in online education at FSU, we are excited to see our achievements earn this recognition and we are continuing to develop innovative programs that provide a quality education to students and veterans both on and off campus.”

To qualify for the Best Online Programs for Veterans rankings, an online degree program had to fulfill the following requirements:

  • They must belong to institutions that are certified for the GI Bill.
  • They must belong to schools participating in the Yellow Ribbon Program or to public institutions that charge in-state tuition for all out-of-state veterans.
  • They had to be among the top 75 percent of schools in the overall 2015 Best Online Programs rankings, which were released earlier this year. The College of Education ranked No. 2 in the nation for overall best online graduate education programs.

The College of Education currently offers degrees in educational leadership/administration, instructional systems and learning technologies and special education studies.

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