Monroe, La. – The University of Louisiana Monroe’s online bachelor’s program in psychology was ranked no. 27 in the nation by CollegeSource.net.
The online psychology program provides students with a strong and diverse representation of the field of psychology.
A Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from ULM focuses on providing a multifaceted and diverse overview of the field of psychology. Students who complete this program will be equipped for graduate school or immediate field work.
The site ranking took into account several key factors to ensure that the student gets the best rate of return on your educational investment. The factors in determining the ranking were academic ranking, cost of tuition, and average first-year salary.
Other schools that made the list include the University of North Dakota (no. 31), University of Central Florida (no. 35), Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (no. 38), and Cleveland State University (no. 41).
ULM is well known for offering affordable education that provides prospective students the opportunities to pursue a college degree. In recent years, the online division, eULM, has become widely known across the nation not only for its low-cost but also for the quality of degrees offered.
“I am very pleased that the quality of ULM’s online programs has resulted in a high national ranking, and that the university continues to garner recognition,” said Dr. Eric Pani, vice president for academic affairs.
eULM is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, specialist, and doctorate degrees.
For more information about the ranking, visit, http://www.collegechoice.net/rankings/best-online-bachelors-degrees-psychology/
For more information about online programs at ULM, visit ulm.edu/eulm.