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Top 10 Best Online Colleges and Universities In 2018

best online colleges and universities in 2018


Looking for the best way to advance your career and increase your worth, but some certain things like family, work and where you live make schooling feel out of reach. Online College Education allows you to earn a degree while balancing life's other responsibilities.

The following list is our Top 10 accredited online colleges and universities

The University of Florida was launched in 2014 to provide both new and transferring students full-time, high-quality baccalaureate degree programs. Prospective Gators have an opportunity to study in one of 200 online programs with flexible learning options, world-class faculty, and a worldwide alumni network of 415,000 Gators.



Founded in 1963, this Orlando-based university is the largest post-secondary institution in the United States by overall enrollment, as well as undergraduate enrollment. UCF currently serves more than 63,000 students, many of whom are enrolled in online courses and degree programs through the school's robust distance learning program.

Established in 1898, this institution of nearly 25,000 students functions as a private research university. In addition to four Boston-area campuses, the university's 'Global Network' extends to satellite campuses in Charlotte, Seattle, Silicon Valley and Toronto. Northeastern also holds partnerships with education and research facilities in more than 150 countries.

Established as an extension center in 1936, the University of Alabama at Birmingham has added a robust virtual college internationally recognized for academic excellence, research, and innovation. The school offers a comprehensive catalog of fully online and hybrid degree and certificate programs. With working adults in mind, the virtual college offers students flexible learning options. Bachelor’s degrees offered fully online include programs in accounting, criminal justice, marketing, information systems, and finance.

Liberty University is a private, not-for-profit Christian doctoral research university with its main campus located in Lynchburg, Virginia. Launched in 1985, the school's distance learning program, Liberty’s online programs, follows a non-traditional academic timetable. Classes are 8 weeks in length, and there are eight start dates each year.

The second largest public university in the state of Florida, FIU's main campus is situated in the heart of downtown Miami. According to the school's website, more than 200,000 students worldwide have successfully completed web-based degree and certificate programs through FIU Online coursework. FIU's online business, engineering, MBA and bachelor's degree programs also earned spots on 2016 best-of rankings by U.S. News & World Report.



With nearly 52,000 students during the 2015-16 academic year, ASU is currently the sixth largest university in the U.S. by total enrollment. The Tempe institution also took first place in the 2016 'Most Innovative National Universities' ranking published by U.S. News & World Report. This recognition is largely due to ASU's groundbreaking distance learning program; currently the university offers more than 100 fully online degree programs.

Established in 1971, this private non-profit school is based in the capital city of Albany, New York. Excelsior, along with Thomas Edison State University in New Jersey (see #15) and Charter Oak College State College in Connecticut, are collectively known as the 'The Big Three' due to their lenient residency requirements for online students

Regis offers master's degrees in accounting, criminology, data science, education—with several areas of specialization—human resource management, and information assurance. The 36- to 42-credit online MBA program has several options, including specializations in finance and accounting, health industry leadership, and strategic management. The 30- to 31-credit MS in nursing also has several specializations, including family nurse practitioner and neonatal nurse practitioner. The 33- to 35-credit MA in education: teaching the linguistically diverse provides educators with the training necessary to help bilingual learners learn how to overcome challenges faced in English-speaking classrooms.



Brandman was founded in 1958 as a residential education center for Chapman University. Brandman's online programs are developed using the innovative Instructional Design for Engaged Adult Learning (iDEAL) model, which takes student flexibility and preferred learning methods into account. As a result, many of the school's courses are exclusively online and follow an asynchronous (or self-paced) timetable. A demo course created with iDEAL is available.

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