Bryan College Ranked Among Best Online Colleges In Tennessee

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Bryan College was ranked #8 in the 2018 Best Online Colleges in Tennessee on GuideToOnlineSchools.com.  The ranking is based on affordability and academic strength. 

“This ranking is based on value” said Kelsey D’Ewart with SR Education Group. “We manually researched every regionally accredited online college in the state, taking into account both tuition and academic strength in order to determine the best value schools for students.” 

Bryan College offers affordable tuition rates and regularly updates curriculum to meet the needs of the job market. Bryan also offers extra value through the Bryan Difference Maker; a program through which qualifying Bryan graduates can earn a tuition-free master’s degree, said officials.  

“Bryan College has been a recognized leader in adult education for over 20 years,” said Dr. Adina Scruggs, dean of Adult and Graduate Studies. “As the overall education market has trended online, we have transitioned to this preferred modality while maintaining the quality standards expected from Bryan.  We are honored by this recognition of placement in the best online colleges in Tennessee.” 

Bryan College now offers seven online undergraduate degrees, 12 online graduate degrees, and two online graduate certificates. All online degrees are offered in an accelerated format to provide students the flexibility to work full-time and care for their families while earning a degree.

Learn more about online education at Bryan College.


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