Study.com Ranks Lee Online Among Nation’s Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Friday, September 13, 2019 - by Cana Copper, Lee University

Lee University’s online bachelor degree program was ranked #23 in the nation by Study.com, an online distance educational website.

According to Study.com, all universities on the list are regionally or nationally accredited and provide online programs that “stand out” from the rest in terms of offered programs, student resources, and financial aid, as well as providing high quality, affordable, and accessible online bachelor's degree programs.

According to Study.com, “Any of the online bachelor's degree programs found on this list would be an outstanding choice for anyone looking for a flexible option to continue with their education.”

Lee University has been offering online classes since 1999, with the first bachelor's degree programs beginning in late 2000s.  According to Dr. Josh Black, executive director for Lee’s Division of Adult Learning, the university strives to make its programs as affordable as possible by giving discounts to those enrolled in a theological program, as well as to those who serve or have served in the military or are currently employed as a first responder.

“Lee University is a special place that has an unmatched campus experience,” said Dr. Black. “The Lee University Online faculty and staff work to facilitate a world-class online experience for our hundreds of Lee students that are studying around the world. Working professional students from Seattle, Tampa, and Nairobi can all study and attend chapel virtually as they pursue their degree from their homes during their busy lives.”

“We evaluated hundreds of online bachelor's degree programs for this list and selected Lee University based on academic and career resources for online bachelor's students, the quality of education, faculty, and more,” said Kathryn Jorawsky, content strategist with Study.com.

Study.com's online degree rankings emphasize accessibility, affordability, and quality of education, which they consider the most important attributes in school rankings. Study.com helps over 30 million students and teachers improve their educational journey. Study.com’s belief is that everyone has the right to an affordable, quality education.

To learn more about Study.com visit https://study.com/

 

Lee University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, and it offers six different fully-online bachelor's degree programs. The online options are Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in Bible and Theology, Business Administration, Christian Studies, Criminal Justice, Ministry Leadership, and Liberal Studies. Additionally, the school offers online graduate programs in Business Administration, Marriage and Family Studies, Ministry Studies, and Music Education.

 

For more information about Lee’s ranking, visit https://study.com/resources/best-online-bachelors-degrees

 

For more information about online courses, watch the Lee University Online Course Tour at https://vimeo.com/344320101/cc0b0465cd or visit http://leeuniversity.edu/adult-learning/

 


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