USD Health Sciences Online Programs Nationally Ranked
USD’s online health care education offerings were described as the No. 6 overall online programs in the nation by Affordable Colleges Online. The rating specifically recognized USD online programs in public health (in partnership with South Dakota State University), addiction studies and health sciences as being noteworthy among the nation’s best online health programs. Brigham Young University topped the list.
Two other rating services determined the USD online bachelor’s degree in health sciences is one of the nation’s superior online programs, and both ranked USD as among the top four programs in the United States. Bestcolleges.com listed USD No. 3 and Health Science Degree Guide ranked USD No. 4 nationally. University of Missouri topped one rating, and Arizona State University was atop the other.
The online RN to BSN (registered nurse to bachelor's in science/nursing) program at USD was rated as the No. 16 best online nursing program in the nation by Top 50 Online RN to BSN Programs. The rating noted the USD program offers three tracks, creating a versatile approach for nurses looking to expand their training and expertise. The top-ranked RN to BSN online program in the country was offered by Ohio State University
USD was the only university health care school in the upper Midwest to be recognized among the top online rankings.
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