The UF College of Education’s online Educational Leadership doctoral program has been ranked second nationally behind the University of Nebraska by Grad School Hub, an online resource for students applying to graduate schools.
The ranking is yet another boost for the Ed. Leadership program, which has its master’s degree track ranked No. 5
nationally by TheBestSchools.org, another online resource for aspiring graduate students.
Also, U.S. News and World Report lists the COE’s overall online learning program at No. 13 nationally.
Linda Eldridge, who supervises the COE’s campus and online Educational Leadership programs, said she was delighted to hear about the latest ranking.
“It’s a testament to our nationally recognized faculty members who attract quality students,” Eldridge said. “Our graduates go on to fill education leadership roles at the district and state levels in many parts of the country.”
Contacts Source: Grad School Hub.com. Liaison: Larry Lansford, director, College of Education Office of News and Communications; firstname.lastname@example.org; phone 352-273-4137. Writer: Stephen Kindland, College of Education Office of News and Communications; email@example.com; phone 352-273-3449.
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