Online Computer Science Ranked Among Top in the U.S.

Online Computer Science Ranked Among Top in the U.S.

In a February ranking, GoGrad.org ranked North Carolina A&T State University’s online master’s in computer science program No. 37 of 42 programs ranked in the United States.

N.C. A&T offers online master’s degree programs in information technology and technology management via A&T Online.

“Our faculty and staff work diligently every day to create and implement quality programs that generate learning opportunities beyond the traditional classroom setting,” said Provost Joe. B. Whitehead. “We are pleased that our efforts to provide our students with flexible options to pursue their diverse academic interests have yielded rankings like these.”

GoGrad.org collected and analyzed data from government sources, colleges and universities to identify the best not-for-profit, online graduate programs that offer students the best combined academic quality, accommodations, guidance and affordability.

To be ranked, colleges or universities must offer an online degree in an area of computer science and be a public or private not-for-profit institution. Scoring is determined by: the number of online graduate degrees available; cost of graduate tuition; availability of academic and career counseling services; the availability of job placement services; and GoGrad Peer-Based Value which calculates the overall value or “bang for your buck” of the online degree.

GoGrad.org is a website designed to help prospective graduate students select programs that align with their respective professional goals that accommodate their personal obligations, learning styles and budgets.