New England Institute of Technology

 

U.S. News and World Report has named New England Institute of Technology (NEIT or New England Tech) one of the best online programs in its 2019 Best Online Programs report.  New England Tech Senior Vice President and Provost announced that U.S. News rated NEIT as the #1 online program in Rhode Island, #3 in New England and #49 in the nation.  This is an outstanding honor for a local college competing against respected institutions like the University of North Carolina, George Washington University, Drexel University and Florida State University.  New England Tech’s online program was rated higher than those offered at Drexel University, Florida State University and the University of Louisville.

This is a significant achievement.  Students and working adults who need a flexible schedule rely on the U.S. News Best Online Programs report when searching for the right college or university to complete their degree or advance their career.  Many use the U.S. News ranking along with colleges’ course offerings, tuition and online services to guide them in selecting the right online program for them.

U.S. News reviews only degree-granting programs offered predominantly online at regionally accredited colleges and universities.  It considers faculty credentials and training, student engagement, technology and student services.  For more information on the methods U.S. News uses to rank colleges and universities for its Best Online Programs report, visit www.usnews.com/online.

 Dr. Sherman wrote, “Online learning is an integral part of higher education.  The Best Online Programs rankings can assist prospective students as they begin their search for an accredited program that suits both their academic and career goals as well as their work and personal schedules.  Our faculty and instructional designers have worked diligently to provide our students with high quality, rigorous programs along with 24/7 technical support.  We are proud to have earned these prominent rankings by U.S. News & World Report.