It makes sense that nearly 90 percent of students at Clarkson take at least one online course each semester — the school works hard to provide an impactful distance learning experience, whether students are pursuing a degree entirely online or just taking an online class or two. Clarkson provides an Online Education Manual for distance learners that covers everything from test proctor requirements to local hotel accommodations, and students enjoy a well-developed eLearning environment known as the "Online Campus." Since its founding in 1888, Clarkson has focused on providing education in healthcare, and the school's online bachelor's degrees reflect that; distance learners can pursue degrees in healthcare business, healthcare services, and medical imaging, or complete an RN to BSN program.
By BVS Staff
Welcome to our best value ranking of online colleges in Nebraska.
Despite being one of the country’s least populous states, Nebraska is home to a more than respectable total of 25 institutions of higher education. And because the state’s population is spread so thinly across the state, online learning is a popular choice for students. As such, more than a dozen of Nebraska’s colleges and universities offer online learning options. Of those online-accessible schools, we’re bringing you the 5 “best value.” These top 5 colleges all earned at least 70 points (out of 100) in our ranking.
|1||Clarkson College||Omaha, NE|
|2||Chadron State College||Chadron, NE|
|3||Peru State College||Peru, NE|
|4||Bellevue University||Bellevue, NE|
|5||Nebraska Methodist College of Nursing & Allied Health||Omaha, NE|
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