Once again, Midwestern State University is ranked in
multiple nationwide best-of university lists, including a first-place ranking for
its radiologic sciences program. MSU also came in seventh in an America
Unraveled list of the Top Ten Schools in the Texas Public University System.
MSU’s radiologic science program first in the nation of online radiologic
science programs using six weighted requirements:
tuition, 20 percent;
rate, 10 percent;
based on the admissions rate, 10 percent;
prominence, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded by the
school in 2014-15 were in this particular subject, 30 percent;
subjects, based on the number of similar programs that the school offers at any
level, 15 percent; and
of degree levels, based on the number of degree and certificate levels out of a
possible nine that the school offers in this particular subject, 15 percent.
“Midwestern State University earns first place by
achieving all around solid scores in our rankings,” the site states. Also
mentioned are MSU’s “strong commitment” to its student body, and the choice of
degree plans for radiologic sciences. The site used data from the National
Center for Education Statistics, the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data
System, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, and other sources. The
complete list may be found at onlinecolleges.com/health/radiologic-science.html.
Unraveled ranked MSU seventh in its Top Ten Schools in the
Texas Public University System. The site, which ranks destinations, activities,
and food, among other listings, calls itself a “virtual travel machine designed
to do one thing: assist you in discovering the thousands of historic places
making America great.”
The site compared tuitions to come up with “ten
fantastic college options in Texas that do not come with a huge price tag when
compared nationally to other public universities,” the site states. The
complete list may be found at americaunraveled.com/the-top-ten-schools-in-the-texas-public-university-system/2/.
placed MSU 12th in its 2016 list of Most Affordable Undergraduate Business
Schools. The site not only considered out-of-state tuition but also
accreditation of the university and of the business program. MSU’s Dillard
College of Business Administration is accredited by the Association to Advance
Collegiate Schools of Business.
Other positive factors listed by the site are the
DCOBA building with investments in technology and the internship program that
gives students real-world experience. The complete list may be found at collegechoice.net/rankings/cheapest-undergraduate-business-schools/.
Masters in Health Care ranked MSU’s online master’s
degree in Health Services Administration at #16 nationwide in its list of the
Top 20 Best Online MHA Degree Programs. “This comprehensive, interdisciplinary
program offers one of the best and most affordable online health administration
master’s degrees anywhere, spanning business and finance, information
technology and organizational management, and medical law and bioethics,” the
Accreditation, related programs, peer assessment,
and affordability were criteria used in the ranking process. MSU was the only
Texas school in the 20 ranked schools. The complete list may be found at topmastersinhealthcare.com/best/online-mha-degree/.
compared universities by degrees to place MSU’s Sports Administration at #18 in
its list of Best Value Online Colleges for Sports Management degrees. The site
researched tuitions, then calculated academic strength using standardized
average SAT and ACT exam scores with respect to the total points possible.
Tuition data and academic strength scores were then entered in an internal
algorithm to determine value scores and rank order.
The complete list may be found at onlineu.org/best-value-colleges/sports-management-degrees.