“The growth and recognition of our online programs speak to the effectiveness with which we are equipping students to excel from anywhere in the world at any phase of their career,” said Jeff Goss, assistant dean and executive director of Global Outreach and Extended Education at ASU. “The vast majority of online students are working professionals who realize that we offer flexible, affordable educational access to new tech areas. Our programs are a great option for career advancement, and Fulton Schools alumni and graduates are demonstrating the value of their degree as they pursue and earn advanced engineering roles.”

The Fulton Schools offers online stackable credentials that students can apply toward attaining a graduate degree, giving students the chance to explore new tech areas based on their interest or industry-specific needs. And with innovation always at its core, students can look forward to digitally enhanced learning experiences as ASU explores using augmented reality and virtual reality to enhance the remote learning experience through digitally immersive environments.

U.S. News & World Report computed its rankings from among 112 schools offering online master’s degrees in engineering. Schools were ranked across five categories, including student engagement and access to their professors and instructors, faculty credentials and training, expert opinion, student services and technology, and student excellence.

At ASU, each online student is also offered individualized guidance from their first day of studies to graduation — including an enrollment counselor, a financial aid adviser, an academic adviser and a success coach. With career resources available beyond graduation, each remote learner is set up to reach their full potential.

See the complete list of 2022 Best Online Engineering Programs rankings on the U.S. News & World Report website.

Lanelle Strawder

Assistant director for marketing and communications, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering