The University of Texas at Tyler’s online graduate and doctoral nursing programs have received national recognition from U.S. News & World Report, Dr. Linda Klotz, College of Nursing and Health Sciences dean, announced.
Out of 458 institutions surveyed, the publication ranks UT Tyler in the top three in Teaching Practices and Student Engagement. This ranking examines how supportive the university programs are of students and recognizes strategies to ensure
The achievement puts UT Tyler among major universities such as Yale University, University of Florida, Arizona State University, Duke University, Johns Hopkins University and University of Kansas.
Four categories are considered including admission selectivity, faculty credentials and training, teaching practices and student engagement and student services and technology, which UT Tyler also ranked in the top 50.
The UT Tyler master’s and doctoral programs currently enroll 200 students and 56 students, respectively.
For more information, visit www2.uttyler.edu/nursing/.
Teaching Practices and Student Engagement