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Best For Vets 2016 Business SchoolsSchool of Business ranked No. 2 “Best for Vets” private school in the country

Park University’s School of Business has been selected the No. 2 “Best for Vets” business school in the country among private colleges/universities in the country, according to Military Times, an independent source for news and information for the military community, and its associated publications, Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times.

Park ranked behind only Syracuse (N.Y.) University on the list of private colleges/universities and was No. 12 overall, which includes public and for-profit schools. In addition, as a part of the rankings, Park was one of only eight schools to receive four stars out of a possible four in regards to both staff support and academic support.

“Best for Vets: Business Schools 2016” is intended to assist veterans find the graduate business degree programs that are fully equipped to provide them with the educational resources they need to succeed in a corporate business climate. Only institutions that offer graduate business degrees were considered for this review. The rankings focused on culture and curriculum that cater to military veterans, and the schools were evaluated in five categories: university culture, student support, academic outcomes and quality, academic policies, and cost and financial aid.


OnlineU BadgeOnline degree programs ranked for affordability

Six Park University online degree programs have been ranked among the most affordable online programs in the nation for 2016 by OnlineU, a free and comprehensive guide that enables students to compare online degree programs in the U.S., based on yearly tuition. The rankings include nonprofit private and public four-year and two-year colleges and universities. Park undergraduate degree programs in computer science (No. 18), early childhood education (No. 19), human resources (No. 23), marketing (No. 20) and psychology (No. 23) were ranked in their respective categories, as was the Master of Business Administration program (No. 24).