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Our 2016 criminal justice rankings showcase the colleges offering the best online undergraduate criminal justice programs this year. We based our calculations on the quantifiable factors that we believe contribute to the ideal online learning experience: program cost; student-to-faculty ratio; and institutional financial aid, acceptance, retention, graduation, default, and default rate. Learn more

Top Online Criminal Justice Colleges

  1. RankSchoolStudent to
    Faculty Ratio
    Graduation
    Rate
    Retention
    Rate
    Acceptance
    Rate
    Enrollment
    Rate
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    Default
    Rate
  2. Rank
    1
    School

    Judson University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    50%
    Retention
    Rate
    72.26%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    70.69%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    38.58%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    6%
    Tuition
    $510 per credit hour online
    Address
    1151 N State St
    Elgin, IL 60123-1498
    (847) 628-2500
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Judson University’s criminal justice program is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or who want to advance an established criminal justice career to a management level. The Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice Management places an emphasis on leading and motivating people from a biblical perspective, providing service in an environment of shrinking budgets, and developing community-oriented strategies. Managerial leadership concepts that go beyond law enforcement are also taught.

    Course content is structured and designed by law enforcement professionals. The program consists of 46 hours of core curriculum required to earn the degree. Students are prepared for an array of possible careers, including:

    • Police Officer or Sergeant
    • Detective
    • Security Manager
    • Correctional Officer

    Online Experience

    Judson University delivers online courses through the Blackboard learning management system, which provides students access to blogs, wikis, forums, and other learning materials and assessments. Students also have access to Mahara, an open-source learning management software that combines an ePortfolio with a social networking system. IT support is available through an online portal, as well as via Twitter.

  3. Rank
    1
    School

    Norwich University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    56.72%
    Retention
    Rate
    74.96%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    63.49%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    30.62%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    5.20%
    +
    Tuition
    $375 per credit hour online
    Address
    158 Harmon Drive
    Northfield, VT 05663-1035
    (802) 485-2000
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Norwich University’s online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice is a degree completion program that addresses the role of military and civilian law enforcement as they pertain to public safety. Norwich is ranked in the top 100 Regional Universities in the North by U.S. News & World Report for undergraduate degrees in 2015 and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. The university has been affiliated with the U.S. military for nearly 200 year and is recognized by the Military Friendly Schools Academic Advisory Board.

    Students are offered opportunities to incorporate their professional experiences into their course of study and may be able to transfer up to 84 credits into the program. Online degree completion requires 63 credits, which can be taken over five trimesters, each of which is divided into two eight-week sessions. Full-time students can complete their degree in as little as two years.

    Online Experience

    Norwich University uses the Moodle online learning platform to provide an environment that promotes engagement in class discussions, networking, peer support, and one-on-one contact with faculty and staff. Assignment due dates are fixed from the beginning of a course. Students should plan to spend an average of 20 hours per week on coursework. Online resources are accessible at anytime, and a 24/7 access and technical support crew is available to help with the online learning platform.

  4. Rank
    3
    School

    Ashland University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    9/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    56.34%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.7%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    74.38%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    28.58%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    4.70%
    +
    Tuition
    $395 per credit hour online
    Address
    401 College Ave 206G Founders Hall
    Ashland, OH 44805
    (419) 289-4142
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Ashland University offers an online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree designed for the full-time professional. Ashland is recognized as a Yellow Ribbon school, which offers eligible veterans complete coverage of tuition and fees. The program is competitively priced, and all students receive a Google Chromebook and supplementary texts in eBook form as part of tuition costs.

    Curriculum is designed by law enforcement professionals and offered in the areas of criminal behavior, forensic science, sociology, and others. Each course lasts five weeks, and students may take one course at a time to help balance career and family commitments. Students complete 13 courses during the program.

    Online Experience

    Ashland delivers online courses through the ANGEL learning management system suite, which offers content sharing, communication, and collaboration with instructors and peers, and performance feedback. Some courses may require synchronous (live) class sessions, but much of the content and resources are provided in an asynchronous fashion and is available at anytime. Online courses begin ten times throughout the year, providing students with a flexible schedule in individual course completion.

  5. Rank
    4
    School

    Dallas Baptist University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.18%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.73%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    42.3%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    44.2%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    91%
    Default
    Rate
    6.90%
    +
    Tuition
    $775 per credit hour online
    Address
    3000 Mountain Creek Parkway
    Dallas, TX 75211-9299
    (214) 333-7100
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Dallas Baptist University offers an online Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Degree in Criminal Justice in a Christian-based environment. The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Completion of the program requires field-based service-learning participation, and 30 of the last 36 credits earned must come from DBU. Students must complete the following degree requirements:

    • Minimum 42 upper-level credit hours
    • Minimum of 12 credit hours in major in residence at DBU, 9 of which are upper-level
    • Minimum of 120 hours to graduate
    • Minimum GPA of 2.0 to graduate

    An inverted degree program offers the option to waive the 42 upper-level credit hours for students who have completed at least 24 hours of technical or occupational studies in a specific concentration. Additional college credit may be earned through test scores or military or corporate training.

    Online Experience

    DBU uses the Blackboard learning management system to deliver its online courses. Most classes meet multiple times each week, and many instructors require weekly participation in threaded discussions, as well as collaborative learning. All courses are asynchronous, and students can log in at anytime. Set dates or time ranges are provided for assignments and final assessments. Online courses are taught by the same faculty who teach on-campus.

  6. Rank
    5
    School

    Bay Path College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.5%
    Retention
    Rate
    72.26%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    57.6%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    25.81%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
    +
    Tuition
    $400 per credit hour online
    Address
    588 Longmeadow Street
    Longmeadow, MA 01106
    (413) 565-1000
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Bay Path University offers a criminal justice degree through the American Women’s College Online, a not-for-profit that has specialized in women’s education for 117 years. The university is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The degree offers five different associated majors:

    • Counterterrorism and Homeland Security
    • Emergency Management
    • Criminal Investigations
    • Criminal Justice Studies
    • Rehabilitation and Victim Advocacy

    Each major offers an array of possible career paths. The program is structured into six 6-week sessions per year, allowing students to complete degree requirements in one to three years. Students may transfer up to 90 credits and may also earn additional credit based on professional experience.

    Online Experience

    Bay Path’s courses are offered through SOUL (Social Online Universal Learning). The platform includes the unique application of KnowledgePath, a responsive learning tool that adapts to learners’ specific needs; it can suggest moving ahead or reviewing specific course information. Online students also have access to Academic Resource Collection (ARC), which provides articles and videos to support each course. Interactive features are being added soon to allow students to collaborate during a course.

  7. Rank
    6
    School

    Viterbo University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    46.81%
    Retention
    Rate
    80.92%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    70.6%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    25.17%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    5%
    +
    Tuition
    $430 per credit hour online
    Address
    900 Viterbo Drive
    La Crosse, WI 54601-8804
    (608) 796-3000
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Viterbo University’s online Criminal Justice Administration Bachelor of Science Degree is designed for students who are looking to make a career change or who are interested in advancing in criminal justice and law enforcement. The university is a Catholic, liberal arts institution that is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission North Central Association.

    Courses cover a range of areas, including but not limited to:

    • Criminology
    • Sociology
    • The American judicial system
    • Investigative techniques

    The degree prepares professionals for leadership positions in federal, state, and municipal agencies, as well as other security organizations.

    A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation. Students who transfer an associate degree, or 60 or more credits, can complete the degree requirements in two years. The program offers entry six times during the year, and classes may be taken on a full- or part-time basis. Online classes are structured in eight-week terms. Students should expect to spend 15 to 20 hours of study time each week per class.

    Online Experience

    Viterbo uses the Moodle learning management system to deliver online course content, with access to video sessions, assignments, discussion forums, and assessments. Students are also given free access to Office 365 ProPlus, which includes the latest versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Outlook, and more. An IT Helpdesk is available online, and online tutoring support is available 24/7.

  8. Rank
    7
    School

    Cedar Crest College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    9/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    59.91%
    Retention
    Rate
    66.9%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    58.8%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    22.56%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    7.30%
    +
    Tuition
    $486 per credit hour online
    Address
    100 College Drive
    Allentown, PA 18104-6196
    (610) 606-4666
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Cedar Crest College’s online Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program is designed for working professionals. Cedar Crest is a small, private college that provides a modernized criminal justice program, with emphasis on the origins of the field as well as on the emerging issues and developments influencing society today.

    The accredited degree is completed with one of the following elective packages:

    • Criminal Behavior and Deviance
    • Law Enforcement Management

    The criminal justice curriculum is behavior-based and prepares leaders for prevention of criminal acts. At least 30 credits are needed to earn a bachelor’s degree, and students should contact the university for specific program information. Transfer credits are accepted for coursework completed at a regionally-accredited institution in the U.S., but does not apply to any Applied Associate degree. Credit may also be earned for life and work experience.

    Online Experience

    Online courses are offered through Cedar Crest Online, which includes a free mobile app. Students have access to video lectures, assignments, and forums that allow them to interact with instructors and peers in real-time. IT help is available through online tutorials, and a helpdesk can be contacted via email or phone.

  9. Rank
    8
    School

    DeSales University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    70.33%
    Retention
    Rate
    85.09%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    75.8%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    20.92%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    3.10%
    +
    Tuition
    $459 per credit hour online
    Address
    2755 Station Avenue
    Center Valley, PA 18034-9568
    (610) 282-1100
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    According to DeSales University, their online degree in criminal justice is “so flexible, it should be criminal.” DeSales is private Catholic university accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

    The Criminal Justice program consists of 40 courses that earn students the 120 credits required for graduation. DeSales accepts up to 75 transfer credits for previous academic coursework and professional experience. Required classes include:

    • Major-oriented subjects, such as Criminology, Corrections, and Sociology
    • Models of Thinking
    • Cultural Literacy
    • Christian Values and Theology

    Online Experience

    Online courses are delivered through the Blackboard learning environment, which has replaced the ANGEL learning management system. Through Blackboard, students have access to course content and videos, an interactive discussion board, and an assignment tracking tool. Students enrolled in distance education are required to use an assigned DeSales University email, and they may take synchronous and asynchronous classes.

  10. Rank
    9
    School

    Drexel University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    69.51%
    Retention
    Rate
    86.44%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    81.5%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    8.49%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    92%
    Default
    Rate
    3.50%
    +
    Tuition
    $457 per credit hour online
    Address
    3141 Chestnut St
    Philadelphia, PA 19104
    (215) 895-2000
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Drexel University offers an accredited online Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Justice Studies. The degree is supported by a liberal arts foundation and offers in-depth coursework critical to 21st-century law enforcement, including classes in:

    • Criminal Procedure
    • Race, Crime, and Justice
    • Sentencing: The History, Necessity and Morality of Punishment in America

    The program, which is only available on a part-time basis, is fully online and can be completed at a student’s own pace. Students must earn 183 credits to graduate. Admissions requires a minimum of 24 previous college credits, and students can transfer up to 90 credits from an accredited school. Drexel is military-friendly and is part of the Yellow Ribbon Program; eligible veterans are able to receive a tuition-free education through this program.

    Online Experience

    Drexel uses the Blackboard learning management system to deliver online courses. Through this platform, students can access video lectures, discussion boards, wikis, blog pages, and course materials at anytime. Drexel offers students a comprehensive list of learning tutorials for most of Blackboard’s features, and additional IT support is available via email.

  11. Rank
    10
    School

    Monroe College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    56.96%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.61%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    44.04%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    68.4%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    69%
    Default
    Rate
    10.70%
    +
    Tuition
    $552 per credit hour online
    Address
    2501 Jerome Avenue
    Bronx, NY 10468
    (718) 933-6700
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    The accredited Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree at Monroe College is offered online. The program covers modern issues in the criminal justice system, and students have opportunities to participate in fieldwork at an approved facility. Graduates are prepared for a number of careers, including but not limited to:

    • Policeman
    • FBI Agent
    • Security Manager
    • Corrections Officer
    • Criminal Court Officer
    • Detention Facility Coordinator

    Students are required to complete 120 credits, composed of major-related coursework and general education classes, to earn their degree. The program is designed to be completed within four years.

    Online Experience

    Monroe College uses the Blackboard learning management system to deliver online courses, which are designed to be in sync with those offered on campus. Students have access to course materials and activities, discussion boards, live chat sessions, and assignments through this platform. Instructors are available for additional interaction during set office hours, while online students have 24/7 access to one-on-one assistance in Monroe’s on-campus Learning Resource Centers. Distance learners may also use the college’s online tutoring services.

Additional Schools

  1. Rank
    11
    School

    Aurora University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    57.6%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.45%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    75.95%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    33.54%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    6%
  2. Rank
    12
    School

    New England Institute of Technology

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    51.1%
    Retention
    Rate
    N/A
    Acceptance
    Rate
    N/A
    Enrollment
    Rate
    N/A
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    45%
    Default
    Rate
    2.10%
  3. Rank
    13
    School

    Greenville College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    50.49%
    Retention
    Rate
    72.9%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    65.7%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    24.47%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    6.70%
  4. Rank
    14
    School

    King University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    51.65%
    Retention
    Rate
    68.69%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    63.77%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    35.29%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    81%
    Default
    Rate
    5.50%
  5. Rank
    15
    School

    Rosemont College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    45.59%
    Retention
    Rate
    70.67%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    58.38%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.92%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    7.2%
  6. Rank
    16
    School

    University of Louisville

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    53.43%
    Retention
    Rate
    77.88%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    71.12%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    43.83%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    58%
    Default
    Rate
    9.60%
  7. Rank
    17
    School

    Concordia University - Saint Paul

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    16/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    46.27%
    Retention
    Rate
    72.78%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    52.39%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    40.31%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  8. Rank
    18
    School

    Barton College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    48.39%
    Retention
    Rate
    68.66%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    41.77%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    17.71%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    9.20%
  9. Rank
    19
    School

    Buena Vista University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    52.65%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.3%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    69.55%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    27.45%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    7.80%
  10. Rank
    20
    School

    Gardner-Webb University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    56.9%
    Retention
    Rate
    71.81%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    48.17%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    16.48%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    95%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  11. Rank
    21
    School

    St. Edward's University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    69.52%
    Retention
    Rate
    82.63%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    78.53%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    27.27%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    85%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  12. Rank
    22
    School

    Loyola University Chicago

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    71.01%
    Retention
    Rate
    85.41%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    91.4%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    19.14%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    95%
    Default
    Rate
    4.60%
  13. Rank
    23
    School

    Keiser University-Ft Lauderdale

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    57%
    Retention
    Rate
    74%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    93%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    85%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    67%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  14. Rank
    24
    School

    Hampton University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    67.51%
    Retention
    Rate
    75.54%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    36.05%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.16%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    45%
    Default
    Rate
    9.70%
  15. Rank
    25
    School

    Crown College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    17/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.63%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.59%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    55%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    36.4%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    95%
    Default
    Rate
    6.10%
  16. Rank
    26
    School

    Roger Williams University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    62.55%
    Retention
    Rate
    83.05%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    80.98%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    15.11%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    90%
    Default
    Rate
    2.90%
  17. Rank
    27
    School

    Aspen University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    N/A
    Retention
    Rate
    100%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    N/A
    Enrollment
    Rate
    N/A
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    N/A
    Default
    Rate
    3%
  18. Rank
    28
    School

    Olivet Nazarene University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    16/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    57.24%
    Retention
    Rate
    75.41%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    81.96%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    24.7%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    4.70%
  19. Rank
    29
    School

    Midland University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    8/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    49.3%
    Retention
    Rate
    61.71%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    68.32%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    32.05%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    7.90%
  20. Rank
    30
    School

    Anderson University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    16/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    41.38%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.4%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    65.02%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    35.25%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    4.30%
  21. Rank
    30
    School

    Robert Morris University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.87%
    Retention
    Rate
    80.54%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    80.51%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    21.79%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    96%
    Default
    Rate
    4.90%
  22. Rank
    32
    School

    La Roche College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    45.58%
    Retention
    Rate
    71.9%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    55.65%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    27.66%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    77%
    Default
    Rate
    6.50%
  23. Rank
    33
    School

    Chestnut Hill College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    41.88%
    Retention
    Rate
    72.38%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    57.85%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.15%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    7.60%
  24. Rank
    34
    School

    Western Carolina University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    16/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    51.08%
    Retention
    Rate
    78.65%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    37.66%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    27.16%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    70%
    Default
    Rate
    8.10%
  25. Rank
    35
    School

    University of Central Florida

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    31/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    67.24%
    Retention
    Rate
    87.11%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    48.94%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    38.97%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    45%
    Default
    Rate
    5.40%
  26. Rank
    36
    School

    Cumberland University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    37.14%
    Retention
    Rate
    63.68%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    47.3%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    56.38%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    8.40%
  27. Rank
    37
    School

    Liberty University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    50.17%
    Retention
    Rate
    68.51%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    21.65%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    45.07%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    80%
    Default
    Rate
    7.90%
  28. Rank
    38
    School

    University of South Carolina - Columbia

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    72.68%
    Retention
    Rate
    87.38%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    60.6%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    32.57%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    63%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  29. Rank
    39
    School

    Washington State University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    65.48%
    Retention
    Rate
    79.77%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    82.08%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    34.07%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    49%
    Default
    Rate
    4%
  30. Rank
    40
    School

    St. John’s University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    17/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.7%
    Retention
    Rate
    79.62%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    53.16%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    10.17%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  31. Rank
    41
    School

    Texas A&M University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    23/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    79.08%
    Retention
    Rate
    91.43%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    69.47%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    46.97%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    58%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  32. Rank
    42
    School

    California Baptist University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    58.08%
    Retention
    Rate
    76.83%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    78.8%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    32.71%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    6.70%
  33. Rank
    43
    School

    Pennsylvania State University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    17/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    84.84%
    Retention
    Rate
    92.36%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    54.2%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    29.68%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    32%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  34. Rank
    44
    School

    Indiana Wesleyan University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    65.5%
    Retention
    Rate
    77.76%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    95.15%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    43.89%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    42%
    Default
    Rate
    6.10%
  35. Rank
    45
    School

    Point Park University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    49.78%
    Retention
    Rate
    75.58%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    73.93%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    22.9%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    11.20%
  36. Rank
    46
    School

    Muskingum University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    47.91%
    Retention
    Rate
    68.32%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    75.96%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    26.64%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    6.60%
  37. Rank
    47
    School

    Texas Wesleyan University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    41.23%
    Retention
    Rate
    70.5%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    29.92%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    27.35%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    8.40%
  38. Rank
    48
    School

    Buffalo State SUNY

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    48.92%
    Retention
    Rate
    75.32%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    48.53%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    24.24%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    68%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  39. Rank
    49
    School

    University of Oklahoma

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    66.29%
    Retention
    Rate
    83.95%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    80.44%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    45.83%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    57%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  40. Rank
    50
    School

    Central Christian College of Kansas

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    50%
    Retention
    Rate
    62.61%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    50.45%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    39.22%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    68%
    Default
    Rate
    9.60%

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