Top-Ranked Masters Degree Programs in Midwestern U.S.
Top-ranked Master's degree programs at universities in the Midwestern U.S., ranked by U.S. News & World Report as Regional Universities - Midwest, offer a wide variety of master's programs to their graduates. However, most do not offer doctoral degree programs. Let U.S. News University Directory help you find the best master's degree program for you.
Founded in 1966, Bellevue University is a private institution that started providing online education in 1996. The school offers distance learning courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Additional resources available to Bellevue University's online students include the BRUIN online resource center, an online learning guide and much more.
A private Catholic institution founded in 1923, St. Mary rests on 25 urban acres in the heart of Omaha, Nebraska. The college is dedicated to the education of women, and offers 30 programs of study, from education to nursing, psychology to forensics. While St. Mary is committed to undergraduate education, graduate programs in education, health, and leadership are also available.
Founded in 1851, Columbia College has a diverse student body and resides on 30 acres in the heart of Columbia, Missouri – about two hours from St. Louis or Kansas City. Priding itself on small classes, experienced faculty and quality programs, the college offers over 600 classes. Nationwide campuses also serve working adults, including military, through evening and over 20 online classes.