Lindenwood degree programs rank highly

Lindenwood's gifted and talented education program was ranked 11 in the country by OnlineMasters, a website that ranks master's degree programs.
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Lindenwood’s degree programs for multimedia design, gifted and talented education and human resources were recognized as some of the best in the country by three organizations.

TheBestSchools, an online search engine that helps students pick the right school, ranked the online degree program for multimedia design as number one in the category “the best online bachelor’s in game design degree programs” in 2018.

In the multimedia design program, students gain hands-on experience and complete an internship, a portfolio and a capstone.

Earlier this year, OnlineMasters, which ranks master’s degree programs in the country, ranked Lindenwood’s gifted and talented education degree as number 11 in the country.

This degree program is also online, and in order to be admitted into the program, students must have two years of teaching experience.

Study, a website for students and educators that provides study materials, ranked the human resource program as 28 out of 50 around the country.

The HR program aligns with the Society for Human Resource Management guidelines, and while in the program, according to Study, students will have small class sizes and the chance to work with faculty who have experience in HR.

All of the ranking mentioned can be found in the above paragraphs or by clicking here.

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