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Bang for Your Buck: Three UH Engineering Online Master’s Programs Ranked Among Top in Nation for Return on Investment

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Rashda Khan
UH civil engineering program makes the 2019 Best Online Colleges list.
UH civil engineering program makes the 2019 Best Online Colleges list.
UH electrical engineering program makes the 2019 Best Online Colleges list.
UH electrical engineering program makes the 2019 Best Online Colleges list.

Three online master’s programs in the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering were recognized for providing high return on investment and best value in the 2019 Best Online Colleges rankings released by SR Education Group.

The recently released rankings put the online M.S. degree in civil engineering at No. 5, electrical engineering at No .11 and mechanical engineering at No. 19.

Several other University of Houston distance learning programs were also recognized as providing students the best bang for their bucks. The other UH program rankings are available here: UH Rankings

SR Education Group, an education research publisher focused on providing authoritative online resources for students, created the Best Online Colleges list. The rankings are based on two factors: salary potential and tuition rates. The SR Group analyzed accredited online schools across the nation – taking into account average mid-career salary data and annual tuition rates – to select the schools that offer the best value to their students.

The full lists are available at:

https://www.guidetoonlineschools.com/degrees/electrical-engineering#best-value-masters

https://www.guidetoonlineschools.com/degrees/civil-engineering#best-value-masters

https://www.guidetoonlineschools.com/degrees/mechanical-engineering#best-value-masters

To learn more about the online programs offered by the Cullen College, visit:

http://onlinelearning.egr.uh.edu/programs

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