Online liberal arts and general studies degrees ranked nationally has named the IU School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) one of the top 25 online degree programs in the nation.

The School of Liberal Arts is ranked 14th, earning recognition for working with all IU campuses to offer quality online courses, including STEM courses, and making room in the program for internships and capstone projects. specifically noted the value of the online general studies bachelor’s degree, calling it “a highly individualized program that gives students the agency and opportunity to actively design their own academic experience. In fact, this is probably the most versatile degree on our list in terms of its breadth of concentrations, electives, and specializations.”

IUPUI was one of the few ranked schools that offers scholarships to online students, the website reported.

The average college graduate earns $51K annually, $13K more than an employee with no degree. Online courses are perfect for those wanting to add a degree while also managing careers and families. Students can take courses designed and taught by the same professors who teach the courses on campus, and can study each lesson when it fits into their schedule instead of attending weekly class meetings. made its selections based on “academic reputation, student satisfaction, affordability, and average annual salary of graduates from online liberal arts schools across the country to create a definitive ranking of the nation’s twenty-five best.”