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UTPB ranked second in the nation for online special education course.

UTPB ranked second in the nation for online special education course.

UTPB ranked second in the nation for online special education course.

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Top Education Universities in America just ranked The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) as having one
of the top two best online Master’s in Special Education programs in the Nation.  The ranking considered tuition, relevancy of curriculum, and student-to-faculty ratio. UTPB was ranked Number Two, right behind Minot State University in North Dakota.

The Top Education University Editors noted that UTPB’s program is “one of the best online Master’s in Special Education degree
programs in the country.”  West Texas A&M in Canyon, Texas ranked third; and University of Houston ranked fifteenth.

Points: 26
Enrollment: 6,673
Tuition: $5,496
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin is a surprisingly affordable member of the prestigious University of Texas system. With a student to faculty ratio of 20:1, their online Master of Arts in Special Education is a 36-credit-hour program that includes coursework in educational psychology and characteristics of autism spectrum disorders. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin ranked #6 in US News and World Report’s Student Services and Technology category of Online Graduate Education Programs. They are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges.

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