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Four Florida State University online graduate programs are ranked in the Top 25 nationally for educating veterans, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2015 Best Online Programs for Veterans rankings.

"A rewarding academic experience for our student-veterans and active duty students is fundamental at Florida State," said Billy Francis, director of FSU's Student Veterans Center. "The university's robust online graduate degree programs help propel these students to reach their academic goals and continue to contribute to our nation's prosperity."

Florida State's online graduate programs in education, criminal justice, information technology and business earned national recognition for providing veterans with high-quality, flexible online education options.

"The Office of Distance Learning is proud to serve veterans as well as our active duty military personnel who wish to pursue Florida State degrees at a distance," said Susann Rudasill, director at the Office of Distance Learning at FSU. "In fact, more than half of the veterans currently enrolled at FSU have chosen to take advantage of online study. These rankings reflect the continuing dedication of the university in providing whatever resources are needed to serve our active duty military and student-veterans."

The College of Education's online graduate program ranks No. 2 in the nation for veterans. The program currently offers degrees in educational leadership/administration, instructional systems and learning technologies and special education studies.