Regent University's bachelor degree program has been ranked No. 10 out of 860 programs listed by The U.S. News and World Report.
The bachelor degree program was evaluated on faculty credentials and training, student engagement and assessment practices, and student services and technology.
"Receiving a top 10 national ranking among online universities from U.S. News & World Report helps quantify our commitment to educational excellence," Regent President Dr. Carlos Campo said.
Regent's online MBA degree program also tied for first in the nation for faculty credentials and training, and was ranked in the top third overall. The school's online master's in education program was the highest ranked Virginia school, at No. 43.
"Our goal at Regent is to deliver the highest quality, top-ranked, best-value Christian education possible," Campo said.
"This top 10 national ranking provides objective evidence that we are delivering on this promise," Dr. Gerson Moreno-Riano, dean of Regent's College of Arts & Sciences, said. "We are grateful to have reached this milestone and look forward to continuing to educate tomorrow's leaders on our campus or online."