BYU-Hawaii Ranking Profile

Brigham Young University–Hawaii (BYU-Hawaii) is a private undergraduate co-educational university in the United States. The University is affiliated with the LDS Church and is named after religious leader and politician Brigham Young.

Brigham Young University–Hawaii is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and College.

The College of Human Development houses the Departments of Education, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Social Work, and Religion. The Departments of Education and TESOL are accredited and provide students with the opportunity to become certified or licensed teachers in the nation and worldwide. The Social Work Department, accredited by the national Council on Social Work Education since 1978, prepares students for entry level positions as generalist social work practitioners.

Ranking Profile:

- BYU-Hawaii is placed among Tier 2 National Liberal Arts Colleges by US News & World Report (2011).

- The Consumers Digest Magazine named BYU-Hawaii as the number one "top value" among private colleges and universities in the U.S. Consumers Digest reported the ranking in its Special Section: 2007 College Road Maps — Making the Right Choices, after surveying approximately 3,800 universities and colleges across the country. The University previously received the same designation in 2004.

- US News & World Report consistently ranks BYU-Hawaii among the top comprehensive small universities in the western United States. In addition, the university has been ranked No. 1 in the percentage of international students and No. 1 in selectivity making this one of the most competitive 4-year schools in the US.

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