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The average tuition charged by colleges in the US offering online associates degree in allied health programs is $13,406 yearly. The average tuition has increased, in recent years, by 13.8%. The per annum average tuition was $11,775 at these online colleges and universities in 2007.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at colleges offering online allied health programs at the associates level from least to most affordable:
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The most expensive colleges that offer online associates degree in allied health programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of over $15,285. However, tuition ranging from $5,804 to $9,504 per year is charged by the cheapest colleges. The accredited online allied health associates degree schools that are the least expensive are located in North Carolina, Oregon, and Pennsylvania.
- Associate of Science in Allied Health
- Associate of Science in Allied Health Science
- Associate of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration
- Health Sciences Associate (Pharmacy Technician)
- Associate of Science in Medical Assisting (ASMA)
- Health Services Administration, AA (Online)
- Associate of Arts in Psychology
- A.S. in Health Sciences
- Medical Assisting, AS
- Associate of Arts in Applied Psychology
In 2011, these low tuition programs graduated approximately 10% of allied health graduates with associates degrees from online colleges and universities in the nation. This represents 8,906 of the 93,927 graduates from around the US. From 2006 to 2011, the number of allied health graduates with associates degrees from the least costly online colleges has increased by 1,037 graduates per annum. However, the percentage of graduates from these colleges has decreased.
Other somewhat more expensive cost online allied health associates degree colleges charge students tuition ranging from $9,612 to $13,100 per annum. A reported 3 of the 12 online schools with associates degrees in allied health programs in the US charge tuition in this range.
In 2011, 22.7% of the country’s allied health associates level graduates received their certificates from these cheap online programs. This represents 21,282 students. The number of students graduating from these colleges and universities was only 2,314 students in 2006, which was a short 5 years prior.
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|1. Clarion University of Pennsylvania||Clarion, Pennsylvania||$5,804||$11,608|
|2. Oregon Institute of Technology||Klamath Falls, Oregon||$5,850||$18,990|
|3. Miller-Motte College||Cary, North Carolina||$9,504||$9,504|
|4. Miller-Motte Technical College||Clarksville, Tennessee||$9,612||$9,612|
|5. Miller-Motte College||Wilmington, North Carolina||$12,720||$12,720|
|6. ECPI University||Virginia Beach, Virginia||$13,100||$13,100|
|7. Miller-Motte Technical College||North Charleston, South Carolina||$13,200||$13,200|
|8. Keiser University||Fort Lauderdale, Florida||$13,376||$13,376|
|9. Rasmussen College||St. Cloud, Minnesota||$15,120||$15,120|
|10. South University||Savannah, Georgia||$15,285||$15,285|
|11. Virginia College||Birmingham, Alabama||$16,400||$16,400|
|12. Drexel University||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||$30,900||$30,900|