Only 3 online associates degree in merchandising schools exist in the country. An average tuition of $16,422 annually is charged by these colleges and universities. The average tuition has increased by 14.3% in recent years. The annual average tuition at these online schools in 2007 was $14,369.
The costliest college that offers online associates degree in merchandising programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of a reported $26,112. But, annual tuition at the cheapest college is $3,714.
- Associate of Arts in Retail Merchandising – Store Operations
- Associate of Arts and Science in Fashion Merchandising
- Associate of Arts in Retail Merchandising – Management
- Associate of Science in Fashion Merchandising
- Associate of Arts in Retail Merchandising – Personnel
- Associate of Arts and Science in Fashion Merchandising Management
In 2011, of all merchandising graduates with associates degrees from online colleges and universities in the country, an estimated 53% earned credentials from these most inexpensive programs at FIT. Therefore, of the 34,628 graduates in the US, 18,209 are from the most inexpensive colleges and universities. From 2006 to 2011, the number of merchandising graduates with associates degrees from the least costly programs at FIT has increased by 2,882 graduates per annum. Also, the percentage of graduates from these colleges has increased.
In 2011, 7.3% of the country’s merchandising associates level graduates received their certificates from these affordable online programs at International Academy of Design and Technology. This represents 2,526 students. A short 5 years prior, in 2006, as much as 2,708 students earned credentials from these colleges and universities. Thus, the number of graduates from these low tuition online programs at IADT has increased by 7%.
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