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An average tuition of $11,053 annually is charged by colleges in the US offering online bachelors degree in music education programs. In recent years, there has been a 16.3% increase in the average tuition. At these online colleges the average tuition annually in 2007 was $9,505.
The range of tuition at colleges offering online music education programs at the bachelors level from most to least expensive is shown in the following chart:
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A yearly tuition of over $15,950 is charged by the costliest schools that have online bachelors degree in music education programs. On the other end of the spectrum, yearly tuition at the cheapest colleges is in the range of $3,874 to $4,128. Idaho, Montana, and New Mexico are home to the least costly accredited online music education bachelors degree schools.
- Bachelor in Music Education
- Bachelor in Music Education – All Levels – Choral
- Bachelor in Music Education – All Levels – Piano
- Bachelor in Music Education – All Levels – Instrumental
In 2011, of all music education graduates with bachelors degrees from online colleges and universities in the nation, roughly 17% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. Therefore, of the 224,219 graduates in the nation, 38,282 are from the least costly colleges and universities. Between 2006 and 2011, the percentage of music education graduates with bachelors degrees from the lowest cost online colleges has decreased, while the number of graduates has increased by 28,206 graduates yearly.
Yearly tuition in the range of $5,124 to $7,008 is charged by other somewhat more costly online music education bachelors degree colleges. Tuition in this range is charged by 4 of the 15 online colleges that offer bachelors degrees in music education programs in the country.
Approximately 101,605 students earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. This is 45% of the nation’s music education bachelors level graduates. Only 64,059 students graduated from these colleges, only 5 years earlier, in 2006. Thus, from these low tuition online colleges and universities, the number of graduates has increased by 59%.
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|1. University of Idaho||Moscow, Idaho||$3,874||$11,592|
|2. University of Montana||Missoula, Montana||$3,966||$17,590|
|3. New Mexico State University||Las Cruces, New Mexico||$4,128||$15,408|
|4. University of South Florida||Tampa, Florida||$5,124||$15,933|
|5. University of Southern Mississippi||Hattiesburg, Mississippi||$5,452||$13,408|
|6. University of Nebraska||Lincoln, Nebraska||$5,948||$17,648|
|7. Auburn University||Auburn, Alabama||$7,008||$21,024|
|8. University of Kentucky||Lexington, Kentucky||$7,656||$16,724|
|9. Kent State University||Kent, Ohio||$9,030||$16,990|
|10. Ohio University||Athens, Ohio||$9,603||$18,567|
|11. Southwestern Assemblies of God University||Waxahachie, Texas||$13,950||$13,950|
|12. Evangel University||Springfield, Missouri||$15,950||$15,950|
|13. Anderson University||Anderson, South Carolina||$18,500||$18,500|
|14. Concordia University||St. Paul, Minnesota||$27,400||$27,400|
|15. Gordon College||Wenham, Massachusetts||$28,210||$28,210|