Schools around the country that offer online bachelors degree in sociology programs charge an average tuition of $10,534 per year. There has been a 19.4% increase in the average tuition over the past few years. In 2007, the average tuition at these online schools was $8,822 per year.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at colleges offering online sociology programs at the bachelors level from least to most affordable:
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At the high end, schools with online bachelors degree in sociology programs charge students more than $16,500 in tuition each year. But, the cheapest colleges charge yearly tuition costs in the range of $970 to $3,696. The most inexpensive accredited online sociology bachelors degree schools are located in Colorado, Kansas, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Texas.
- BA in Sociology
- Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in Sociology
- Bachelor in Sociology
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology – Counseling Services
- Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences – Sociology
- Bachelor of Science in Sociology
- B.S. in Sociology
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
- Bachelor in Social Sciences – Sociology
A reported 14% of sociology graduates with bachelors degrees from online schools around the US graduated from these affordable programs in 2011. This represents 60,325 of the 443,349 graduates in the nation. From 2006 to 2011, the percentage of sociology graduates with bachelors degrees from the most inexpensive online colleges has decreased. However, the number of graduates has increased by 13,345 graduates per annum.
Other somewhat more expensive cost online sociology bachelors degree colleges charge students tuition ranging from $4,070 to $7,560 annually. Of the 29 online colleges and universities that have bachelors degrees in sociology programs in the nation, 7 have tuition in this range.
A reported 22.5% of the nation’s sociology bachelors level graduates earned their degrees and certificates from these affordable online programs in 2011. This represents 99,927 students. In 2006, which was just 5 years earlier, the number of graduates from these schools was only 94,361 students. Thus, from these low tuition online colleges and universities, the number of graduates has increased by 6%.
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