Colleges and universities across the nation that offer online chemistry programs charge a median tuition of $10,850 per year. In recent years, the median tuition has increased. This change in tuition was around 18.7%. In 2007, the median tuition was $9,138 yearly at these online colleges and universities.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at online chemistry colleges from least to most affordable:
|Tuition Level||Number of Schools|
Tuition of more than $27,950 each year is charged by the most expensive colleges and universities offering online chemistry programs. But, annual tuition in the range of $990 to $3,029 is charged by the cheapest schools. Louisiana, North Carolina, and Texas are home to the least costly accredited online chemistry schools.
- Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences – Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences – Chemistry
- Master of Science in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences – Drug Chemistry
- Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Chemistry Professional
- Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Master of Science in Chemistry
- Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary – Chemistry
- Associate of Science in Liberal Arts: Mathematics and Science – Chemistry
- Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education – Chemistry
- Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Mathematics and Science Education – Chemistry
In 2011, of all chemistry graduates from online colleges and universities in the nation, roughly 17% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. This represents 23,256 of the 136,268 graduates from across the country. Between 2006 and 2011, the number of chemistry graduates from the least expensive online colleges has increased by 38,784 graduates yearly, while the percentage of graduates from these colleges has decreased.
Yearly tuition in the range of $3,530 to $5,461 is charged by other somewhat more costly online chemistry schools. Roughly 3 of the 12 online schools that have chemistry programs in the US charge tuition in this range.
Approximately 62.3%, or 84,876 of the nation’s chemistry graduates earned their degrees from these low tuition online programs in 2011. In 2006, which was only 5 years earlier, the number of graduates from these colleges was only 32,801 students.
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