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The average tuition charged by schools around the country that have online family studies programs is $8,575 yearly. The average tuition has increased by 30.8% in recent years. The per annum average tuition at these onlinecolleges and universities in 2007 was $6,558.
The following graph shows the range of tuition at online family studies colleges from most to least expensive:
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A yearly tuition of over $14,412 is charged by the costliest schools that offer online family studies programs. On the other hand, tuition charged by the cheapest schools ranges from $3,243 to $4,032 yearly. The least expensive accredited online family studies schools are located in North Carolina and Texas.
- Associate of Science in Human Development and Family Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies
- Master of Art in Human Development and Family Studies – Gerontology
- Master of Arts in Family Studies
- Master of Art in Human Development and Family Studies – Youth Development
- Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies – Early Care and Education
- Bachelor of Arts in Family and Consumer Sciences – Family Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Family Studies
- Doctor of Ministry in Congregation and Family Care – Marriage and Family Studies
- PhD in Human Services – Family Studies and Intervention Strategies
In 2011, of all family studies graduates from online colleges and universities in the nation, roughly 11% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. This represents 30,496 of the 278,580 graduates from around the US. From 2006 to 2011, the number of family studies graduates from the least costly online colleges and universities has increased by 4,356 graduates each year. However, the percentage of graduates from these colleges and universities has decreased.
Other somewhat more expensive online family studies schools charge students tuition ranging from $5,256 to $6,672 per annum. Of the 11 online colleges and universities that have family studies programs in the nation, 3 have tuition in this range.
In 2011, 47,740 students received their credentials from these reasonably priced online programs. This represents 17% of the country’s family studies graduates. In 2006, which was just 5 years earlier, as much as 65,982 students graduated from these schools. Therefore, from these reasonably priced online colleges and universities, the number of students graduating has decreased by 28%.
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|1. University of North Carolina||Greensboro, North Carolina||$3,243||$15,004|
|2. Texas Woman’s University||Denton, Texas||$4,032||$11,472|
|3. Colorado State University||Fort Collins, Colorado||$5,256||$21,366|
|4. University of Wisconsin||Menomonie, Wisconsin||$6,302||$14,048|
|5. Kansas State University||Manhattan, Kansas||$6,672||$17,700|
|6. University of Missouri||Columbia, Missouri||$7,368||$19,383|
|7. Western Kentucky University||Bowling Green, Kentucky||$7,560||$18,840|
|8. Arizona State University||Tempe, Arizona||$7,793||$20,257|
|9. Pennsylvania State University||University Park, Pennsylvania||$14,412||$26,276|
|10. Lubbock Christian University||Lubbock, Texas||$14,900||$14,900|
|11. Liberty University||Lynchburg, Virginia||$16,792||$16,792|