Find a Cheap Online College
Schools around the country offering online government programs charge students a median tuition of $16,792 per year. In recent years, the median tuition has increased. This change in tuition was around 16.7%. The yearly median tuition was $14,385 at these online colleges in 2007.
The tuition range for online government colleges from highest to lowest cost is displayed in the following graph:
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Tuition of more than $30,016 per year is charged by the most expensive online government colleges. On the other end of the spectrum, annual tuition in the range of $2,952 to $7,309 is charged by the cheapest schools. The accredited online government schools that are the least costly are located in Colorado, Nebraska, and Virginia.
- Bachelor of Arts in History – Political Science and Government
- Associate of Science in General Studies – Government
- Associate of Arts in General Studies – Government
- Bachelor of Arts in Government
- Bachelor of Arts in Social and Criminal Justice – Political Science and Government
- Bachelor of Arts in English – Government
- BA/Social and Criminal Justice – Political Science and Government
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology – Political Science and Government
- Master of Public Administration – Government Administration
- Bachelor of Science in Government Contract Management – Accounting
These cheap programs graduated an estimated 16% of government graduates from online schools around the US in 2011. This represents 47,346 of the 298,282 graduates in the nation. From 2006 to 2011, the number of government graduates from the least costly online colleges and universities has increased by 5,161 graduates each year. Also, the percentage of graduates from these colleges and universities has increased.
Other somewhat more costly online government colleges and universities charge a yearly tuition in the range of $7,560 to $11,880. Tuition in this range is charged by 4 of the 15 online colleges that offer government programs in the country.
In 2011, 21.3%, or 63,553 of the country’s government graduates received their certificates from these cheap online programs. The number of students graduating from these colleges was as much as 76,680 students in 2006, which was only 5 years prior. Thus, the number of graduates from these low tuition online colleges has decreased by 17%.
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|1. Adams State College||Alamosa, Colorado||$2,952||$12,912|
|2. University of Nebraska||Omaha, Nebraska||$5,423||$15,983|
|3. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||Blacksburg, Virginia||$7,309||$20,498|
|4. Western Kentucky University||Bowling Green, Kentucky||$7,560||$18,840|
|5. Rutgers University||New Brunswick, New Jersey||$9,926||$21,388|
|6. Rutgers University||Newark, New Jersey||$9,926||$21,388|
|7. Regent University||Virginia Beach, Virginia||$11,880||$11,880|
|8. Liberty University||Lynchburg, Virginia||$16,792||$16,792|
|9. Webster University||St. Louis, Missouri||$21,688||$21,688|
|10. Norwich University||Northfield, Vermont||$27,256||$27,256|
|11. New England College||Henniker, New Hampshire||$28,804||$28,804|
|12. Hamline University||St. Paul, Minnesota||$30,016||$30,016|
|13. Villanova University||Villanova, Pennsylvania||$39,350||$39,350|
|14. University of Southern California||Los Angeles, California||$40,384||$40,384|
|15. George Washington University||Washington, Washington DC||$42,860||$42,860|