Colleges and universities across the nation that offer online instructional technology programs charge a median tuition of $5,692 per year. The median tuition has increased, in recent years, by 9.9%. The yearly median tuition was $5,177 at these online colleges in 2007.
The tuition range for online instructional technology colleges is displayed in the following graph. Tuition is shown from the highest to lowest cost colleges and universities.
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Tuition of more than $11,088 annually is charged by the most expensive colleges and universities offering online instructional technology programs. The cheapest colleges, on the other hand, charge yearly tuition costs in the range of $1,714 to $3,608. The least costly accredited online instructional technology schools are located in Florida, Kansas, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Texas.
- Master of Education in Instructional Technology – Technology Applications
- Bachelor of Science in Instructional Technology
- Master of Education in Instructional Technology – Technology Leadership
- Doctor of Education in Instructional Technology and Distance Education – Brain Based Leadership
- Doctor of Education in Instructional Technology and Distance Education – Adult Education
- Master of Science in Instructional Technology – Technical Support of Instructional Technologies
- Doctor of Education in Instructional Technology and Distance Education – Community College Leadership
- Master of Science in Instructional Technology Specialist
- Master of Science in Education in Instructional Technology – Technology Specialist
- Doctor of Education in Instructional Technology and Distance Education – Applied Behavior Analysis
In 2011, of all instructional technology graduates from online colleges and universities in the nation, roughly 17% earned credentials from these reasonably priced programs. Therefore, of the 297,142 graduates from around the US, 49,387 are from the most inexpensive schools. From 2006 to 2011, the percentage of instructional technology graduates from the most inexpensive online colleges has increased. Also, the number of graduates has increased by 17,084 graduates per annum.
Other somewhat more costly online instructional technology colleges and universities charge a yearly tuition in the range of $3,696 to $5,580. Approximately 5 of the 20 online schools offering instructional technology programs in the US charge tuition in this range.
A reported 22.8%, or 67,783 of the nation’s instructional technology graduates earned their degrees and certificates from these affordable online programs in 2011. The number of students graduating from these schools was only 40,566 students in 2006, which was just 5 years prior. Therefore, from these cheap online colleges and universities, the number of students graduating has increased by 67%.
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