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An average tuition of $20,162 annually is charged by schools around the country offering online masters degree in financial planning programs. The average tuition has increased in recent years. This change in tuition was around 11.5%. In 2007, the average tuition at these online colleges was $18,080 each year.
Below, the chart displays the tuition range for colleges offering online financial planning programs at the masters level from most to least costly:
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The most expensive colleges that offer online masters degree in financial planning programs require students to pay a yearly tuition of over $31,734. The cheapest schools, however, have annual tuition costs ranging from $4,103 to $7,900. The most inexpensive accredited online financial planning masters degree schools are located in Alabama, Oklahoma, and Texas.
- Master of Science in Family Financial Planning
- Master of Applied Science in Personal Financial Planning
- Master of Science in Personal Financial Planning
- Master of Family and Consumer Sciences – Family Financial Planning
- Master of Science in Consumer Sciences – Family Financial Planning
- Master of Science in Human Sciences – Family Financial Planning
- Master of Science in Accounting – Personal Financial Planning
- Master of Science in Financial Planning
- Master of Science in Finance – Financial Planning
- Master of Business Administration in Financial Planning
Of all financial planning graduates with masters degrees from online colleges across the country, a reported 25% graduated from these affordable programs in 2011. Therefore, of the 234,698 graduates in the nation, 58,333 are from the most inexpensive colleges and universities. From 2006 to 2011, the percentage of financial planning graduates with masters degrees from the most inexpensive online schools has decreased. However, the number of graduates has increased by 7,670 graduates per year.
Tuition ranging from $11,544 to $14,766 per year is charged by other somewhat more expensive online financial planning masters degree colleges. Of the 15 online colleges and universities offering masters degrees in financial planning programs in the nation, 4 charge tuition in this range.
In 2011, 66,393 students received their credentials from these reasonably priced online programs. This represents 28% of the country’s financial planning masters level graduates. Just 5 years prior, in 2006, only 31,044 students earned credentials from these schools.
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|1. Oklahoma State University||Stillwater, Oklahoma||$4,103||$14,925|
|2. Texas A & M University||Commerce, Texas||$4,490||$13,790|
|3. University of Alabama||Tuscaloosa, Alabama||$7,900||$20,500|
|4. Davenport University||Grand Rapids, Michigan||$11,544||$11,544|
|5. Golden Gate University||San Francisco, California||$13,680||$13,680|
|6. City University of Seattle||Bellevue, Washington||$14,574||$14,574|
|7. DeVry University||Chicago, Illinois||$14,766||$14,766|
|8. Schiller International University||Largo, Florida||$14,940||$14,940|
|9. Cleary University||Ann Arbor, Michigan||$16,560||$16,560|
|10. Southern New Hampshire University||Manchester, New Hampshire||$26,112||$26,112|
|11. California Lutheran University||Thousand Oaks, California||$30,750||$30,750|
|12. Florida Institute of Technology||Melbourne, Florida||$31,734||$31,734|
|13. Bentley University||Waltham, Massachusetts||$35,580||$35,580|
|14. Northeastern University||Boston, Massachusetts||$36,380||$36,380|
|15. Boston University||Boston, Massachusetts||$39,314||$39,314|