Schools around the country that offer online masters degree in mental health counseling programs charge a median tuition of $16,500 per year. The median tuition has decreased, over the past few years, by 2.4%. The per annum median tuition was $16,900 at these online colleges and universities in 2007.
Below, the chart displays the tuition range for colleges offering online mental health counseling programs at the masters level from highest to lowest cost:
|Tuition Level||Number of Schools|
Tuition of more than $16,500 per year is charged by the most expensive online masters degree in mental health counseling colleges. On the other end of the spectrum, per annum tuition at the cheapest colleges and universities is in the range of $1,714 to $14,500. The least costly accredited online mental health counseling masters degree schools are located in Massachusetts and New Mexico.
- Master of Science in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Science in Education in Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Hybrid
- Master of Science in Counseling – Mental Health Counseling
- MSEd: Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- M.S. in Human Services / Clinical Counseling
- M.S. in Human Services – Alcohol and Drug Counseling
- M.S. in Addiction Counseling
Of all mental health counseling graduates with masters degrees from online colleges across the country, approximately 17% graduated from these low tuition programs in 2011. Therefore, of the 82,664 graduates in the nation, 13,780 are from the least costly colleges and universities. From 2006 to 2011, the number of mental health counseling graduates with masters degrees from the least costly online colleges and universities has decreased by 8,991 graduates each year. Also, the percentage of graduates from these colleges and universities has decreased.
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